Move-In Day Plaid shirts, lamp, pillow from home—check. Tired parent, butterflies—yup, those too. We don't know much about this photo, labeled simply “1982” in our archives, but it seems to us to evoke so much that’s immutable. This year, students hauled their stuff into 49 buildings that encompass 1.6 million square feet of residence halls. Provided: a twin extra long, desk and bookcase, computer networking. Prohibited: candles, pets, and weapons. Things weren’t so different in ’82, even if sound systems were harder to wrangle. The Pembroke Center for Teaching and Research on Women had been founded the year before, helping to inform dialogue about what was then called—no hashtag—the women’s movement. Was she part of it? We’d love to hear from readers who know.