Boston Red Sox president and CEO Larry Lucchino watches a video tribute before a baseball game between the Red Sox and the Baltimore Orioles in Boston, Sunday, Sept. 27, 2015.
AP Photo/Michael Dwyer, File

Longtime baseball executive Larry Lucchino ’67, who oversaw innovative ballpark designs in Baltimore and San Diego and helped preserve Fenway Park, died last week in his Massachusetts home at age 78. — The New York Times
Entrepreneur Roy “Trey” Farmer ’93, who was active in alumni groups including the Glee Club Foundation and Queer Princeton Alumni, faces one third-degree felony charge of possession of child pornography after being arrested March 22 at his home on Nassau Street. — 
Alexander Forger ’45, who earned a Bronze Star as a U.S. Army infantry sergeant during World War II, turned 101 in February. — The Examiner News
Sheila Marmon ’94 shared advice gleaned from starting a digital media company as a Black woman, including the importance of networking and remembering that “you are dismantling barriers.” — Fast Company

In the New Yorker newsletter, author and Princeton writing professor John McPhee ’53 said the April 5 earthquake was his first: “I’m ninety-three years old, and I waited ninety-three years for the earthquake.” — Twitter/The New Yorker
Author Jennifer Weiner ’91 has signed with Verve for film and TV representation. Her novel Good in Bed is being produced by Mindy Kaling for Max. — Yahoo! Life
Philanthropist MacKenzie Scott ’92 says she has donated more than $17.3 billion to more than 2,300 nonprofits since 2019. Her net worth is currently estimated at about $37 billion. — The Chronicle of Philanthropy
Talking with CNN anchor Laura Coates ’01, Washington Post critic Robin Givhan ’86 said the polished image of hip-hop that Sean Diddy Combs tried to create with his businesses is faltering amid a federal sex trafficking investigation and civil lawsuits. — CNN

Journalist and Nobel Peace Prize winner Maria Ressa ’86 will be Harvard’s commencement speaker this year. — Harvard Magazine

“…There are two parts to investing. One is doing the right thing. And I’ve sort of described regular investing and index funds [as] the right thing. … And the wrong thing would be to just get swept up in a wave of enthusiasm and where FOMO, fear of missing out means that you then have to go in with all of your money into the thing that is hot.”

— Princeton economist Burton Malkiel *64 offering financial advice. — The Street

Writer and director Greg Dale ’81’s first film, Rules of Living, won the Directors’ Choice Award for Best Feature Comedy at the Sedona International Film Festival. — Sedona Film Festival
Colorado Rep. Ken Buck ’81 left Congress on March 22, earlier than expected. “This place just keeps going downhill. And I don’t need to spend my time here,” he said. — Colorado Public Radio
Fox News host Pete Hegseth ’03 said his new book due out in June, The War on Warriors: Behind the Betrayal of the Men Who Keep Us Free, is about, “How did the military allow itself to be manipulated into going woke?” — Fox News
The trailer dropped for actress Brooke Shields ’87’s new Netflix rom-com, Mother of the Bride, due out May 9. — Good Morning America

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