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Subject: Re: Pierpont vs Moore... P-10 vs Inquiry Program

Robb (forum host)
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Date Posted: 09:43:50 08/26/08 Tue
In reply to: matt 's message, "Re: Pierpont vs Moore... P-10 vs Inquiry Program" on 02:43:39 08/18/08 Mon

>Moore lost most of it's
>"character" when the characters moved to Pierpont. The
>move to Co-ed was voluntary. Some males stayed behind
>giving Moore a P-10 flavor that was lost entirely in

Thanks Matt for that explanation. Ya, there had to be a reason why Pierpont became so unique. Start with the selection process of who was admitted to P10 then to have a self-selection process of thos male P10ers who wanted to move to Pierpont as it went co-ed... and we get...?

Can you flesh out the details?

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