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Downstairs, Upstairs: The Changed Spirit and Face of College Life in America

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Money and privilege no longer describe college students who, books in hand, stroll across fair campuses. Changes in American college life since the 1960s make the previous 300 years-from the founding of Harvard in 1636-benign by comparison. Today, universities in gritty downtowns admit welfare mothers who struggle to escape grinding poverty. Sometimes they have to take their babies to class with them. Felons from prison enroll through special programs hoping for training that will enable them to surmount previous misdeeds. ...

Downstairs, Upstairs: The Changed Spirit and Face of College Life in America 2003, University of Akron Press

ISBN-13: 9781931968188

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Downstairs, Upstairs: The Changed Spirit and Face of College Life in America 2003, University of Akron Press

ISBN-13: 9781884836961

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