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Sep
29
2012

Reblogged from vintagermwc :

vintagermwc:

#thuglife (1951 Helianthus via eBay)

vintagermwc:

#thuglife (1951 Helianthus via eBay)

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Aug
13
2012

Reblogged from sibylrights :

perfection.

perfection.

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Feb
11
2012

Reblogged from obliviyawn :

obliviyawn:

Panoramic shot of Randolph-Macon Woman’s College campus

obliviyawn:

Panoramic shot of Randolph-Macon Woman’s College campus

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Aug
8
2011

love love love

love love love

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May
20
2011

it’s macon reunion this weekend!  let the frivolity commence!

it’s macon reunion this weekend! let the frivolity commence!

Photo
Mar
29
2010
Photo
Mar
29
2010

so, i finally got around to reading commencement, which has apparently become a must-read amongst woman’s college grads.  (oh, hey, remember when my college was single sex?  good times….)

the first 2/3rds of the book was fantastic - a true-to-life depiction of the strange but wonderful world of woman’s colleges and the intense but fulfilling friendships that are borne out of such.  it also had a soapy-in-a-good-way look at those first few fragile years out of college, something that hit close to home for me.

BUT the last 1/3rd of this book was truly the worst.  i’m not sure how many radical feminists j. courtney sullivan knows (as a smithie grad, one would assume a fair amount) but the novel’s twist just seemed to be an unrealistic exploration of the very serious issues of prostitution and sexual exploitation.  plus the cloying third-act pregnancy “hijinks” were enough to make me want to stab my eye out.

my recommendation?  read it but don’t finish it.

so, i finally got around to reading commencement, which has apparently become a must-read amongst woman’s college grads. (oh, hey, remember when my college was single sex? good times….)

the first 2/3rds of the book was fantastic - a true-to-life depiction of the strange but wonderful world of woman’s colleges and the intense but fulfilling friendships that are borne out of such. it also had a soapy-in-a-good-way look at those first few fragile years out of college, something that hit close to home for me.

BUT the last 1/3rd of this book was truly the worst. i’m not sure how many radical feminists j. courtney sullivan knows (as a smithie grad, one would assume a fair amount) but the novel’s twist just seemed to be an unrealistic exploration of the very serious issues of prostitution and sexual exploitation. plus the cloying third-act pregnancy “hijinks” were enough to make me want to stab my eye out.

my recommendation? read it but don’t finish it.

Link
Sep
3
2009

Rating Colleges By Their Contribution to the Social Good

Women’s colleges are standouts by the Washington Monthly criteria, with four among the top 10.

makes me le sad. where was all this good press for women’s colleges when r-mwc was going co-ed?

(via jezebel)

Video
Aug
19
2009

i went to an all women’s college. i know about some lady kisses.

[that’s gay]

Quote
May
18
2009

"Our college is a place of bricks and mortar, yet she lives on inside each one of us. She has made us powerful, intelligent, caring, spunky, passionate and tenacious. She has made all of us Macon women."

jackie’s address to the graduating class of 2009 of my alma mater.

this makes my heart smile.

Audio
May
1
2009

Reblogged from copycats :

copycats:

Don’t Stop Believin’ by PTL
originally by Journey
(via devincastro)

this makes all things better. lurve.



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Jun
3
2008

erin comes home from italy today :)

color me totally pumped!

erin comes home from italy today :)

color me totally pumped!

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