By People Staff
Updated April 23, 1999 12:00 AM

Goldie Hawn joyfully revisited her psychedelic go-go dance from her “Laugh-In” days as she accepted Harvard’s Hasty Pudding Woman of the Year award. Flanked by male Harvard students dressed in drag, Hawn was driven Thursday through Harvard Square in a BMW convertible en route to the awards ceremony and traditional roast. There, the Academy Award-winning actress earned the coveted brass pudding pot after fielding questions about her movies from tuxedo-clad Harvard students. And Hawn, 53, easily slipped into the go-go dance that made the bubbly blonde famous in the late 1960s on “Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In.” “Don’t ever lose this joy for life and this humor that lives inside of you,” Hawn told the crowd. “That smile sometimes lies dormant, but it never goes away.”