The New York Supreme Court dismissed the petition for an injunction against Vassar’s change in parietal regulations brought by the parent of a sophomore.    In his ruling, Justice W. Vincent Grady said, “Private colleges and universities are governed on the principle of academic self-regulation, free from judicial restraints….  Vassar College…has succumbed to the trend of coeducation and with the advent of males, new difficulties will be encountered by the college administration.  It is the privilege of a college, through its Student Government Association, to promulgate and enforce rules and regulations for the social conduct of students without judicial interference.”     John S. Brubacher, The Law and Higher Education: A Casebook, vol. 2