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"The class of 1961, going out into the decade of the "soaring sixties" has a changing and tension ridden world to face....
The member of the Class of 1961 faces a greater challenge than has ever been faced before... In President Kennedy's Inaugural Address, he spoke directly to the youth of the nation, to this generation, challenging them to take them to an active part in the world around them. And probably the statement that has had the most effect on the college graduate this year has been his declaration of ask not what this country can do for you, but rather what can do for this country. This is the challenge to be met by the Class of 1961. "
(from the Foreword of the 1961 Bugle)
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The Bugles seen in the collage above are covers from three of the earliest yearbooks. They are from top to bottom: 1900, 1897 and 1898.
Digital Library and Archives would like to thank Digital Imaging for their assistance in digitizing the Bugle.