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"Welcome to you the coeds of UNM who will be the members of the Associated Women Students for the year 1964-65. This is your handbook. I hope that you will read it carefully so that you may better understand the functions and standards of your self-governing organization."

"This year, A.W.S. is operating under a newly revised constitution. As a governing body, we still retain our three branches--Legislative, Executive and Judicial. The Legislative Council which meets one a week has been expanded to include thirteen elected members. These include the eight officers and five members at large elected from the All Women's Council."

--From the introduction by Gail Thomas Buckland, President, Associated Women Students

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University of New Mexico




Higher Education | United States History | Women's History


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Saludos Amigas 1964



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