Colleges: A Point in Time at Wellesley

To connoisseurs of the East's fabled "Seven Sisters" women's colleges, Wel lesley girls stand out as a bit odd, at least as seen in stereotype. They are not given to the long hair, bulging book bags and breathless brilliance found at Radcliffe. They lack the Junior-League-socialite attitude of Smith. Vassar's ear nest, do-gooder zeal eludes them; nor do they share the compulsive egalitarianism of Barnard students. They are neither so muscularly athletic as the Bryn Mawr girls nor quite so country-sweet as the Mount Holyoke lasses. Their distinguishing characteristic, in short,...

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