University-wide Rush Rules, Rice Institute
Typewritten note with twelve rush rules for the literary societies in 1944, including meetings, dates and times. Original resource is a typed document.
An academic and social outlet for women at Rice University, the literary societies provided a way for women to organize on campus. The societies shifted over the years from purely academic to purely social entities, reaching their peak in the 1950s and finally disbanding in the 1980s.
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