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Question of the Week:
what suggestions do you have for Meredith's improvement?
"We need ways for all students -
traditional-aged, commuters and re
entry - to feel part of Meredith, so that
any new programs we develop will
have a solid foimdation on which to
"We need to reform social rules for
students and ask our students to pay
for quality improvements that directly
"My major concern is keeping
Teaching Fellows program. They give
so much while they're here and do a
lot of recruiting after graduation. What
ever we do, I hope we don't create
anything to divide student groups."
"The most important educational
activities that happen here happen in
the classroom, and we must be certain
to consider the impact that any pro
posed changes would have on what
takes place in the classroom."
"We need a critical assessment and
evaluation of Meredith's reality, in
cluding the appearance of a planta
tion when one comes to campus, and,
given the influx of new families to the
Research Triangle Park, ofwhat would
attract their daughters to Meredith."
"We need three emphases; quality,
quality, quality. This should continue
to be the idea for which Meredith
"Everyone on campus should spend
more time listening to the positions of
others so that we can understand one
"My advice to the president would
be the same as to the trustees: seek out
members of the Meredith community,
ask them questions, and listen to what
they have to say."
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