Freshmen hazing on Rice Institute campus
Four freshmen students wearing various costumes as part of a hazing ritual. One student is dressed as a wrestler, two are wearing dresses and hats, and the fourth student is wearing a robe and a beret. Two of the students are carrying books. The students are standing outside on a dirt road with a Rice building in the background. The photograph has a decorative border. Original resource is a black and white photograph mounted on a black background.
Hazing among men at Rice Institute was present from the beginnings of the school up until the 1950s, when the residential college system was put into place.
Citable link to this pagehttps://hdl.handle.net/1911/71138
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