The April 1888 Dickinsonian displayed a complaint by the co-eds over their drab waiting room at their home. For three years, the co-eds have "put up with their present quarters, without any complaints" even though it contained only a few old chairs and a stove. The Dickinsonian calls for the ladies to be allowed some money to purchase some wall paper, carpet, and comfortable furniture so that the room could be made more cheerful. If the college decided to allot the ladies some funds, they would certainly "receive the everlasting gratitude of 'Our Co-eds'."
Location of Document in Archives
The Dickinsonian, April 1888, vol. XV, no. 7