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Feb.6, 2013

Vol. 113, No. 7

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BUZZ BOX: Alumni recall links to the Class of 1925

Published in the February6, 2013 issue

Gregg Lange ’70’s Dec. 12 column at PAW Online that offered a fond farewell to the Class of 1925 after the death of the last surviving class member, Malcolm Warnock, drew an appreciative response from PAW readers.

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Veterans on campus

In response to: Princeton trails Ivy peers in enrollment of veterans

By ANDREW PICKENS MILLER ’54

Published in the February6, 2013 issue

I was not surprised to see the headline “Princeton trails Ivy peers in enrollment of veterans” (Campus Notebook, Dec. 12). What was surprising was the text that followed. Amid speculation about why veterans are shunning Old Nassau, the elephant in the room was ignored. Why...

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Veterans on campus

In response to: Princeton trails Ivy peers in enrollment of veterans

By DENNIS A. KELLY ’70

Published in the February6, 2013 issue

As a retired Naval officer and clinical neuropsychologist who currently evaluates and treats post-deployment military personnel, I was disconcerted with the story “Princeton trails Ivy peers in enrollment of veterans.” While Princeton has rightly embraced diversity in its ...

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Veterans on campus

In response to: Princeton trails Ivy peers in enrollment of veterans

By RICHARD J. WALDMAN *71

Published in the February6, 2013 issue

I am dismayed by the extremely poor record of Princeton. At the same time, I am proud to claim my Columbia ’58 B.A. degree and trumpet the fact that Columbia has 247 veterans. I myself was a veteran when I went to Columbia. Stop talking about maybe doing something, and do it....

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Veterans on campus

In response to: Princeton trails Ivy peers in enrollment of veterans

By PETER SUEDFELD *63

Published in the February6, 2013 issue

Only one known veteran among the undergraduates, none at all in the entering class; and if I remember correctly, only five students in the Class of ’12 received commissions through ROTC. Princeton in the nation’s service? Something is lacking.

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