Excluding the ‘untouchables’
Re the clubs: In 1948 “untouchables,” 8 percent of the junior class, I think, met as a group in one of the lecture rooms. I looked around and was not surprised that we had been excluded. But would it have hurt the acceptable people very much to have let us in?
Charles W. McCutchen ’50
CURRENT ISSUE: Apr. 6, 2011
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