An Advantage to Women's Education: Independence

January, 1886

The January 1886 Dickinsonian mentions one of the advantages of women receiving an education. This advantage is that it makes them independent, or in "homely phraseology 'able to hoe their own row'."This case of independence has become manifested in the college's co-eds by the community's observation of them.

Location of Document in Archives
The Dickinsonian, January 1886, vol. X, no. 4