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Women college students

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

Administrative response to the Task Force on the Status of Women Report (March 2008) and the Report from the Steering Committee on the Status of Women (January 2009), 2009-10

Identifier: A2
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Group: Each series in this subgroup includes records from the Office of the President, sorted by keyword. The first set (#-C, D-F, G-P, Jones, Betty A, Reaccreditation records, Reaccreditation R-Z. and Rohatyn, Felix) are arranged alphabetically. The second set is arranged into thematic series (Ronald D. Liebowitz, Commencement, Residential Life and Commons System, Staff Council, Middlebury Initiative, Fraternities, NESCAC, South Africa Divestiture, and Miscellaneous) and the folders within each...
Dates: 2009-10

Class of 1938 Jane Abbott scrapbook, 1934-1938

 Item — Box 126
Identifier: scrapbooks_1938_abbott_02
Scope and Contents Scrapbook and folder of material compiled by Jane Abbott [Barry], Class of 1938 during her time at Middlebury between 1934 and 1938. The scrapbook is contained within a "Clippings Hobby Book". Contents include the 1934 "Freshman Week" program for the Women's College; a pamphlet for the Middlebury Inn; the 1933 Guide to the Vicinity of Breadloaf and Middlebury; newspaper clippings; Fall 1934 announcements from the Middlebury Mountain Club; event pamphlets and programs; photographs;...
Dates: 1934-1938

Class of 1940 Elizabeth Clark Cook scrapbook, 1936-1940

 Item — Box 122, Folder: 4
Identifier: A9
Scope and Contents

Includes Alpha Chi Delta; graduation picnic; campus buildings; graduation procession; picnics; Winter Carnival; Chipman Hill Ski Jump; Sugaring Off Party; Mountain Club; Snow sculptures; Cane Ceremony; Women's College graduation ceremony, Forest Hall; daisy chain; tree planting; Alumni barbeque.

Dates: 1936-1940

Class of 1952 Lynn "Lindy" Pahner scrapbook, 1949

 Item — Shelf 47
Identifier: Scrapbooks
Scope and Contents Scrapbook belonging to Lynn "Lindy" Pahner, Class of 1952, and produced during her time at Middlebury.The scrapbook includes a document entitled "Lindy's reasons on why she wants to go to Middlebury"; mistletoe from a Christmas party; a dance card from the 1952 Sophomore Hop; football programs; performance programs; a dance card for the 1949 Middlebury Sailing Club Commodore's Ball; dried flowers from step singing in 1949; dance card from the spring formal dance at the "Breadloaf...
Dates: 1949

Opening up episode 2: Feminism at Middlebury, part 1, 2021 May 15

Identifier: f10_openingup_episode_2_feminism_at_middlebury_2021-05-15
Scope and Contents Episode description reads: "This is the first of our four part series examining feminism in our community. Wanting to capture the student perspective, our team asked students around campus what feminism means to them and what it feels like to be a woman at Middlebury.Feminism plays an important role in uplifting voices at Middlebury, but we still have a long way to go in terms of equality and inclusivity on campus. Over the next two episodes, we will be examining the history of...
Dates: 2021 May 15

Opening up episode 3: Feminism at Middlebury, part 2, 2021 June 12

Identifier: f10_openingup_episode_3_feminism_at_middlebury_part_2_2021-06-12
Scope and Contents

Episode description reads: "This is the second episode of our four-part series examining feminism in our community. Today, reporter Cali Kapp examines the early history of women at Middlebury. Speaking with Matt Jennings, Editorial Director of the Middlebury Magazine, and Professor David Stameshkin, we dive into the roots of why women were first admitted to Middlebury and the struggles they have faced over the years."

Dates: 2021 June 12

'Predominantly masculine' and 'gentlemanly': The construction of space and identity at Middlebury College, 1908-1916 / Adrienne Goldstein, 2021 May 13

Identifier: s7_hist_600_Goldstein_Adrienne_2019-05
Scope and Contents

Paper produced by Adrienne Goldstein, Class of 2020, during Professor Bill Hart's Spring 2019 HIST 0600 History Research Seminar class.

Dates: 2021 May 13