Computer monitor screens were smaller, keyboards were larger, and eyeglasses were huge in March 1985, when this photo was taken in Jadwin Hall. According to archivists, these computer-science students are pictured in the physics department. Their matching T-shirts feature the logo of the Massive Memory Machine Project (MMM), which began at Princeton around 1983 and studied how very large amounts of memory would change the way problems were solved. Can any PAW readers remember the occasion for the photo or the students pictured?