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DePauw Examines its Gender Gaps

No "social engineering" needed at this point, advises the university president. But it could happen.

That's a great euphemism -- "social engineering." First time I've heard that. Makes it sound like DePauw might execute a really cool science experiment. In fact, that's just a code phrase for discriminating against women in the admissions process.

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