In 1965, a college education was no longer a get-out-of-jail free card for the Vietnam War.
Frank M. Snowden III ’68 was the first black student to join the Spee—or any final club—at Harvard.
Timothy F. Leary and Richard Alpert continued to influence Harvard for years to come, sparking debates on the role of psychedelics on campus and helping to bring 1960s drug culture to the forefront of national consciousness.
Graham, the son of famed Washington Post publisher Katharine Graham, knew from a young age that he would take the reins and lead the Post one day. The newspaper had been in his family since his grandfather bought it in a bankruptcy sale in 1933.