Ever wonder how Dr. Seuss got his name? Birthed Theodor Geisel, Dr. Seuss was a member of the 1925 Dartmouth class, but after being banned from extracurricular activities for drinking, he adopted his now well-known pen name so he could keep working on the college humor magazine. Dartmouth must be a pretty happening school, though, because the movie Animal House was based on Chris Miller's (Dartmouth '63) real college experiences, too. Next time you catch a party at the Big Green school, make sure you're sporting a retro Dartmouth tee from Tailgate.
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