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Emory students don't pack into a football stadi-
um and yell about the school. The spirit of Emory
is more personal and is reflected in pride in indi-
vidual achievements rather than in cheering. We
came to Emory for a good education and for prep-
aration for graduate and professional schools, and
we spend most of our time pursuing these inter-
ests. The atmosphere sometimes gets competitive
and even cut-throat as we each try to attain that
top position, and we may get discouraged and be
led to believe that the typical Emoroid is into
himself and that no school spirit exists.
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a spirit even though it may differ from other
schools. While we are basically out for ourselves,
we are all in this together, and this sense is what
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The campus that the class of '82 leaves on
graduation day will not be the same Emory that
greeted the 900 eager freshmen on Sept. 13, 1978.
In fact, a quick glance back just one short year
relives the opening of the Cannon Chapel, the
groundbreaking for the new gym, the plans for a
new dorm on Haygood Drive, the opening of the
Depot pub, and the conversion of Dobbs Hall to a
As these buildings slowly grew up around us,
we learned a new route from the frat houses to the
Chem building, and we eventually began to ig-
nore the roar of the bulldozers. The progress
hardly attracted a second glance, but then sud-
denly we noticed the completion of a small part of
the structure, and we caught ourselves daydream-
ing of the finished product. Even though most of
us won't be here in 1983 to play tennis on the roof
of the gym or relax in the central lobby of the
University Center, we still feel that sense of pride
in the growth of our campus.
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