The Atlantic: Living on Campus

Living on Campus

In recent years, colleges across the country have expressed renewed interest in their democratic mission to build a diverse student body and expose students to their peers from different backgrounds. That duty entails enabling young adults to practice “the fine art of getting along with their fellows,” as Yanni puts it in her book.


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