J. Rogers Woolston ’55

The “That Was Then” photo, above, in the April 20 issue brought back memories. I am sure I had dinner in Commons that evening. However, the meal was never referred to as Viennese roast. It was always “mystery meat,” and it seemed to be on the menu frequently. I was pleased to see that the undergraduates were wearing jackets and ties, which in those days were obligatory, even in Commons. Are they still required in any dining facility for any meal?

Editor’s note: Students may dress up for class or club events, but there are no centralized dress requirements.

Charles A. Warder ’55
Greenville, S.C.