Rice Institute students on beach
William M. Rice Institute students at the beach. They are wearing bathing suits, and there are crates of botted soft drinks on the ground, as well as a number of large metal basins. Cars are parked on the sand behind them and other beachgoers can be seen in the background, as well as the ocean in the distance. The photograph was originally in a scrapbook. "Apr 55" is typed at the top of the photograph. Original resource is a black and white photograph.
Carolyn Dearmond graduated from Rice Institute in 1958 with a B.A. in English. As a freshman she experienced the "rush" for Rice literary societies and became a member of the Owen Wister Literary Society. She was also selected for the freshman court of the Rondelet. She enjoyed attending Rice dances and football games as well as the First Methodist Church. In intramural athletics she competed on the swim team, winning in the 75-yard medley relay and the 50-yard freestyle event. She was selected as a candidate for the 1955 Beauty Section by the Campanile staff.
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