Editors Note: This is the first in a series of posts on London teen culture, past and present, to celebrate our UK premiere at the BFI London Film Festival Oct 10-13.
Posts Tagged: College
Dorm Living – Then and Then
Some things change, some things stay the same.
Princeton Snowball Fight of 1893
Three Princeton Sophomores pose post-battle. Brutal. Maybe there were rocks in those snowballs?
The world is your stretching mat! Students at Sangamon State University touch their toes and reach for the sky in Marian Levin’s Movement Class.
Alive & Kicking
Springtime home movies! The frolicking students of Maryland Institute College of Art in 1986.
A Murder of Crows
“Coraliza” was recorded in 1988 by A Murder Of Crows, the music project of 19-year-old Elliott Stillwater-Rotter, later known as Elliott Smith, and Garrick Duckler.
Bryn Mawr Babes
A recently graduated Bryn Mawr senior has been trolling her archives and collecting gems from the college’s storied past on a tumblr, Vintage Bryn Mawr.
Tip it, Frosh!
Syracuse University has archived the unsavory life of a SU Freshmen.
Co-ed proms (women only) were not uncommon in the 1920s, often the big social event of the season.
University of Virginia, Humanities Classroom, Charlottesville, VA 1986.