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May†16, 2012

Vol. 112, No. 12


Authorís Query

By Daniel Buck

Published in the October†21, 2015 issue

In 1910, while serving at the U.S. Legation in La Paz, Bolivia, Alexander Benson 1894 was involved in an attempt to identify two American bandits who had been killed in southern Bolivia two years earlier after robbing a mine payroll. Although Benson did not know it at the...

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Going back: Reunions forum

By Christine E. Brady '79

Published in the July†16, 2008 issue

I’m writing in response to a 2008 Reunions forum, “Immigration: To Legalize or Criminalize?” The question restated: “There are 12 million people living and working illegally in the United States. What do we do with them?”† † Our ability to work out a practical solution with...

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Going back: Reunions

By Tom Carnicelli ’58

Published in the July†16, 2008 issue

Fiftieth Reunion, 2008 The clouds have parted — the P-rade will go on! But not too swiftly. We wait and wait, The fresh mud menacing our white bucks. We are standing in front of Nassau Hall, In the spot where graduated 50 years ago. “The old codgers have to go first,”...

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For the record

Published in the July†16, 2008 issue

A memorial for John Todd Cowles ’34 in the Nov. 5, 2003, issue of PAW misstated the length of his marriage to Toffee Lee Cowles, who survives him. The two were married on May 1, 2002.

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Going back: Reunions as a motivator

In response to: Princeton is my life coach

By Margot E. Levin ’88

Published in the July†16, 2008 issue

Going back: Reunions as a motivator I agree with my classmate Jeff Gordinier ’88 on the role of Reunions as a motivator (Perspective, May 14). However, I would broaden his definition of the “Princeton family” to include local residents, who also have high expectations of the...

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