The latest exhibit at the Hankey Center for the Education and Advancement of Women, Change at Wilson College, opened March 7 and will continue through August.
Through newspaper articles, photographs, letters, notes and institutional plans and papers,Change at Wilson College explores social, curricular and structural changes throughout the history of Wilson College. The exhibit tells a story of how and why changes have been implemented and what forces – internal and external – inspired those changes. It will also examine instances when Wilson chose to maintain the status quo and how those decisions affected the future of the College.
The exhibit is a project of the C. Elizabeth Boyd '33 Archives at Wilson.
For more information, contact Wilson College Archivist Amy Lucadamo at 717-264-4141, Ext. 2049, or email@example.com.