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This is a pre-Halloween mixer sponsored by S.A.G.E that offered free food, drinks, music, and activities for members of the club as well as newcomers.

This two-page whopper of a story covers four decades of women's collegiate experiences, and compares the differences between then and now.

This reports on how more women are choosing to pursue degrees, as well as master's degrees, saying that the number has "tremendously increased in recent years". According to the article, there is still a need for more women with advanced training, as…

This is a one-page women's liberation comic from the early 70's. The top of the comic says "Hatching" in thick black letters, and underneath it: "An illustrated women's liberation diary," followed by four girls quite literally 'hatching' from an egg,…

This article outlines the increasing growth of the Women's Studies academic discipline. I learned that the Women's Studies department was founded in 1992, under the direction of Anne Sisson Raymond. It branched out of the Politics Department, which I…


The organization is just barely starting out, and President Merwin attended one of the first meetings. This article summarizes what SAGE is looking to accomplish in the upcoming semesters.

This article describes how SAGE has reacted to allegations of violence. The group met with university officials to discuss possible solutions, as well as printing flyers to inform students about date rape. Their goal is to unite survivors and…

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This article announces a juried show for women's artistic submissions through the Laurentian Women's Association of St. Lawrence University. The main idea behind the program is to showcase women's achievements, be it oil, watercolor, photography,…

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This page outlines the events and purpose behind Women's Week, which happened to be March 4-11 of '84.
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