A letter from a reader: A different type of class
When Princeton's Class of 2011 arrived on campus, more than one in 10 hailed from other nations, more than one-third came from minority backgrounds, and just under half were women (Notebook, Oct. 10).
What a different bunch would have walked through FitzRandolph Gate had the Concerned Alumni of Princeton in the 1970s prevailed in CAP's crusades aimed at keeping the campus mostly a white-male enclave.
In this 21st-century era of globalization, can anyone imagine such a university as CAP championed heading the U.S. News & World Report college rankings eight years in a row?
BRAD BRADFORD '44
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