In the fall of 2002, Rebekah Nathan, a 55-year-old anthropology professor looking to become more "crazy in a good way," enrolled in her own university. She moved into the dorms, hung a cutesy message board outside of her room, and chatted on Instant Messenger, using plenty of smileys. Soon after, she "got busted for drinking." She hoped her illicit can of beer would win over the other students on the floor, who appreciated her friendliness (she joined in on all hallway events, including games of Twister and meetings about protected sex) and also found it a... More >>>