Memorandum to officers of instruction and administration from the Dean of Faculty LeRoy C. Breunig, January 12, 1971, page 9

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          colleges respond to current demands that they become vehicles for
effecting social change, then women's colleges should address them-
selves mre and more to the needs of women in general. It is not a
question of ‚ÄĚpoliticizing" either the colleges for women or women
in the community; it is rather a question of making women's colleges
intellectual centers which work to enable more women to lead diverse
and active professional lives. The responsibilities of all American
colleges and universities seem greater than ever before; given the
social and cultural forces at work today, women's colleges bear a
large share of those responsibilities.

January 1971