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Dartmouth 250 On Solid Ground

Russell Sage Hall



Russell Sage Hall


Despite Hopkins concerns about men playing the roles of women, Dartmouth took its time inviting women into its community. Dartmouth first admitted women in the fall of 1972 and it was the last of the Ivies to take this step. While the majority of men welcomed the addition of women to Dartmouth, a vocal and often profane minority resisted the change as can be seen by the banners hung from the windows of Russell Sage Hall.


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Russell Sage Hall, Russell Sage Hall, Iconography, Icon1647-1513-0000013A, Rauner Special Collections Library.

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