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April 6, 2005: From the Archives


“In the spring a young man’s fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love,” wrote Alfred, Lord Tennyson. That spring-is-in-the-air feeling is captured in this photo of two couples walking across campus in 1969. Female students on campus would become a familiar sight in the fall of ’69, when coeducation began at Princeton. Can any readers identify these students — or find a pair of those old white knee socks lurking in their own closets? end of article