The women of Dickinson's campus recognize the need for an all-College Senate, but also realize that there are "certain matters which affect only the women" of the campus. Thus they propose that they maintain the seperate Men's and Women's Senates and "for the control of the other issues which affect the entire student body, an all-College Senate is both desirable and necessary." The editor calls this third senate the "super-senate," and argues that it would not be an effective solution to the issues among the student governing organizations. The caliber of membership would lower and action towards making changes and descisions for the college would be difficult.
November 1, 1934
Location of Document in Archives
Dickinsonian November 1, 1934, vol. LXIII, no. 6