Twelve female students lived in an off-campus house while taking classes with 3,000 male students, paying tuition, taking exams, writing research papers. Critical Language students, we were called “Critters,” and the 1967 yearbook says we were a “pleasant diversion.” Our male counterparts from the same universities could stay on at Princeton to graduate, but we could not. We are still excluded from having our accomplishments reported in PAW and membership in Princeton Clubs worldwide. Time for a change — give us the same privileges as the two-years-later female attendees!
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