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  • Collection: Marist College: From Brotherhood to Co-Education

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Marist offers scholarship money to the women's and men's basketball team, which makes them go up from division III to division II.

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The first cheerleading team at Marist College was a group of seven women.

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First woman sportswriter talks about her experience of covering women's sports, like field hockey and volleyball.

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A interview with the first woman residence director at Marist College.

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The women’s crew team wins their first four races against different colleges after many years of training.

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A woman reports her scary encounters with intruders coming into her dorm over the past four months.

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Women receive the same opportunities as men in the aspect that they can compete in many different intercollegiate and intramural sports. Three years previous there was only three intercollegiate women’s teams, but in 1978 there will be seven:…

Paul Browne discusses his opinion on the assimilation of women into Marist College commenting on their discrimination and particularly, two other articles in The Circle mentioning them.

Mixers and major weekends are no longer being attended because girls are being met elsewhere and visiting any weekend rather than specified ones.

The Resident Board and Residence Director, after a long debate, passed new hours for open house in dorms.
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