It’s Friday morning ,time for the ’Berg and breakfast near bros. As they ate their syrup-soaked French toast, we soaked in what they had to say about school, football, and love.
“No papers, nofinals, no nothing. Allyou have to do is reada book. Eeeeeasy, man.”
“You have to be adifferent type. You haveto be a different type to play football, man.”
“That’s the best position—you just get to whack people [man].”
Bro 1: “Ec 10.”
Bro 2: “Ec 10.”
Bro 3: “Ec 10.”
Bro 4: “Ec 10.“
"I love you, man.”
Harvard in 1975Over the past few days, we've been pulling snippets from The Crimson archives to commemorate the coming class reunions. You'll see selections from the graduation year of each class celebrating a reunion next week. Today we look back at 1975, the year the Vietnam War ended and Bill Gates founded Microsoft. This ad for Kodak, published in The Crimson in the spring of 1975, highlights still-simmering racial tension, something Harvard was also addressing in a critical review of minority representation in its classrooms.