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Article "Dining Hall System Misinterpreted?"

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Article "Dining Hall System Misinterpreted?"

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This Collegian article reports anxieties about the dining hall exchange at the University of Richmond regarding a misinterpretation of the Coordinate Education Report. The report states that “Separate dining opportunities shall be provided in each college.” However, Dr. William H. Leftwich, vice president of student affairs, says that only students with schedule conflicts that prevent them from returning to their designated college should be able to eat on opposite sides of the lake. While Leftwich is anxious to hear the recommendations from the Food Service Committee, he has received a recommendation from the Westhampton Student Affairs Committee to reserve Westhampton College’s Main Dining Hall for women students at dinner. Leftwich adds that if they were to announce that students could eat at either location at any time, he and Saga, Inc. (the food service company) would “experience complete chaos."

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"Dining Hall System Misinterpreted?" The University of Richmond Collegian 63, no. 9, (October 30, 1975): 6. https://collegian.richmond.edu/?a=d&d=COL19751030.2.27&srpos=23&e=-------en-20--21-byDA-txt-txIN-

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The Collegian, University of Richmond

Date

1975-10-30

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English

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Collegian63.9.6-19751030.JPG

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Richmond (Va.)

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“Article "Dining Hall System Misinterpreted?",” Race & Racism at the University of Richmond, accessed November 18, 2019, http://memory.richmond.edu/items/show/3416.