A toast to Murphy's Pub, where the future senior VP of AMC Entertainment was a regular in the 1990s.
“I think it’s probably the first place where I used a fake ID," Madhu Southworth ('98) says. "I was so nervous.
“My friends and I had many, many nights there talking about school, life at campus, music we loved and likely the musicians we were in love with.
"I remember going there the night that I was crowned homecoming queen — I had led a silent protest with my king, Dorian Warren, by wearing a T-shirt with an empty face of a Native American chief that read ‘Racial Stereotypes Dehumanize.’
“No matter which side of the debate you were on, we caused quite a stir. I remember sitting at Murphy’s that night like a fly on the wall listening in on all the conversations happening around me about what happened that afternoon.
"No one knew it was me.”