Letter, November 22, 1935, Page 2
To the Editor:
The following lines in last week's Spotlight have attracted my attention.
"Although President Boylan has expressed a desire that the college not join with other institutions in the mobilization, representatives from the Student Council and newspaper of Seth Low junior College have been conferring with the Brooklyn College mobilization committee. Both Seth Low and Long Island University will join the mobilization in Borough Hall."
It seems to me that the President's request that "the College not join with any other institution in the mobilization" should not have been flagrantly disregarded as the article suggests. The group that engineered the mobilization should have had more respect for constituted authority and should have honored the President's wishes.