Pauli Murray, granddaughter of a Chapel Leloudis wonders if there would have
Hill slave, turned down for admission to been anything for Frank Porter Graham
UNC because of race and who became the ’09 (he got the Student Union and the
first black female ordained Episcopal priest child development institute) to build on if
in the country; and Karen Parker ’ 65, the not for Harry Chase’s presidency, 1919-30.
first black female undergraduate who also He thinks Chase deserves something
was involved in the civil rights sit-ins. prominent.
taking a leap
of faith as well.
You can have
name when they
ask how to get
to class or tell
a friend where
to meet them,
but you can’t
say much of
what will go on
inside the hall.
Brown says there are simply too few
women (about a dozen). She thinks retired
English professor and author Doris Betts
DAVID E. BROWN ’ 75 is senior associate
editor of the Review.