A Tip of the Cap to Memorial Union

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The ‘Transcendent Tower’ online exhibition on the Memorial Union brings to mind traditions and stories. Like the Old School tradition of tipping your cap when passing through the arch of the Memorial Union, our memories and stories help to re-member our community and continue building the symbolism of the Memorial Union. Please share yours with us…

One Response to “A Tip of the Cap to Memorial Union”

  1. Gilmore Stone says:

    I don’t recall how I learned the “tipping the cap” tradition, but I remember vividly being habitually late for my chemistry class and sprinting thru the arch from across campus. A baseball cap usually adorned my scalp and usually remained clutched in my hand the rest of the way to the classroom.

    Very nice exhibit – particularly for us veterans

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