Students, solidarity and university – 1927

We must bring together the great majority of our students, graduate and undergraduate, in comfortable and attractive residence halls…. Until this is done it will be impossible to achieve the social solidarity and esprit de corps which are essential to the carrying out of a well-rounded educational program,” Vice President and Dean of Facilities Frederick Woodward wrote in a 1927 report.

via The Chicago Maroon — A history of University housing.

 

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