“We freeze, try love, and graduate,” February 1946

Sometimes people ask me how we can have more commencements than we have years as a going concern. It was the war, pushing through two classes of naval engineers each year:

Bonus: Sometimes I wonder if they do this stuff just for me.

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1 Response to “We freeze, try love, and graduate,” February 1946

  1. George Webb says:

    What a neat poem! Evidently it was adapted to some degree from the Harvard Lampoon. I wonder how much of it is an original Tice composition?

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