Not the type of women we generally find

March 9, 1972

Dean of Women Mary Watson Carson sends a memo to Dr. Rubendall regarding the "Social Opinion Survey" of the Women's Group. She explains that she did not give permission for them to attach her name to the survey. According to the dean, the Women's Group distributed the questionnaire in residence halls and mail boxes. Dean Carson reports that the group formed early in the fall and invited some faculty women to meet with them. The same week that Carson wrote this letter, Student Senate officially recognized the group as an organization. According to Carson, the group had the potential to be a positive force on campus, although they were not "the type of women we generally find on the sorority rosters or the Resident Advisor list."

Location of Document in Archives
RG 5/99 Series 9, Box 8, Folder 21