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'''JT's Date''' is a common piece of graffiti written in various locations across the [[College of William & Mary]] campus and the city of Williamsburg. However, the meaning behind the graffiti is unconfirmed. Many stories also link the graffiti to various [[fraternities]], usually [[Sigma Phi Epsilon]].
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'''JT's Date''' is a common piece of graffiti written in various locations across [[William & Mary]] campus and the city of Williamsburg. However, the meaning behind the graffiti is unconfirmed. Many stories also link the graffiti to various [[fraternities]], usually [[Sigma Phi Epsilon]].
  
 
==Material in the Special Collections Research Center==
 
==Material in the Special Collections Research Center==

Latest revision as of 16:16, 9 September 2019

JT's Date is a common piece of graffiti written in various locations across William & Mary campus and the city of Williamsburg. However, the meaning behind the graffiti is unconfirmed. Many stories also link the graffiti to various fraternities, usually Sigma Phi Epsilon.

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