Expert Essay: Rhoda R. Gilman, a founding member of Women Historians of the Midwest and a former candidate for Lieutenant Governor of Minnesota, considers the influence of women in Minnesota: the Willmar 8, the Schubert Club, the Minnesota Woman Suffrage Association, and much more.
St. Catherine’s University is a prestigious women’s university in St. Paul. Since opening in 1905, it has grown to include a student body of over 5,000, graduate programs, a Minneapolis campus, and an extensive physical plant. The school’s inclusive atmosphere and diverse curriculum have made it one of the premier institutions of higher education in the United States.
Production photograph of a scene from Nicaragua (Las Gringas), 1984. Clockwise from top: Laurie Witzkowski, Margo Carper, Renee Sugrue, Pauline Pfander, Annie Gage, and Debra Satterfield. Photograph by David Miller.