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Esme Gregory, human resources assistant at the Institute for Social Research, who with her boyfriend owns and shows her eight Friesian mares and stud

“There’s horses where you say, ‘That probably won’t work,’ and there’s the ones where you say, ‘I need that horse.’”

— Esme Gregory, human resources assistant at the Institute for Social Research, who with her boyfriend owns and shows her eight Friesian mares and stud

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U-M Heritage

Since its founding, the mid-year social event that became known as the Junior Hop, then simply and universally as J-Hop, had swelled into a glittering three-day-and-night festival. But nearly a century later in 1960, the future of the event was up the Student Government Council, who had a lot of history to consider.

J-Hop’s rise and fall

Since its founding, the mid-year social event that became known as the Junior Hop, then simply and universally as J-Hop, had swelled into a glittering three-day-and-night festival. Nearly a century later in 1960, the future of the event was up the Student Government Council, which had a lot of history to consider.

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