PAW published memorials for 569 alumni in 2023, and in this issue, we reflect on 13 of those lives, the impact they had on Princeton, their families, and the world. We also remind you that the University will pay tribute to students, alumni, faculty, and staff members whose deaths were recorded last year at the Service of Remembrance on Alumni Day, Feb. 24.

Sylvie Bajeux *79: ‘A Revolutionary,’ She Fearlessly Fought for Haitian Human Rights

Hodding Carter III ’57: He Brought ‘A Million Gigawatts’ to Newsrooms, Briefing Rooms, and Classrooms

Gregory Allen Howard ’74: He Pushed Hollywood to Make Movies About Racial Issues

Jackie Jackson ’78: ‘How Lightly She Wore the Mantle of Greatness’

James Mastaglio ’98: A Basketball Star Who Touched Lives On and Off the Court

W. Jason Morgan *64: ‘The Last Person Who Knew Everything’

Jay Pottenger ’71: He Stood Up for All People, and Showed Students How to Do It

Alfred D. Price ’69 *75: An Architect Who Built an Unmatched Legacy in Buffalo

Richard Riordan ’52: Much More Than a Politician, Defining Him Was Impossible

Richard Shallberg ’54: From Banjo to Farming, He Was ‘Always Trying Something New’

Hilary Tann *81: A Composer Who Brought the Experience of Nature to Song

Luis Torres ’87: A Real Life Superman, He Was of Service Following 9/11, Church Scandal

John E. Walsh ’80: His Historic Election Wins Were Matched by Personal Selflessness