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The Web 1984 "Rush"
The Web 1984 "Rush"
This photo collage of Greek Rush from The Web 1984 features a photo in the top right of two Sigma Alpha Epsilon brothers at the "annual Kamikaze party" wearing headbands with the Japanese flag on them. Japanese kamikaze pilots made suicidal crashes to destroy enemy targets in World War II, and these pilots often wore headbands known as hachimaki with the Japanese flag on them.
Virginia Baptist Historical Society, The Web (1984): 171. Available online via the UR Scholarship Repository.
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“The Web 1984 "Rush" ,” University of Richmond Race & Racism Project, accessed February 6, 2023, https://memory.richmond.edu/items/show/2778.