Hats in the Spirit of President's Day


President's Day is typically eclipsed by other, more remarkable holidays. However, two miniature hats adorning the iron fences along Garden Street tell a different story.

Vicky Y. L. Ge '12 stumbled upon the crocheted cuties on her way back from the Agassiz Theatre yesterday afternoon.

"I almost walked past them the first time, but these two tourists were taking pictures of them with their iPhones," Ge said. "I thought, how cute, someone took the time to celebrate President's Day, just to make people look twice."

Considering their resemblance to two of our famous presidents's headwear—a top hat for Honest Abe and a white wig to represent our nation's first president, George Washington—these two were were likely created in honor of President's Day.

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