If you're looking for a visual effect only, try going into your user control panel (UCP) and in the Board Preferences section select "Custom..." for the "Date format:" field. And then in the PHP date formatting tokens that are presented, change the "Y" (four-letter year) to literally "1984".
So does setting the "Date format:" to include a hard-coded "1984" string achieve what is needed, or does the school project require some more specific behavior in relation to how "1984" is involved?
$user->format_date()function will break any functionality of the board? It will not alter any unix timestamps, which are the ones used for any functionality. The only other thing that has to be accounted for perhaps is the "Joined before" in the "Find a member" page.
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