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"Coeds Sit Left" in The Santa Clara, 1961
Newspaper article from The Santa Clara.
Poem written for the first Mothers' Day event at Santa Clara University.
"The Other 'F' Word: The Feminist in the Classroom"
A flyer for a discussion about feminism in the classroom sponsored by the Women's Studies program at SCU.
"Time Marches On" Annual Spring Garden Fiesta
Program for the 1943 annual spring fiesta.
1976 Campus Map
An End of Transistion
An article describing that the all classes will now be coeducational, marking the fourth year of coeds on campus.
Annual Yule Fete of Faculty Wives
Newspaper article about the 1949 annual Yule Fete Christmas Party put on by the Faculty Wives Club.
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.
A photo in The Santa Clara newspaper showing how female students make use of the male spaces in Swig Hall now that Swig is a coed dorm.
Birth Pills Dispensed in Face of Controversy, 1971
This article describes the process of the policy change and describes the scene after the birth control pills were made readily available for co-eds.