Due to Lack of Interest, Tomorrow Has Been Canceled

Due to Lack of Interest Tomorrow Has Been Canceled When Irene Kampen returned to the University of Wisconsin as a year old undergraduate she discovered among other things Saul Bellow wrote Herzog Or did Herzog write Bellow A magic marker was abso

  • Title: Due to Lack of Interest, Tomorrow Has Been Canceled
  • Author: Irene Kampen
  • ISBN: 9780385057332
  • Page: 334
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  • When Irene Kampen returned to the University of Wisconsin as a 45 year old undergraduate, she discovered, among other things Saul Bellow wrote Herzog Or did Herzog write Bellow A magic marker was absolutely necessary because when taking lecture notes you had to put a mark through a particularly important note so that when you were studying you would know it was a partiWhen Irene Kampen returned to the University of Wisconsin as a 45 year old undergraduate, she discovered, among other things Saul Bellow wrote Herzog Or did Herzog write Bellow A magic marker was absolutely necessary because when taking lecture notes you had to put a mark through a particularly important note so that when you were studying you would know it was a particularly important note Her old sorority house had been converted to the Ayn Rand Co educational and residential eating co operative house There wasn t quite as much room on the walls of those Hallowed Halls for the ivy since the student underground had taken to leaving messages like Due to lack of interest, tomorrow has been canceled.

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    1. Fun read about a 45-year-old mom and author who decides to go back to college for one semester to the University of Wisconsin; she only had 6 (or was it 7?) credits to complete to get her diploma. She ended up sharing an apartment with a "typical" 60s student, who had all sorts of extremely eccentric friends who were there all the time. Ms. Kampen kind of stretches the credulity when she describes these teenagers; I know it was the mid-60s but they couldn't have ALL been this strange. However, I [...]


    2. This is the story of 40-something Irene Kampen's return to the University of Wisconsin to complete the six credit hours she requires to finish her degree in journalism. Kampen left the University of Wisconsin in 1943, returing in 1968 at the height of campus radicalism. This book is a fictionalized version of her true life experiences. She has created some interesting and amusing characters and provides a gentle satire of "the generation gap" and university life in the 60s. She also deals with s [...]


    3. This is a seemingly true story about the author, Irene Kampen, going back to college to finish that last semester and graduate from college. It is set in 1968 and things are definitely different from when she left in 1943. After all, 1968 is the "hippie" time frame and students are in to peace and love. And it doesn't seem to matter that she is 45 in this book, she still has to abide by the unmarried students rule and has to get a letter from her mother saying she can live off campus.All in the [...]


    4. Very glad that college registration and the attitude of it's administration is different than the mind-boggling nonsense Mrs. Kampen had to navigate. Very funny tale of Kampen going back to school to get the degree she left in 1943. Now in the middle of the 1960's, Kampen's college experience is quite entertaining. The snaffoos she encounters with the undeviating registrar and counselor are irritating and get tiresome (surely they would make an exception to the parental approval for off-campus l [...]


    5. Delightful tale of a 40-something woman returning to the University of Wisconsin to finish up her degree in journalism. Kampen was a comedy writer who was a co-creator of the last of Lucille Ball's series, so this book is a mix of fact & fiction. It is hilarious to see this woman integrating herself into the late 60's campus life of protests, free love, etc. Read it for fun, you can get through it in an afternoon.


    6. Clever, funny. Open-ended finisht a big fan of left off endings. It was written in the 1960's, but I could easily relate. Which is kind of weird. I think this is more about mature people in an immature venue than old people in a young person's college.


    7. One of the rare books that I found to be laugh out loud funny. Very fast read. It was a great find at a garage sale or library sale, I can't remember which but I got it second-hand. The title was just too intriguing to walk away from!



    8. I really enjoyed this book! Well-written, easy to follow, and interesting insights The only thing is that the very end (last few sentences) of the book felt rather unclear.Recommend!!



    9. A wry observation of college life in the late 1960s by a "non-traditional student" - a woman who nearly graduated 25 years prior (early 1940s), but got married instead. It is interesting to read her reactions to the experience. However, I found it to have no plot and no character development. It was a rather unthinking commentary: a rant, if you will. I'm not entirely sure what she hoped us to take away from the experience.


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