December 6, 2019

Published: October 1, 2004

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Pregnant Pause

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I found "A Dream Deferred" [May/June] to be a very interesting article, particularly the statement that "anyone who’s ever been pregnant cannot enroll" [at Clarendon Hall]. Does that include all males that have been "pregnant" as well? And also all those that have had premarital sex?

I would like to know whether those rules apply to the faculty and staff as well—no one may be hired who was pregnant before being married, made someone pregnant before being married, or had premarital sex? I will be anxiously awaiting a reply.

Rosemarie Hay
Cecilia, Kentucky

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