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Apr. 7, 2010

Vol. 110, No. 11

Tigers (still) in love

In response to: Tigers in love

By John Wilheim ’75

Published in the April 7, 2010 issue

I read “Tigers in Love” with special interest (Alumni Scene, Feb. 3). My wife and I were something of trendsetters in this area. We met as undergraduates in the fall of 1972, and soon decided we would marry upon graduation in 1975. Then, in the spring of 1974, we realized that...

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In support of Petraeus

In response to: Petraeus *85 *87, Leach '64 headline Alumni Day

By Frank Schaffer ’45

Published in the April 7, 2010 issue

Congratulations to the wise alumni of Princeton who selected Gen. David Petraeus *85 *87 for the annual Madison Medal (Alumni Scene, March 17). As a future president, Gen. Petraeus is a man all Americans could be proud of, in contrast to the inhabitants of that office the last...

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A conservative's views

In response to: A moment with...

By Theodore Folkman ’96

Published in the April 7, 2010 issue

Princeton has more than its fair share of distinguished and serious conservative public intellectuals. Was it important to devote a page to Andrew Schlafly ’81 (A Moment With, Feb. 24)? Web users can judge for themselves, but my quick look at Conservapedia’s treatment of what I...

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Biblical statements and political stances

In response to: A moment with...

By The Rev. Michael O’Connor ’77

Published in the April 7, 2010 issue

I very much appreciate the Q & A with Andrew Schlafly. I applaud his suggestion of using “original intent” to understand the Bible. So often a reader reads a Bible, little realizing that it had an original audience who may have understood its message differently than what a 2010...

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Learning about B.C.E. and C.E.

In response to: A moment with...

By Bert B. Katz ’74

Published in the April 7, 2010 issue

I found it amusing to see Andrew Schlafly cite the use of B.C.E. and C.E. as proof that Wikipedia is “an atheistic and liberal resource.” I learned about the use of B.C.E. and C.E. in Hebrew school. I had no idea I was attending an atheistic and liberal religious ­institution.

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