Perceptions of Female Students in the 1920s

April 21, 1994

Frances Vuilleumier (Class of 1924) claims in an interview that the college viewed men and women equally in the 1920s. She believes faculty like female students because they performed better in the classroom than their male colleagues. Frances recalls completing the same academic work as male students did.

Location of Document in Archives
World War II Oral History, Vuilleumer, Frances