Nothing makes college more official than having a student ID. It was 1988 when these unidentified Princetonians lined up for their pictures in Dillon Gym. The 1,135 new freshmen (692 men and 443 women) were greeted at Opening Exercises by University president Harold Shapiro *64 — a newbie himself, having just been selected president the previous semester — who urged them to vary their interests and have fun. “No one can be a genius 24 hours a day,” he said. Perhaps some readers can name these students.