The Times They Were A’Changing: Charter First With Female Members

In September, 1970, the Princeton Charter Club became the first Princeton University Eating Club to welcome female members. Women joined the ranks of Princeton undergraduates for the first time the previous fall, September, 1969. With all female undergraduates still residing in Pyne Hall and many University departments and buildings still acclimating to a major female campus presence, Charter Club enthusiastically welcomed its first female members— Ellen Fineberg ’71 and Angenette Duffy ’72.

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