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Feb.†8, 2012

Vol. 112, No. 7

BUZZ BOX: Kim *93ís reform ideas for schools win support

In response to: The education of Earl Kim *93

Published in the February†8, 2012 issue

Readers voiced their support at PAW Online for Earl Kim *93, superintendent of a New Jersey school district, whose role in the battle over education reform was profiled in the Dec. 14 issue.† “Those in New Jersey who don’t like Earl Kim *93 don’t like him because he has the...

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The University and Wall Street

In response to: For most, business as usual despite Wall Street protests

By AARON HARNLY ’99 and AARON MICHELS ’00

Published in the February†8, 2012 issue

When we were at Princeton, we often were reminded that Princeton’s motto is “In the nation’s service and in the service of all nations.” Despite this ideal, we realize that to many within and outside the Orange Bubble, Princeton symbolizes something much less noble: greed, ...

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The University and Wall Street

In response to: For most, business as usual despite Wall Street protests

By RUSS STRATTON ’60

Published in the February†8, 2012 issue

Completing both a call to my broker and my third Chivas, I began to consider PAW’s piece, “For most, business as usual despite Wall Street protests” (On the Campus, Dec. 14). Although the drink was excellent, I had forgotten to remove the silver spoon and almost choked on it;...

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The University and Wall Street

In response to: For most, business as usual despite Wall Street protests

By ROCKY SEMMES ’79

Published in the February†8, 2012 issue

There is something disconcertingly disingenuous in economics professor Elizabeth Bogan rationalizing the desire to participate in “allocation of resources” as a major reason that financial services are among the most popular of employment options for Princeton seniors, while...

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The University and Wall Street

In response to: For most, business as usual despite Wall Street protests

By RICHARD M. WAUGAMAN ’70

Published in the February†8, 2012 issue

What a relief to read the comments by Professor Stanley Katz in the Dec. 14 On The Campus column! However, the same column left one with the unsettling impression that Princeton exists to serve and to perpetuate the 1 percent, and that current undergraduates have no problem...

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