Harvard is considering revising its undergraduate curriculum. According to the AP
--"[T]he university would give graduates until the middle of their sophomore year to declare a major, rather than in the freshman year, and require fewer core course requirements for a major."
--"The recommendations would set aside the month of January for students to pursue experimental programs, and create small classes, including a required 'small-group, faculty-led seminar' in the first year."
And here's a stunning surprise. Make sure you're sitting down before you read this last one:
"The changes would mean a significant increase in the size of the faculty."
Damn! Who would have guessed that?