A few days back, I was talking with a friend about the differences between a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degree.
This took me a few years back to when I was finishing up my Bachelor of Science in Business Administration at Dickinson State University.
I remember the horror of finding out the big final test (Major Field Test, pretty much an exit exam) was going to cover the entire program, not just that current semester.
When the time came to take it, I remember no notes were allowed and we were to take it under close supervision.
Things get fuzzy.
1967 magazine ad for General Mills Bugles, Daisy•s and Whistles… and Canada Dry Ginger Ale sorta.
Bugles are still around, but I totally missed out their snack siblings — “Whistles – a cheddar-flavored corn product in the shape of a whistle and taste like grilled cheese on toast, only crunchy; and Daisy*s – a flower-shaped snack that had the flavor of puffed popovers.”
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