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Apr.22, 2009

Vol. 109, No. 12

Hookup culture letter 'a ray of sunshine'

In response to: The hookup culture

By Herschel R. Phelps Jr. ’53

Published in the April22, 2009 issue

It was like a small ray of sunshine breaking through very cloudy skies to read the March 4 letter from professors Robert George and John Londregan. I commend them for their fortitude in presenting the subject of the hookup culture so succinctly. It does seem that the University,...

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Imposing personal value judgments

In response to: The hookup culture

By Brian Zack ’72, M.D.

Published in the April22, 2009 issue

“The hookup culture” by professors George and Londregan deserves a thoughtful response (particularly their eloquent online letter, rather than the procrustean version required to fit PAW’s 300-word limit). Casual sex in the absence of emotional commitment has become common at...

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Oh, to be back on campus

In response to: The hookup culture

By Richard Olson ’65

Published in the April22, 2009 issue

Reading the letter by professors George and Londregan just makes me wish I were a student at Princeton today!

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Hating (and liking) us

In response to: Hating Uncle Sam

By The Rev. Kenneth E. Lawson s’81

Published in the April22, 2009 issue

As a career U.S. Army chaplain and as the husband of a Princeton alumna (Vera Jesser ’81), I was fascinated read the March 4 feature, “Hating Uncle Sam.” As a civilian minister and then as a military chaplain, I have been around the world and I have seen much of this hatred...

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So why do they hate us?

In response to: Hating Uncle Sam

By Jim Kreder ’60

Published in the April22, 2009 issue

The story on the methodology was quite interesting (“Hating Uncle Sam”). I’d like to see a future article on why we are hated.

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