n.— «We were ready for Camp Yale 2006. Sophomore year was going to be sick—all the debauchery of freshman year and more. No more boring meetings with college masters, no more fro-cos telling us to get up from the bathroom floor and head to DUH, and a whole new freshman class to meet and greet.» —“Breaking out of New Haven without breaking the bank” by Chris Yergan, James Simmons Yale Herald (New Haven, Connecticut) Sept. 22, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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  1. Charles says:

    When I went to Yale, “fro-co” was short for “Freshman Chorus”. Well maybe that was “fro-cho”.


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