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Top down and bottom up: Placing women on SCU's campus
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SC's 'first women'
An interview with Kathleen Bui, one of the first coed students and alumni.
Women's Studies Faculty Evaluation, 1992
A faculty evaluation for the Women's Studies Program. The professor evaluating the program notes the lack of an official Women's Studies office contributes to the lack of support on campus of the program.
Women's Studies Program in 1982
A letter regarding the Women's Studies Program history and goals.
Benjamin Swig to Fr. Terry re Parietal Hours
Benjamin Swig writes to Fr. Terry regarding the student request to address parietal hours. Swig believes the current parietal hours provide students with plenty of liberty, despite their complaints.
Catala Lectures Fall Semester Series
1938 Catala Club fall lecture series program.
Dunne Dorm Council Letter re Parietal Hours
The Dunne Dorm Council writes a letter to Fr. Terry regarding the problem of parietal hours and requests his response on the issue. The issue has not yet been solved at this time.
Catala Club - Father Deeney speech
Catala Club speech about the successes of Santa Clara University, as well as about the Catala Club's namesake, Father Catala.
Letter from Father Hauck to Sister Augustine - Denying Nuns Undergraduate Classes
Letter explaining that Father Hauck went to his superiors and they would not allow the nuns to study as undergraduate students.
Letter from Father Hauck to Sister Augustine - Women In Master's, not Bachelor's Programs
Letter explaining that Santa Clara University accepts students into some masters programs but not bachelors.
Coeducational - Jesuit Institutions
Father Hauck's research recording what programs at various Jesuit institutions were coed at the time.