Women's History Month: Landmarks of Higher Learning
In the 1800s, women had to fight to gain the same educational opportunities as men.
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#1 Mar 25, 2009
Such a foreign idea...that woman couldn't be educated...we've come so far.
#2 Mar 25, 2009
Wish Wellesley, Smith and Mt. Holyoke accepted men. Those are three righteous schools.
#3 Mar 25, 2009
Thank you, Mary Lyon. What a remarkable woman.
#4 Mar 30, 2009
Can you imagine being in medical school and having your professor say.. hmm...maybe you shouldn't come to class today, we're going to be looking at the human body. I feel lucky to be working in a place and in an era where women have more freedom.
#5 Mar 10, 2010
A fantastic article
#6 Mar 11, 2010
Oberlin was a real trendsetter at the time. Is the institution still progressive?
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