An Associated Press profile examines the work of Jonathan Jansen, the first black rector of the University of the Free State. The South African institution is integrated in total enrollments, but black and white students live separately -- a tradition Jansen is pushing to change. Much of the focus is on residences, which the article describes as something similar to fraternities and sororities, with many traditions and hazing. Jansen forced one of the residences to stop forcing new students to bow before a statue of its founder -- a practice black students found troubling.
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