Welcome to the Alice Drum Women's Center! Founded in 1992 to encourage dialogue on women's and gender issues, advocate for women and promote equality and mutual respect on campus, the Center offers a myriad of opportunities to develop leadership skills. You could serve on the student-run board that guides the Center's activities. We hold public events regularly. Please join us.
The Pulse of the Alice Drum Women's Center
Rosa Clemente 2008 Green Party Vice Presidential Candidate, Journalist, Political Commentator...Read More
In 1992, Franklin & Marshall College opened the Alice Drum Women’s Center in a little-used pottery studio in the basement of the Steinman College Center, as a space for dialogue and feminist...Read More