Lets Avoid Factions In College-Society Rift
To The Editor:
In the current difficulties between the American College and the Society of Financial Service Professionals, no good can come from dividing ourselves into factions for or against either side. As the former general counsel for the Society and as the author of textbooks used by the College, I have a deep affection for both organizations and a corresponding desire to see that both flourish.
In my view, it is not helpful to the healing of the current rift if we withhold contributions to the College as some have suggested. I am a member of both SFSP and the Golden Key Society. I do not intend to sever either relationship.
For almost 40 years, there has been both friction and cooperation between the two Bryn Mawr institutions as they have competed for financial support and continuing education revenue from the insurance community. Both organizations have looked at each other across the duck pond on the campus and envied some portion of the others carefully guarded resources.