At Harvard, agreement was reached on a plan to reduce the university’s Reserve Officer Training Corps program to an extra-curricular activity. The agreement represents a victory for student militants who last week seized a university building. In New York, 200 young men, demanding an end to the university’s program for training Naval Reserve officers held a seven-hour sit-in.
A radical student at Stanford University pleaded to have the group continue the sit-in until troops or police were ordered in. At that point, he said, the students could abandon the laboratory to wage some form of guerrilla warfare on campus.