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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, MAY 26 1927'

?AGJ1~ TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY TIIUIISDAY, MAY 26, 1927

ALUMNI OFFICER HO IBR2ITISH IlMPERIALISTICA POLICYD

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Magazine PI'iies Article Writteni
By 11. B. iaw fOn ( ra Idnate
Relaitimis 11-ItUI Fa tlty
SEES COOPERATION NEED
Wilfred B. Shaw, geea ertr
of the Alumni Association of the Un-
iversilty, has written, an article on
"The Problem of the Alumni" which
appears in the current issue of
Scribnler's *magazlne. The article1
deals with the relationship between
the ilumni and their alma mater-and
particularly with the college faculty.'
AMr, ShiaV believes that the objection-
able alumni element is so insignific-
ant that it cau practically b~e dis-
counted. H e also believes that the
alumni are a vital part of the uni-
versity-that their interest in the un-
iversity 'and the university's interestj
in them should not end with the
grantino~ of a degree.,
Mr. Shaw acknowledges that the
present. alumni situation is not what
it should be. There should be more
cooperation' between the alumni and
the university. In his article lie says,
"The solution of the problem seems
to th( writer to lie in a frank and
painstaking study of the whole situ-
ation which will be accepted as au-
thoritative at once by the professor
and his former student.
There are, certain elements, which,
the present status of the great alum-
ni bodies in all our universities *must
it seems fairly obvious, must enter
into such a study. In the first place,
be, so to speak, acknowledged and
legalized, Mr. Shaw wrote. Then, the
university trustees and faculties
must be brought 'to recognize, prac-
tically as well as theoretically, that
th o alumni are actually a part of the
university, and not merely a source of fi a caIup r. A d fnly h
alumni miust in some way acquire a
better understanding of the education-
al aims of the university. They must
con:'e to recognize that it is a living
and growing force, and not necessar-
ily a crystallization for- all time of
the place and life they knew when{
they were students."t

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