An old story in a contemporary setting

Gale, David
June 1993
Mathematical Intelligencer;Summer93, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p61
Academic Journal
Relates the effect of admitting men in a traditional women's college on the number of women enrollees. College president's disagreement; Drop in percentage of women students after one year.


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