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Maisy Callahan

From the archives: Nov. 27 – Dec. 3

In December 1982, University officials ruled that Easters revelries would no longer be held on University property, including all fraternity houses, due to the increased risk of alcohol-related injuries and vandalism. The weekend was described as “a major spring bash, full-throttle, overdrive” and “the greatest party and the country.”

From the archives: Nov. 6 – Nov. 12

Michael Ludwick, who was the president of the fourth-year class at the time of this article’s publication, wrote this “Viewpoint” letter about the dangers of over-drinking. Ludwick, who had recently lost a friend to alcohol abuse, warns students away from participating in the traditional "fourth-year fifth."

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