To the Editor:
Paula Wasley's piece on the proliferation of regulations in course syllabi ("The Syllabus Becomes a Repository of Legalese," The Chronicle, March 14) notes that Henry Adams's 1870 syllabus "had no strictures on eating during class." No…
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