Keep Wilson College a women’s college. Reverse the co-ed decision now!

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Stacy Youst
7 years ago
I've read statistics and what I see for myself has me convinced that women need their own places to learn and prepare for our future work.

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Jimmy Lamie
7 years ago
Females as a whole are possessed with higher intellect than their male counter parts. Here inVA we lost our all women's college and as a educator I think it is important too all females to have situations where women can learn and excel in a atmosphere without fear of male interference.

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Martha Peterson
7 years ago
Am a graduate of a woman's college and recognize the importance of this experience and its positive influence on me.

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Emmy Leung
7 years ago
Graduate of Sweet Briar College

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Nicole Hagan
7 years ago
Women's colleges have a place. Even thought mine was taken away because of backroom deals with ridiculous kickbacks for board members, blatant lies and deceit, and censorship of alumnae of all ranks, I stand by what women's colleges offer. It's unlike anything else in the world. Wilson Women, keep fighting. Never stop.

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Ashley C
7 years ago
I am a graduate of Chatham College, a women's college whose board recently voted to co-ed. I am signing in solidarity and because I support and believe in access to single sex higher education.

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Nancy Chubb
7 years ago
We need to keep this historical institution as a college for women because it provides a unique educational and life experience.

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Deborah Morrison
7 years ago
My alma mater, Chatham College for Women, voted to go coed yesterday. Women's colleges are worth saving!

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Melissa Bellitto
7 years ago
I am a graduate of a women's college that is now co-ed. I strongly believe that women's colleges still have an important place in our society.

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Sarah Dickinson Pontzer
7 years ago
Because women's education is still the best way to establish women as leaders in their communities, their employment and in so many countless ways. Close all the women's colleges now and in 10 years someone else will be creating women's colleges. My daughter is a third generation graduate of a woman's college and now she is fighting this battle at Chatham, her alma mater. It seems so self-evident that this is important to women who attend and graduate from women's colleges--look how well we have all been trained to express and implement our displeasure with this decision which has no real basis to have been made.