Excerpt from Sub Turri, 1918, Vol. 6
It is no ordinary year in which the Class of Nineteen Eighteen leaves Boston College. Other classes have left Alma Mater at times when great crises have confronted the world, but none have ever received their degrees under circumstances li... ke those attendant upon our graduation. It is not for us to dwell upon the greatness of the issues involved in this stupendous world con¿ict or upon the magnitude of the task lying before us; we doubt if any voice or pen can ever adequately express them. It is not for us to tell of these world conditions, but rather of their effect upon our class.
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