Pillbox

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100 years ago
February 13, 1907
Staffwriter Ryan Hamilton wrote a scandalous review of our nation’s phone-sex hotlines. For research, Hamilton hit up some 1-900s, including the one for “Mistress D! Obey now, slave!” Hamilton was overwhelmed by the soothing Mistress D, who claimed that everything she could do for him would be “very painful.” I’d continue, but I have to make a call...

50 years ago
February 12, 1957
Married students, who constituted a large percentage of the student population, were asked to fill out their marriage questionnaires. Normally, Did You Know would condone the practice of marriage or limiting your mojo to the ones you love. But in the sex issue, all we can say is, "Boring!" There's something to be said for playing the field.

25 years ago
February 16, 1982
Dr. Tom Allen hosted "Sex: From Egg to Adult," a seminar on human sexuality. (No, we are not making this up.) The seminar, which even included an educational slide show, must have been steamy, as the success was said to be evident in the "audience's enthusiasm and curiosity." Apparently the session was powerful; everyone left feeling satisfied.

10 years ago
February 3, 1997
Staffwriter Ryan Hamilton wrote a scandalous review on our nation's phone-sex hotlines. For research, Hamilton hit up some 1-900s, including the one for "Mistress D! Obey now, slave!" Hamilton was overwhelmed with the soothing Mistress D, who claimed that everything she could do for him would be "very painful." I'd continue, but I have to make a call...

5 years ago
February 4, 2002
Not everyone is fortunate enough to put the sex issue to practice. In light of this, an article listed ideas on what to do during, what is to them, a depressing Valentine's Day. Suggestions include catching one of the numerous shows being put on by the drama department, or catching a ballet in center city. All great ideas, but it still doesn't match up to the greatest activity to do by yourself: masturbation.

1 year ago
February 13, 2006
From Crime and Incident: Campus Police received a report from Student Life concerning a student who was assaulted in the University Center. Two students were arguing — the fight ended when one eventually threw a wireless microphone at the other. Only one question remains: Was that a microphone in his pocket? Or was he just excited to be in the UC?