The Maine Campus
"To stay in or get in the coed dorm, I would go through hell or pay an extra $100 per semester." This remark was made by a 21-year-old student who moved to York Hall last fall especially to meet women. Most residents in the seven coed dorms on campus feel that living in a coed hall is socially beneficial, enjoyable and educational.
Messier, Jan and Bassols, Tom, "Social pressures ease as coeducational living finds home" (1972). Social Justice: Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion. 274.
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