Also, you could only buy three beers the whole night with a wrist band. I guess it gets a little rapey around there after the fourth beer. In what I think is a metaphor for a Vanderbilt
Overall it was a negative experience
During the late 1960’s and early 1970’s Vanderbilt students, faculty, and administrators went to great lengths to increase the amount of contact the school had with the Nashville community. One example of this community outreach was the student-formed “Free University” which offered instruction to Nashville residents in topics ranging from short wave radio to the arts. The “open campus” policy also resulted in many Nashville residents taking part in Vanderbilt campus events such as the implementation of the Rites of Spring Music Festival in 1971.