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Apr. 25, 2012

Vol. 112, No. 11

Remembering

Remembering Dan Gardiner

By JACK FRITTS ’56, SLADE MILLS ’56, JIM FREUND ’56, JON WONNELL ’81, MARTY JOHNSON ’81, JEAN TELLJOHANN ’81, LEON SKORNICKI ’06, and THE FAMILY OF DAN GARDINER ’56

Published in the July 11, 2012 issue

We write on behalf of ReachOut ­56-81-06 and the family of Dan Gardiner ’56, our longtime ReachOut chairman. Sadly, Dan passed away May 15. We want to call attention to Dan’s splendid contributions to the Princeton alumni body and to the University itself. For the past...

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A debt of gratitude

By THERÍ PICKENS ’05

Published in the July 11, 2012 issue

I recently went back to Princeton and, while I was there, I visited some professors and staff who helped shape my time as an undergraduate. When at Forbes, I found out that Carole Sutphin, a Forbes dining-hall worker, had passed away recently from a sudden illness. I was...

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A Kaufmann memorial

By RICHARD CHRISMAN ’65

Published in the June 6, 2012 issue

For a memorial Professor Walter Kaufmann, who taught in the philosophy department more than 35 years until his untimely death in 1980, I am soliciting from his colleagues and students, graduate and undergraduate, recollections of him as a teacher and scholar. My idea is ...

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Okada mourned as mentor

In response to: In Brief

By CHRIS SEDGWICK ’07

Published in the June 6, 2012 issue

I was heartbroken to learn about the loss of Professor Richard Okada of the East Asian studies department (Campus Notebook, May 16). He was an intellectual idol for me and, I suspect, for countless others around him.  I had the honor and good fortune to have Professor Okada...

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Lessons from Princeton’s history

By Harold L. Crane ’40

Posted on Apr. 18, 2012

In the fall of 1936 I moved into 5 North Middle Reunion, a dreary apartment with two narrow rooms, one containing a fireplace that once had heated the entire apartment. In 1938 I acquired a congenial roommate a pleasant apartment at 21 North West with a large living room...

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