Remembering a Lack of Diversity

Maureen Hayes's Survey Response
Date: 
March, 1979

In her "Women as Leaders" survey response, a female Dickinsonian remembers how the Dickinson experience was for her. Being only one of two African American women on the campus, she felt that her social life was restricted. She remembered the two other African American students on campus, Judy Rogers and Skip (Everett) Hewlett.

Location of Document in Archives: 
Women as Leaders Survey-1960s (Slotten)