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Feb. 24, 2010

Vol. 110, No. 9


The start of the P-rade

Published in the July 7, 2010 issue

John Hutton ’82 painted this scene in gouache of the start of the P-rade after ­returning home from attending the 60th reunion of his father, John W. Hutton ’50. The artist, an art history major at Princeton, is chairman of the art department at Salem College in Winston-Salem,...

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A generous example

By Clint Montague ’09

Published in the July 7, 2010 issue

I recently had an experience with an alumnus whose generosity stands as an example of how we all should hope to be as members of the Princeton alumni community. I was traveling to Paris to visit my sister who was going to school there, and was scheduled to depart after one week....

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A soccer success

By Elton R. Petersen ’48

Published in the May 12, 2010 issue

There is quite a story re: Bob Bradley ’80, the head coach of the U.S. World Cup soccer team. PAW mentioned him recently (Tiger of the Week, Oct. 14), but for those who know soccer at the World Cup level, Bob’s elevation to that post — from his start in Princeton’s soccer...

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Schedule tougher teams

By James Yan ’09

Published in the February 24, 2010 issue

As an avid college basketball fan, I was surprised to see a blog entry on Yahoo! Sports arguing for Cornell’s legitimacy for an at-large bid for the NCAA tournament after its close loss to Kansas. Regardless of the argument, it’s still surprising to see Ivy League schools such...

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Invite Darwish again

In response to: In Brief

Published in the February 24, 2010 issue

The withdrawal of the speaking invitation to Nonie Darwish (Notebook, Jan. 13) is a sad event for Princeton and for the cause of free speech. I agree completely with the Jan. 13 letter from George A. Pieler ’73 and Stephen C. Carlson ’73, former presidents of Whig-Clio. Along...

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