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Gamma Phi sisters display cards with the name of their sorority in front of some of the college's Spanish Revival buildings.

Standing and newly inducted fraternity members participate in a "tapping" ceremony on the college quad. "Tapping" is a practice begun at Yale University in which collegiate societies hold a public selection of prospective members.

A photograph of students on the Quad, with a corner of Frese Hall at right. Caption on back of photograph reads "the Brentwood clique of Phi Omega Alpha".

A scene of students lounging and passing the time upon the campus quad. View is taken from the site of present-day Remsen Hall, looking north with some of the campus' Spanish Revival buildings and Klapper Hall in the background.

Theta Nu sorority sisters line up on the quad in identical outfits modeled after Robin Hood, including mock bows and arrows.

Sisters in the sorority Theta Nu stand on a snowy quad, playing and posing with wind instruments.
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