Education: Virginibus Puerisque

Time was when college undergraduates surveyed themselves on such simple questions as war and politics, blondes and brunettes. In the Kinsey era, that is old hat. For the past three years the editors of the Yale Banner, New Haven's yearbook, have been asking students all sorts of personal questions. Last week the Banner flashed the dope about the "Human Yale."

It had found that half the student body had had sexual intercourse and generally more than "once or twice." Fraternity men (62%) were apt to be a bit more experienced than non-fraternity men (45%). One out of ten Yalemen was either married,...

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