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Dec. 14, 2011

Vol. 112, No. 5

BUZZ BOX

Published in the December 14, 2011 issue

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Greek life at Princeton

In response to: President's Page

By Gaetano P. Cipriano ’78

Published in the December 14, 2011 issue

Each individual student is going to associate with his or her friends and people with whom he/she feels comfortable and shares common ground. Students will do it in eating clubs, they will do it informally in their rooms and at parties, and they will freely choose ...

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Greek life at Princeton

In response to: President's Page

By William Robinson ’51

Published in the December 14, 2011 issue

Editor’s note: The following is an expanded version of a letter published in the Dec. 14, 2011, issue of PAW. President Tilghman’s Oct. 26 PAW column on Greek life at Princeton is rife with factual inaccuracies. Yet it is the basis for what she hopes, come the fall of 2012, will...

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Capitalism and risk

In response to: A moment with... Jonathan Levy, on capitalism

By Paul Matten ’84

Published in the December 14, 2011 issue

Professor Jonathan Levy may be correct that only the federal government can act on the scale needed, given the unfortunate scope of our recent financial crises (A Moment With, Oct. 26), but he seems to ignore some salient points. Not only has our government done a very poor...

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Reporting grad-alumni news

In response to: Assessing a renewed focus on grad students, alumni

By Jim Anderson *63

Published in the December 14, 2011 issue

I read with interest the PAW article (Campus Notebook, July 6) and letters (Oct. 26) about increasing grad-alumni participation in Princeton. They provoked conversations with friends who received graduate degrees at non-Princeton institu­tions: “How would characterize...

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