Women's Groups Share Differing Ideas

October 30, 1980

This article is the last of a four-part series published by the President's Commission on the Status of Women at Dickinson College to examine certain elements of campus life that provide a negative atmosphere for women. The Commission focused on in this article two women's groups on campus, the Women's Resource Center and the Zatae Longsdorff Feminist Organization. The WRC tended to focus on relationships between male and female students. The Zatae Longsdorff Organization, while newly developed, is starting to define their purpose for women as discussing matters of equality in the professional world. While both organizations have different agendas, the Commission is asking both organizations to meet the varied interests of women on campus.

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Dickinsonian, October 30, 1980