Making friends, outside of a club
Published on April 6, 2011
With regard to selective club membership, I should note that I was one of the very few members of my class who were not selected for membership in a club. I was relegated to eating in the dining halls for four years where I also worked, thus saving a lot of money on top of my tuition scholarship. However, I had no lack of friends, both with club members and other classmates in the dormitory and in the classroom.
As a fourth-generation Princetonian I have no regrets regarding my Princeton attendance – even without female classmates!
Robert B. Dodd ’49
CURRENT ISSUE: Apr. 6, 2011
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