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Collection: Marist College: From Brotherhood to Co-Education
"Folk Singing 'Goddess' Sings Southern Style" 1968 MAR 24
Marist College Cultural Committee presents Odetta in concert.
"Graduate Totals To Drop Drastically" 1968 MAR 28
For the first time since WWII, there will be more women than men in first-year graduate classes.
"Gerardia Exhibit At Marist College" 1968 OCT 24
Helen Gerardia, painter and printmaker, has her works exhibited at Marist College.
"Offcampus Living Considered" 1968 OCT 31
The idea of women living on campus is considered.
'“Detective Story' Opens Tonight" 1968 DEC 12
Bonnie Lee MacLeod plays Mary McLeod in "The Detective Story".
"COMMUNALISM AND THE INDIVIDUAL" 1968 DEC 19
Students talk about adopting Open House Seven Days a Week which would allow guests, and more specifically women, in the dorms.
"Quiet On Campus" 1969 JAN 31
Faculty gives up their private restroom facilities to be converted into a women's powder room.
"Co-ed Report Announced" 1969 FEB 7
Co-ed report is announced pertaining to curriculum, population, faculty staffing and classroom space; most important being ratio of male to female students and housing.
"Why not move ahead?" 1969 FEB 20
The idea of a dormitory designed for women is brought up.
"Peas And Carrots" 1969 FEB 21
Cheerleaders, Margie and Anne, cheer at the Oneonta basketball game and plan to continue at the next game vs. New Paltz.