Creative-arts students intently craft reclining figures under the tutelage of Princeton’s longtime sculptor-in-residence, Joseph Brown, in this undated photo. Brown came to the University as its boxing coach in 1937, began teaching a sculpting course in 1938, became a full professor in 1962, and retired in 1977. Best known for his sculptures of athletes, Brown, who died in 1985, was honored with a ­Reunions-weekend exhibit at Dillon Gym on the 30th ­anniversary of his retirement. Can PAW readers identify these students — or say if any of them have continued sculpting?