April 16, 2009 Volume CXXV Issue 10

Opening the vault: A glimpse into Georgetown’s past

These decades-old CEP cards appear virtually indistinguishablefrom the ones used today.

These decades-old CEP cards appear virtually indistinguishable from the ones used today.

The happiest old man in the world.

The happiest old man in the world.

The ancient altar to the Chancellor of Winter.

The ancient altar to the Chancellor of Winter.

Apparently, grass has never grown next to the studentcenter.

Apparently, grass has never grown next to the student center.

This student proudly displays the first G-Card ever printed.

This student proudly displays the first G-Card ever printed.

Georgetown made the decisionto switch to plastic mugs long ago, discardingthe leftoversin a brutalmanner.

Georgetown made the decision to switch to plastic mugs long ago, discarding the left overs in a brutal manner.

Georgetown gets its first keyboard, allowing them tofinally utilize the computers they had purchased.

Georgetown gets its first keyboard, allowing them to finally utilize the computers they had purchased.

Englishand Historystudents mayrecognize thismoldy growthin PawlingHall, capturedhere almosttwo decadesago.

English and History students may recognize this moldy growth in Pawling Hall, captured here almost two decades ago.

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