Calming a Campus

"Will you let me make my own decision! I've got to do what I think is right." In the midst of a campus crisis I was reluctantly finding myself in the role of a harassed college newspaper editor. So I left the conversation at the dinner table and walked rather dejectedly back to my room.

Once seated in my snug rocking chair, I began recalling the day's turmoil over the college president's controversial choice of a commencement speaker. He had invited a successful woman executive of a cosmetics company—a world which seemed out of key with both the intellectual pursuits and the feminist consciousness of this women's college.

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