100 YEARS AGO, AMERICAN WOMEN COMPETED IN INTENSE VENUS DE MILO LOOKALIKE CONTESTS

In February 1916, two prestigious northeast American liberal arts colleges engaged in a spirited war of words, goaded by the media. The conflict, between Wellesley in Massachusetts and Swarthmore in Pennsylvania, did not pertain to academics, admissions, suffrage or sporting teams. They were fighting over which college’s female students most closely resembled the Venus de Milo.

 

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