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LSA faculty to meet
on RC suggestions
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M cost per ,RC credit hour as about
.5 of the LSA costs.
Both Dougherty and chemistry
Prof. Thomas Dunn, who calcu-
lated the review committee's fig-
ures, agree that the RC costs
about $25 per student for credit
hour teaching and $30 per student
credit hour for general costs.
They both point out that there
.are departments in the literary
school which cost more per stu-
dent credit hour than the Residen-
Also to be discussed by the gov-
erning faculty is a committee
recommendation that pre-doctoral
Istudents not be hired as full-time
The increase in the budget is
Sdesigned to allow the college to
rely to a greater extent on senior
Teaching fellows are hired be-
cause they are inexpensive, but
their preoccupation with teaching
': slows their progress toward de-
AP Photo grees, explains geography Prof.
Rhoads Murphey, review commit-
carriage Both Rhodes and Residential
ang Ngai College Dean James Robertson
feel "exploitation" is too emotional
a label for the teaching fellow
The review committee's report
reads. "It's (RC's) job is academic
ed-cation, not exposure to life, still
less the simple reflection of what
the st'idents bring with them."
"panning is not a substitute for
academic education, nor is intel-
lectlal dilletantism an acceptable
product. the report adds. Learning
is hard work; it cannot be ac-
Perhins the broadest of the com-
mittee's recommendations to be
decided calls for the creation of a
joint board of representatives
from the Residential College and
the literary college which would
review the. RC and "make recom-
mendations concerning appoint-
tn "ts, c~irrictiblur changes and
major policy matters"-subject to
the final approval of the dean.
The committee in its report was
especially concerned that the RC,
rrcated to foster new LSA ideas,
had remained isolated from the
parent college. The RC as well as
the literary college, they felt,
would benefit from greater com-
The joint board, to have no more
than eight members, would also
make a f'ill-scale review of the
college every four years to "rec-
ommend its continuation, altera-
tion, or termination."
The go-erning faculty will also
vote on a recommendation to form
a fill-time RC faculty.which will
make un 25 to 35 per cent of the
The price of war
A disabled South Vietnamese veteran propels his
through the ruins of Mo Duc following a battle in
province town in South Vietnam recently.
Murphey also claimed that wom-
en work at the college for less
than they would be paid elsewhere.
But the increased reliance on
senior faculty also springs from
the committee's desire for greater
"academic excellence" in the
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