I felt kind of a chill when I saw It, thinking about the students who diedâ€˘.â€˘ Stephanie Sheard see pege 59
How ' bout That Dave Henderson and Lana Stephenson boycott bell bottom jeans. And you won't find them hustling out to buy any more disco albums, either. That's because the '70s are over, and six years into a new decade, America has been reshaped by paisley prints, MTV and Dr. Ruth. For more 'bout fads and fashion in the Eighties , see pages 69-76.
After selling more than a million copies of The Official Preppy Handbook, New Yorker Lisa Birnbach traded her pink polo for a first-class plane ticket to Idaho. Her mission? Meet the people of the Gem state. Discovering upon her arrival that the only ivy at Idaho was poisonous, she jetted back to the Big Apple to scribble an entry in her newest book, Lisa Birnbach 's College Book. " Students at the University of Idaho are straight, " she wrote . "The guys have beards and boots, the women don't shave their legs. Gross! And they all wear Birkenstocks with socks." Contrary to Birnbach's tortoise-shell view of Idaho, the people here were anything but lumber-Jacks-and-Jills. Students like Rod Ristow and Lori Arnot roc ked out to MTV between c lasses . Ethan Dexter dodged Humanoids from the Deep at a swim center dive-in movie. And Wendy Reynolds spent her weekends viewing videos and munching on pepperoni pizza w ith her Campbell Hall roommates. How 'bout that.
lutch l ng umbrellas and outfitted in gloves, students sifted their way to class through the first flakes of October snow.
1986 Gem of the Mountains, Volume 84 - University of Idaho Yearbook