The Holyoke inferiority complex is difficult to comprehend, considering that Smith is best known as the home of the world’s first women’s basketball team, but the neurosis is there.
Inside the hallowed halls of Princeton University, an elite group of service-minded young newspaper editors spent much of 1965 laboring over a single question: where are the girls? ) of romantic toil, they compiled the results of their selfless lady-scouting into , a field manual for finding and identifying The Girls in their natural environment. ) So let’s slip into something a little more comfortable — a dinner jacket and a skinny tie, perhaps?
And if and when you do come across one, what exactly are you supposed to do with her? The collection is what John Audubon would have produced if John Audubon really, really wanted to have sex with birds. can ensure warblers and/or Smithies for everyone: “Girls may not melt in your arms on sight, and butter may still melt in your mouth on contact: this is a book, not a magic incantation.” But it’s worth a shot, because these dates aren’t gonna “snow” themselves, if you know what I mean. — and let’s go girl-hunting across the east coast women’s colleges of 1965. Holyoke, South Hadley, MA: That’s the great hang-up for Holyoke girls: they all want to be Smithies.
On Monday morning, Grace's distraught birth mother, Rose Hunsicker, wept as she made her way into the New Life Presbyterian Church in Glenside, surrounded by members of Bikers Against Child Abuse.
She was among hundreds of people who came together to reflect on her daughter Gracie's achingly short life, which was marred by troubles and tribulations from a young age.
There are four places to snow a Goucherite: the first, and most difficult, is the woods immediately adjoining the campus; the second, and least satisfactory, is the campus itself, and the third and fourth are Baltimore and Washington.pretty, placid and promising.
But the three P’s don’t come cheap — unless a man is “really a superstud,” with an impressive appearance and a proper school name, he will have trouble finding a girl on the spot.
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