7S in the Media

Ms. Magazine First Women’s March Coverage – January 2017

NYT: Seeking a Haven in H.B.C.U.s and Single-Sex Colleges – 2/21/19

Seven Sisters Style The All-American Preppy Look By Rebecca C. Tuite · 2017

COLLEGE WOMEN is a searchable portal of diaries, letters, scrapbooks and photographs from the archives of a select group of the earliest women’s colleges in the United States, the Seven Sisters.

White Paper: College Women: Documenting the Student Experience at the Seven Sisters Colleges: The purpose of these projects has been to create a public site that brings together collections of letters, diaries, scrapbooks and photographs of students at women’s colleges in the late 19th and early 20th centuries in order to encourage greater study and understanding of the lives, expectations and experiences of the first generations of college-educated women in America.

Seven Sisters’ Surge: Applications to Women’s Colleges Spike – 3/29/2019

Alma Mater: Design and Experience in the Women’s Colleges from Their Nineteenth-century Beginnings to the 1930s – Helen Lefkowitz Horowitz

The Seven Sisters And How They Grew – Washington Post 1/27/85

The Seven Sisters: The History of America’s Elite Women’s Colleges Whitney K. Jones Oregon State University

The Racial Integration of the Seven Sister Colleges – Linda M. Perkins The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education No. 19 (Spring, 1998)