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Before the break in the strip, the characters were eternal college students, living in a commune together near Walden College, which was modeled after Trudeau's alma mater, Yale.

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Trudeau took a 22-month hiatus, from January 1983 to October 1984.

Trudeau has also displayed fluency in various forms of jargon, including those of real estate agents, flight attendants, computer scientists, journalists, presidential aides, and soldiers in Iraq.

The unnamed college attended by the main characters was later given the name "Walden College", revealed to be in Connecticut (the same state as Yale), and depicted as devolving into a third-rate institution under the weight of grade inflation, slipping academic standards, and the end of tenure, issues that Trudeau has consistently revisited since the original characters graduated.

The Broadway adaptation opened at the Biltmore Theatre on November 21, 1983, and played 104 performances. and Boopsie were living in Malibu, California, where B. was a third-string quarterback for the Los Angeles Rams, and Boopsie was making a living from walk-on and cameo roles. had gotten married, and Mike had dropped out of business school to start work in an advertising agency in New York City.

Elizabeth Swados composed the music for Trudeau's book and lyrics. Mark was living in Washington, DC, working for National Public Radio. Zonker, still not ready for the "real world", was living with Mike and J. until he was accepted as a medical student at his Uncle Duke's "Baby Doc College" in Haiti.

The name "Doonesbury" is a combination of the word doone (prep school slang for someone who is clueless, inattentive, or careless) and the surname of Charles Pillsbury, Trudeau's roommate at Yale University.

Many of the early strips were reprints of the Bull Tales cartoons, with some changes to the drawings and plots.

Doonesbury became known for its social and political commentary.

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