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The Year in Review: A note to the reader.

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If this year were to be summed up in a word, that word would have to be something like "retrenchment." Certainly, in a year when the biggest story to hit the papers dealt with a guy who gets canned for cooking some vegetables too early, or some guy who gets to be president of a major University by holding up a can of vegetables, or when some vegetable and his wife defraud Harvard Law School, or, indeed, when a bunch of wilting females decide to revert to prehistory by forming a new finals club, you know the Revolution just isn't getting any closer. It's enough to make a vegetarian cringe. Even the Pusey Library's gone underground...Well, maybe things'll shape up next year--we tend to think they won't--but at least we've got one small consolation: We're all in this together, baby.

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