Is there anything else you would like to add that will help us better understand the experiences of women as students at Keene State College?

I just think, having mentors for women, no matter what their curriculum they’re going into, to be encouraged to know that it’s their choice. If they can handle it, more power to them.

–Norma Walker, Class of 1951

“The Women of Keene State” combines oral history, historical accounts, and images from the Keene State archives to narrate the history of women who studied at Keene State College. This undergraduate student project is a digital humanities exhibition sponsored through COPLAC (Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges).