Rockin` the fohawk

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Rockin` the fohawk
I N D I A NA DA I LY S T U D E N T | W E D N E S DAY, M A RC H 9, 2 0 1 1
PAG E
A VISUAL COLUMN
by Larry Buchanan
Rockin’ the fohawk
in 1860
Thinking about that next hair cut? Take some inspiration from IU’s presidents. Next time you
walk in to Great Clips, bring this page and ask for a “Cyrus Nutt.” From hipsters to handlebar
mustaches, sporting a bit of facial hair makes men look older, more professional and
sophisticated. (But, we all know a few exceptions to this rule.) Here’s a look at IU’s presidential
hair history.
Andrew Wylie
Alfred Ryors
William Mitchel Daily
John Hiram Lathrop
Cyrus Nutt
Lemuel Moss
David Starr Jordan
John Merle Coulter
1891–93
Joseph Swain
1893–1902
William Lowe Bryan
Herman B Wells
Elvis Stahr
Joseph Sutton
John W. Ryan
Thomas Ehrlich
Myles Brand
Adam Herbert
Michael McRobbie
1829–51
1875–84
1938–62
1852–53
1884–91
1962–68
1994–2002
1853–59
1968–71
2003–07
1859-60
1971–87
1860–75
1902–37
1987–94
2007–present
All reference photos courtesy of IU Archives
Buchanan is a senior majoring in journalism and fine art. Every other week, he’ll be using this space to present information visually — like a look at the change in the campus over
four years, or a redesign of Oncourse and OneStart. If you have suggestions or comments, please e-mail them to [email protected] The inspiration for this column came from
a New York Times column of the same style by Christina Christoforou. Thank you, Christina. And thanks to Brad Cook at IU Archives for his help in gathering reference photos.
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