1960

Longtime English Department Chairman Carroll Camden inaugurates a quarterly journal, Studies in English Literature 1500-1900. Each issue covers a special field (Winter: English Renaissance; Spring: Tudor and Stuart Drama; Summer: Restoration and Eighteenth Century; Autumn: Nineteenth Century).

Professors bow to student complaints and split the dreaded "Math 100" into a section for scientists and engineers and a section for nonscience majors.

 
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