A delegation of Vassar suffragist students met Inez Milholland ’09 at the Poughkeepsie train station. Rejected, in the past week, by a majority of the Harvard trustees and the new president, Abbott Lawrence Lowell, after convincing a majority of the faculty at Harvard Law School to admit her, Milholland visited Vassar before seeking—and gaining—admission to the law school of New York University.  Asked by a reporter at the train station how the suffrage cause at Vassar was faring after her graduation, “she replied that she didn’t know.  ‘I left it in the hands of the most prominent girls there,’ she said.  ‘I can tell you when I come back.’”     The New York Times