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    Coeds Ask for Permission To Visit Men’s Apartments

    March 11, 1965

    Permission for women students to visit men’s unchaperoned apartments is one of two suggested changes in the rules in Kitten Klues, Associated Women Students (AWS) handbook, which has been submitted to the Dean of Women’s office for approval.

    The other change is in regard to Tucson signouts.

    The approval of the suggestions by Karen Carlson, dean of women, and University officials will allow women students to visit men’s apartments, or stay overnight in Tucson with a relative or a woman town student, providing they have permission letters in the Dean of Women’s office.

    Charlotte Cleveland, AWS president, said that through these changes the individual will assume responsibility and The University will be relieved of pressure.

    These suggestions were unanimously approved by women living in the residence halls and sorority houses.

    If the Dean of Women approves the changes, she will present them to the Advisory Council of University officials for final approval some time this week.

    The suggested changes resulted from a special AWS committee formed to investigate the men’s apartment ruling in other schools throughout the nation.

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