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Sept.14, 2011

Vol. 112, No. 1

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By BRIAN BONNYMAN ’85

Published in the June6, 2012 issue

Re From the Archives (April 25): This is from spring 1982 in front of 1915 Hall. It was the only all-male dorm on campus at that time, and these are some of the residents. From the foreground moving back, the sunbathers are Kent Ertugrul ’85, Dave Ramsay ’85, Pete Stebbins...

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By ANNA LOVEJOY ’96

Published in the October5, 2011 issue

Re the April 27 From the Archives photo: It was taken in August ’93 during Tigression Beach Week in Rhode Island. Front row, from left, are Soumya Prasad ’96, Kathryn Beaumont Murphy ’96, and Kate Taylor ’96. Back row, from left, are Katherine Dawson ’94, Isabella Califano...

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By Debbie (Drogin) Kelly ’73

Published in the September14, 2011 issue

Re From the Archives (May 11): The shaggy guy in the middle of the front row is Mark Cohen ’73. I’m sitting to the left of him. I’m pretty sure that the person visible between the outstretched arm and the bare toes is Janice Cuny ’73. The three of us, along with Barry Nobel...

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By Martin Schell ’74

Published in the September14, 2011 issue

I was in Ze’eva Cohen’s early classes at Princeton and recall “To Dance is To Live,” but I’m not among the onlookers in the photo. The dancer at left, whose face is clearest, is probably Claire Schub ’74 *86, now a professor at Tufts. If you had a color version that showed...

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