At the Service of Remembrance on Alumni Day, Princeton will pay tribute to students, alumni, faculty, and staff members whose deaths were recorded in 2021. The moving ceremony was held virtually last year because of the COVID pandemic; this year, Princeton planned to return to the service’s traditional home, the Chapel.
In this issue, PAW, too, offers its tribute to those whose lives ended last year. As always, we hope the profiles here provide inspiration, bring back good memories, and remind you of others you knew on campus. We welcome your comments about these Princetonians and others.
The Service of Remembrance takes place at 3 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 19. For more information about Alumni Day, visit bit.ly/alumni-day22.
John Hopkins ’60: An Adventurer and Writer Who Traveled the Globe
Steven Weinberg *57: He Advanced Understanding of Our Universe — for All
Royce Flippin Jr. ’56: The Star Athlete Always Aimed to do the Right Thing
Lawrence Otis Graham ’83: He Wrote About Racism And Living in Two Worlds
Robert B. Hollander ’55: A Magical Teacher Who Saw Students as Partners
Marianna TePaske Daly ’79: She Found Her Calling In Rural Medicine
Herbert Schlosser ’49: A Network Executive Who Made America Laugh
Avron J. Maletzky ’59: A Shy Loner, He Healed Desperately Ill Children
Laurence Desaix Anderson ’58: He Helped Old Enemies To Reconcile
Jonathan Smith ’81: As a Student and Professor, He Moved Others Toward Justice
John H. Williamson *63: A Gifted and Pragmatic Economist Whose ‘Consensus’ Was Misinterpreted
James F. Ridgeway ’59: A Journalist Who Chronicled What Others Ignored
Gary Nash ’55 *64: He Wanted American History To Reflect Us All
John Sacret Young ’69: Scripts, Books, Essays: He Never Stopped Writing