When students live on campus, they become participants in a residential community. But unlike traditional views of community in which homogeneousness predominates on-campus residents this fall are being asked to incorporate defferences and welcome all students, while maintaining their individuality.
Maine Perspective, "Residential Living at UM: Redefining Community in Terms of Diversity and Interdependence" (1991). Social Justice: Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion. 723.
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