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Should women be told to find a partner in college?


Collegiate women should not count out the possibility of finding their mates in college for the sake of their careers. On Friday, a female Princeton alumna named Susan A. Patton, Class of ’77, wrote a guest column for the Daily Princetonian.Though it isn’t strange for someone to send a letter to the editor, this one […]

Letter to the editor


Fixing “Take Back the Night”   As a junior at USC, I have been around three years of the Women’s Student Assembly and the Center for Women and Men’s admirable, weeklong effort designed to raise awareness about sexual violence. As a brother of a beautiful sister, son of a beautiful mother, a friend of many […]

Commencement needs a female presence


1924 was a banner year for USC. The university held its first formal homecoming ceremony, inaugurated the first school of international relations in the country and, on a stifling Wednesday in June, gathered to hear its first female commencement speaker, Aurelia Henry Reinhardt,  give her remarks. It is doubtful that the woman once dubbed, with […]