Take it from former U.S. Comptroller General Chuck Bowsher: Hookups were harder to come by in his day.
It was a whole different campus in the 1940s and '50s, when the future Ronald Reagan appointee was here.
“We used to go to beer places like Kam´s when we had dates," he says. "Of course, the (male-to-female) ratio was 3 to 1 then. You really had to work to get a date.”
As accomplished alums go, Bowsher is near the top of the heap. Among his other claims to fame:
— Being inducted into the Accounting Hall of Fame in 1996.
— Serving as Assistant Secretary of the Navy from 1967 to 1971.
— Running point on the Government Accountability Office’s efforts in health care reform, the savings and loan crisis and the federal budget deficit.