The Tata-Naka girl didn't actually like high school. Reality could never live up to her over-active imaginings based off of teen movies set in the 1950s. Is it so wrong for a girl to dream of getting pinned? Now in college she reconciles herself to life in the real world, or at least life in preparation for the real world by making zines using vintage images and nostalgic poetry. Her first credit card purchase was a letterman jacket, because who needs the captain of the football team when you've got a $1,000 credit limit?