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Susan Patton Find a Husband

Ring Before Degree?

Jill Jacinto | Posted 11.30.2016 | Style
Jill Jacinto

Are there any smart men out there left to marry? According to divorced Princetonian Susan Patton's book, Marry Him by Choice, Not Chance, they aren't. Her book explains that all the good smart men are found in college. She advises women to first focus on finding a good partner in marriage and then a career. What do you think? While a lot of her tips are archaic I do see some truth in her statements.

Hunting for a Husband: Does the Princeton Mother Know Best?

Jess Carbino | Posted 05.18.2014 | Women
Jess Carbino

By having more experiences with different partners, young women can make more informed choices about what they want from a romantic partner. Choosing a husband later may be especially beneficial because most young people have yet to fully form their own identities.

Why We Can All Relax and Ignore the Princeton Mom

Sara Eckel | Posted 05.14.2014 | Women
Sara Eckel

It appears there is no quicker or easier way to get yourself showered with media attention than to say something mean and disempowering to women -- bonus points if the women are single.

Claire Fallon

The 10 Worst Pieces of Advice From Princeton Mom's Book | Claire Fallon | Posted 03.24.2014 | Women

Susan Patton, also known as “The Princeton Mom,” first caught the public eye in March 2013, when she published a letter to the editor in The Daily...

Why Advising Women to Marry Young Insults Men Even More Than Women

Cathy Reisenwitz | Posted 04.27.2014 | Women
Cathy Reisenwitz

Maybe instead women should insist on a man who will settle for nothing less than a woman who will dazzle his friends, whose ego is inflated, not threatened, by having ensnared a challenging, exciting, intellectually curious woman.

A Different Take on Sex in College

The Brown Daily Herald | Posted 11.09.2013 | College
The Brown Daily Herald

The closest you can come to "right" is to do exactly what makes you feel most empowered, while remembering there will always be an argument as to why your approach is wrong.

Susan Patton Is Back

Nina Bahadur | Posted 06.22.2013 | Women
Nina Bahadur

Though of course we're all free to disregard her advice, her viewpoint is divisive and -- to the many students, graduates, and other women her message has reached -- infuriating.

A Letter to College Women: On (Not) Finding Your Husband

Cristina Lara | Posted 06.08.2013 | Women
Cristina Lara

Where are the op-eds encouraging men to find their wives in college? Or the op-eds advising men to "be nicer," because the last thing they want is to graduate at 22 sans girlfriend? Those articles, my female friends, don't exist. The very idea of those articles sounds laughable.

James Taranto Didn't Tell The Truth

Margaret Wheeler Johnson | Posted 06.02.2013 | Women
Margaret Wheeler Johnson

The entire project of educating women has been about the discovery of new and different truths.