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Right idea, wrong course


A look at the June/01 "Letters" compels an agitated, albeit belated, response: Some pink-cheeked kid who was AB'53 says the College curriculum was not really very Great Booksy and "was designed to culminate in a course titled Organizations, Methods and Principles of the Sciences." Were the writer a bit more mature, he would know that the real course was Observation, Interpretation and Integration of the Sciences, familiarly know as OII and loved by all-all right, by some.

Charles F. Custer, AB'48, JD'58
Chicago




  OCTOBER 2001

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