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1910s

Rayna Simons Prohme

Rayna Simons Prohme

Rayna Simons Prohme was heavily involved in journalism and writing as a student. She was a member of the Daily ...
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Louise Freer

Louise Freer

Louise Freer became Head of the Department of Physical Education for Women in 1915 and remained in her position for ...
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Lois Seyster Monstross

Lois Seyster Monstross

Lois Seyster Monstross graduated in 1919 and became a prominent author. While a student, she was involved in several organizations ...
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Fanny Cook Gates

Fanny Cook Gates

Fanny Cook Gates earned a PhD in Physics in 1909 from the University of Pennsylvania when the nation's annual production ...
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Dorothy Day

Dorothy Day

Dorothy Day was a student on campus from 1914 to 1916. While on campus she was a member of the ...
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Alma Mater Statue

Alma Mater Statue

The Alma Mater Statue was built in 1916 and remains one of the most sought out women on campus. Lorado ...
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