Life at a Girls’ College
“No one ever accused the Smith girl of being dull. She blends work and fun in such happy proportions that to her life is always interesting. She is neither a bookworm nor an idler, but keen intellectual competition and wholesome physical activity combine to bring out all that is best in her. On any bright day the campus is an extremely interesting sight. From dawn til dark it is always full of life. They girls are continually flitting from one building to another, or meeting in groups on the smooth, well kept lawn.”
Doty, Douglas Z. 1897. “Life at a Girls College.” Munsey’s Magazine. September 1897.