Wolf’s Head Society

After the once-clandestine Phi Beta Kappa became an open honor society, several Yale University students founded their own secret society—the Order of the Skull and Bones—in 1832. In response to a dispute with Skull and Bones, several other Yale students founded the similarly secret Scroll and Key in 1841. A third secret society—now known as Wolf’s Head—was formed in 1883. The society for senior students became co-ed when its alumni association voted to admit women in what year? More… Discuss

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