Some students didn’t think this was enough.
Photo: 1964 Glomerata
Related: The Plainsman’s editorial on the the death of JFK and JFK’s letter to Auburn.
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Ed Middleamas says
Why was Auburn using a flag with 48 stars on November 23, 1963, over four years after Alaska and Hawaii were admitted to the union?
I’m sure it took a good while for all flags to be replaced. Especially larger ones.