Bourjaily, Vance
October 1960
New Yorker;10/1/1960, Vol. 36 Issue 33, p40
The article discusses the author's experience in college. He confessed that the most characteristic thing he did in college was to get drunk. He did not go to Yale University, but he always talked about Yale University the way as if he went there for school. He is always caught in school smoking and violating other rules. He mentioned some people who gave him advice about school and life.


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