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A Gathering Crowd

By Thomas W. Franck
Days after the sanctions' debut in 2016, scores of sorority and female final club members protested outside the president's office. Two years and three months later, every one of Harvard's all-female groups has agreed to go co-ed.
Days after the sanctions' debut in 2016, scores of sorority and female final club members protested outside the president's office. Two years and three months later, every one of Harvard's all-female groups has agreed to go co-ed.

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