"The State of Women at Dickinson"

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Date: 
May 1981

Christina Bartolomeo writes an article for The Dickinson College Magazine in the May issue of the publication about the state of women on campus. In her article she includes several interviews from various women on campus, many of whom say that the status of women is discouraging. One woman even went to say that she felt that women on Dickinson’s campus were “conformists,” causing frustration which is seemingly “due to the male-dominated, sex segregated social situation.” Bartolomeo examines a wide variety of campus life including, academics, women in leadership roles, and the fraternity scene.
 

Location of Document in Archives: 
The Dickinson College Magazine, May, 1981, vol. 58, no. 2