John Palmer Gavit,* grand inquisitor of American university life and reporter extraordinary, spoke again (in a special article in New York Evening Post). He had looked upon coeducation, said he, and it is good.
Of morals: Men and women of a certain age will think romantically wherever they are. In co-educational institutions minds are occupied by the thoughts of dalliance no more than elsewhere. Relationships are healthier where converse is frequent.
Of intellectual stimulus: Women, even in universities, get higher grades than men. Figures from the University of Michigan are typical: