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>>Heck, when I was a Business Management major in college (1974-1978), my
>>told me to take shorthand and typing classes, because "a woman in business
>>to know those skills."
Oof...when I was in high school (1969-1973) I was branded a trouble-maker
for taking typing class. And I was the only boy in the room. Boys didn't
need to know how to type. Smartest thing I ever did though. And I *REALLY*
took some heat for enrolling in home ec. That was useful too, although I no
longer remember all the cuts of bee
>>Fortunately, my women's college was in a five-college consortium
>>so I could take classes on any campus---I ended up taking almost
>>all my classes at the all-male college down the road or the co-ed
Heh, I went to a college that was in a five-college consortium (I guess it
was a consortium...they used to talk about the five-college this and the
five-college that) from 1974-1978 also, and most of my classmates (I went to
one of the co-ed colleges) were out getting high, or looking for something
to protest after the Vietnam war had ended).
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