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Peril covers all the expected big isms--sexism, classism, racism, feminism--in detail, but also explores midnight snacks, gentlemen callers, smoking and drinking, quirky campus traditions, the rise and fall of women's basketball, the "college girl" in pulp fiction and movies, and an array of other issues big and small. I loved her previous book, Pink Think, but College Girls is both more carefully researched and more c An engrossing, endlessly entertaining history of women at college in America. I loved her previous book, Pink Think, but College Girls is both more carefully researched and more confidently written. Also, as a Vassar girl, I admit I enjoyed following my alma mater through its spotted history and to its eventual transition to a coed school. While Pink Think focused mostly on the post WWII - 's ideas of what femininity meant, College Girls explores education for women going back to the late 's when the first women were entering higher education.
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Lab-coated operators of the world's greatest "electronic brain" named "Thinko" receive funding from the military and are surprised when the newest member of their faculty is a platinum blonde Mamie Van Doren with multiple advanced degrees. Thinko, who is "never wrong," is revealed to have a set of human vices including an affinity for horse racing that incurs the wrath of mafia bookmakers he also wins the Mexican national lottery, among others. Since van Doren's arrival, the computer, who appears as a larger-than-life, stationary robot, has been plagued by explicit fantasies about her that ultimately require him to undergo hypnotherapy, occasioning a protracted striptease sequence presented as Thinko's dream. Part robot, part mainframe computer, part artificial intelligence, Thinko represents a transitional figure in Hollywood's depiction of computing.
Plot[ edit ] Collins College's administrators are expecting new professor Dr. Mathilda West, who holds 13 degrees and speaks 18 languages. What they aren't expecting is the buxom blonde beauty who gets off the train. West has an effect on everybody, from public relations director George Barton, who is the boyfriend of jealous dean Myrtle Carter, to football star Woo Woo Grabowski, who gets very nervous around beautiful women, including student Jody, who loves him.