Equality in skirts

March 17, 2000

Embarrassment is transparently equal at the Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen. It has an architecturally innovative school of management - which includes a six-storey high atrium crossed by glass-walled, glass-floored walkways. While this is disconcerting to the more modest female students, claims of sexual discrimination or harassment would be unfounded. RGU's full academic dress includes the university kilt.

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