Our History


History of Women of Images




           Our history dates back to the the late 1980's, a time when revolutionary movements were  being made towards the betterment of minority members of the college's community. The major event was the Galpin takeover of 1989. It  was a monumental time in the college's history, when minority students,  faculty and  other advocates  demonstrated their dissatisfaction of a lack of activities and academic departments focused on minority cultural awareness.Their demands were met, and as a result of their actions, several minority groups were formed within the campus community. The Women of IMAGES was one of these organizations.

       Many of the women that have 
graced this program have been successful in their endeavors, and are now honored alumni.We strive to keep adding to our honorable legacy, strong, driven and successful minority women through supporting and molding each other toward success.

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