Mikelene Elash reported in The Carlisle Sentinel's April 19, 1993 edition on two events occuring as part of a symposium co-sponsored by the Women's Center at Dickinson entitled "Women in the 90's: Facing the Challenges."Â One event was a discussion on sisterhood between black and white women.Â THe other was a panel on the multiple choices facing young women.
This article by Erica Stoutenburgh in The Dickinsonian, November 11, 1993, presents the results of a survey on rape and sexual assault handed out to women on campus.Â
The survey asked questions about incidents on and off campus, before or
during the woman's time at Dickinson, and the woman's classification.Â
Anima: The Journal of Human Experience (Spring 1994, vol. 20 #2)
presents an article on the Clothesline Project exhibit at Dickinson,
organized by the Women's Center as part of Dickinson's 1993 Public
Affairs Symposium on Violence in American Society.Â The exhbit contained
over 90 shirts contributed by women who were victims of violence.Â The
article includes pictures of some of the T-shirts along with
explanations by their designers.