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Arriving freshmen make their way onto Old Campus. President Richard C. Levin and Yale College Dean Richard H. Brodhead formally greeted the members of the Class of 2004 at the Freshman Assembly on Sept. 2 in Woolsey Hall. See more photos of Move-In Day.
By tradition, first-year students at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences formally mark their passage into the school's ranks by signing the official register.