Though the small college took the name of a female monarch when it opened in 1841, women were not part of the first class.
As the century progressed, the philosophical basis for gender segregation began to erode and women demanded to be included.
On April 30, 1884, for the first time, five women donned hoods, gowns, and were granted degrees from Queen’s. All went on to prominent careers in...
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