"Women unite, take back the night"
Opinion: SHAC should be supported
Editorial: "A few small steps do not constitute a revolution"
This article by Features Editor Ken Ross comments that â€œAlthough
the campus itself continues to improve with age, now is the time for â€˜realâ€™
social change at the College.â€ Ross brings up such issues as the lack of availability
of condoms on campus (except when the Health Center is open), the scarcity of â€˜alternativeâ€™
(alcohol-free) activities on campus and the situation of women on campus. He
Dean Meredith Found a Speaker to Discuss "Sex Hygiene" with Female Students at Dickinson College
In a lengthy letter to President Morgan, Dean Meredith discussed chaperons, the inadequacy of Metzger Hall Staff, the running of Metzger Hall, and her family's situation. Most interestingly, Meredith wrote about a woman she met in Harrisburg named Dr. Taylor. According to the letter, Dr. Taylor is willing to give "six to eight talks" to Female Dickinsonians on "the care of the health and sex hygiene." Dean Meredith explained that "Our girls here are very much in need of such instruction.
Gays and Lesbians at Dickinson (GLAD) Hold their First Meeting
This article, published in the March 31, 1988 Dickinsonian, documents the first meeting of Gays and Lesbians at Dickinson College (GLAD). Headed by Karen Ruocco, the organization held its first meeting at the Women's Center on March 30th. The group provided "support for gays and lesbians" at Dickinson College. The organization also worked to educate the campus on issues effecting the gay/lesbian community.
The Sexuality Resource Group, circa 1980
"Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Life at Dickinson"
"The Women's Liberation Movement: It's History and It's Effects Upon the Faculty of Dickinson College"
In her paper titled "The Women's Liberation Movement: It's History and It's Effects Upon the Faculty of Dickinson College" Eve M. Draeger analyzes the impact of the feminist movement of the 1960s and 1970 upon Dickinson Faculty. For her paper Draeger interviewed a diverse group of Dickinson Professors.
The Equality House Constitution
In 1994, the Equality House gained Student Senate Recognition. According to their constitution the purpose was to establish "equal opportunity for every person without regards for the indivdual's sex, race, religion, sexual orientation, and monetary or physical status... The Equality House is formed with the purpose of working for the development and preservation of the Equal Rights of every person in the Dickinson Community."