Tag: Sally Frank

  • This Week in Princeton History for July 3-9

    In this week’s installment of our ongoing series bringing you the history of Princeton University and its faculty, students, and alumni, a court ruling forces two eating clubs to accept women, a Yugoslavian king is on campus, and more. July 3, 1990—The New Jersey Supreme Court rules in Frank v. Ivy Club that the last […]

  • History of Women at Princeton University

    Written by Vanessa Snowden For much of its history, Princeton University had the reputation of being an “old-boys’ school.” Starting in the fall of 1969, Princeton became co-educational, and nine women transferred into the Class of 1970, with slightly greater numbers in the two subsequent classes. Women who matriculated as freshmen in 1969 graduated in […]