College News and Departmental Notes: Women's Club of Teachers College
by Departmental notes - 1917
The very newest, as well as one of the largest and most aggressive of the College clubs, is the recently organized Women's Club of Teachers College. A need has been felt for some sort of 'home' to which all the women of the College might come for fellowship and to exchange experiences. Accordingly, more than one hundred and twenty-five of the women of the Schools of Education and of Practical Arts, together with faculty women and the wives of students and student instructors, have come together and organized. The 'home' idea has taken form in the equipment of club rooms in an apartment at the Fairholm, 505 West 121st Street, opposite the College, at which tea is served five afternoons in the week, and to which members and their guests are very welcome. Further, as a good beginning to a long future program of social usefulness, the club has purchased a Liberty Bond, which is to be turned over to the Norsworthy Fund.
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