Posing nude while in college has sparked controversy beginning in the late 1930s. My e-book looks at female students, once known as coeds, who went to great lengths to pose nude for art classes and magazines. One of them was dismissed as a drawing model even though she had in her possession a professional modeling card. Another young woman wanted to run for student body president at Stanford University while working as a topless dancer in a nightclub. Student disturbances ignited by naked models and photos occurred in Michigan, at Wayne, in New York, at Syracuse, in Madison, Wisconsin, at UW and in Gainesville, at the University of Florida.