Rough's Day

Rough’s Day, one of Stanford’s oldest traditions, put on notice

In the wake of autumn rowdiness, Rough’s Day, in which men caricatured the messy, uncivilized, misogynist Roughs of the pioneer classes, earned one last chance to continue as an undergraduate tradition. To prevent future abuses, the Men’s Council set new rules including no class cutting, no men wearing women’s clothes, no annoying of women or faculty, and no Rough’s Day activities on the Quad.