Saving Harvard from exclusivity?

  The front of the Porcellian Club, long considered the most exclusive of Harvard's "final clubs.''

The front of the Porcellian Club, long considered the most exclusive of Harvard's "final clubs.''

So much for freedom of association. Harvard has approved a rule barring students who are members of single-sex clubs (basically meaning fraternities, sororities and “final clubs”) from leading officially approved campus organizations or serving as captains of Harvard sports teams. Further, the school won’t recommend such students for such major scholarships as the Rhodes. Nanny State goes to college. Social engineering 101.