Sophomore Jamie Rosenthal of Radcliffe admits: “I think I’m bright, but I’m more delighted when i can be outbrighted than be brighter than someone else- particularly if it’s a man.”
Newsweek June 13, 1966
One year later:
The Girls make no bones about the fact that they are having a hard time fitting into Yale’s tradition-bound, all-male atmosphere. The biggest disappointment of all remains the singular absence of the one fringe benefit all expected to find in such abundance: dates. The Yale Daily News took a survey of the new coeds and found that some 26% were sitting in their rooms, stark dateless. “Boys go out with the boys during the week and with girls on the weekends,” says Cindy Taft. “That makes girls sort of a weekend facility.”
Newsweek December 15, 1969
Sexual Obstructionism on Campus, 1967-Style!
Coeds at the University of Illinois are forbidden to wear long trench coats when necking with dates. Reason: one legendary lass was once caught necking wearing her trench coat and nothing else…Keep reading here
Newsweek May 8, 1967