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Diagram of a 1983 Auburn student

Fashion features were go-to page fillers for the Glom as the plaid of the 70s slipped into 80s denim or whatever, but this two-page spread in the 1983 edition labeled “A COMPOSITE STUDENT: An (Un-?) Typical Look at Auburn’s Student Bodies” was the first to actually diagram the his ‘n’ her style of Auburn Student Spirit(s).

Shaker? He hardly knows her…

Related: Auburn Student Housing Stereotypes from 1991.

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