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Report To The Board Of Trustees By The Interfraternity Council, University Of Maine Apr 1964

Report To The Board Of Trustees By The Interfraternity Council, University Of Maine

General University of Maine Publications

A scan of a report prepared by the Interfraternity Council at the University of Maine in 1964. The document's introduction notes, "It is now history that during the first week of January a report on fraternities by a special faculty committee was released. The Interfraternity Council, hereafter referred to as the IFC, feels that the report is a contribution to the welfare of Maine fraternities through its evaluations and recommendations; however, it also feels that the report is too negative in many areas." This document was prepared as a rebuttal to the report released in January, referred to as ...


Maine Alumnus, Volume 45, Number 6, April-May 1964, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine Apr 1964

Maine Alumnus, Volume 45, Number 6, April-May 1964, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

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Fraternities Are Here To Stay If… --- WMEB-TV Holds Open House --- Special, national insert: The Money Behind Our Colleges


Report To The Board Of Trustees By The Faculty Committee On Fraternities, Univeristy Of Maine Jan 1964

Report To The Board Of Trustees By The Faculty Committee On Fraternities, Univeristy Of Maine

General University of Maine Publications

A scan of a report prepared in 1964, noting that a Faculty Committee on Fraternities was created by action of the Board of Trustees of the University of Maine on November 21, 1962. On that date President Lloyd H. Elliott was directed by the Trustees "to appoint a faculty committee to make a thorough study of fraternities and sororities at the University of Maine, particularly their relationship to the purposes and values of the institution." The chair of the committee was Professor John J. Nolde, and this report was sometimes referred to as the "Nolde Report."