Bonner devoted most of his life to studying cellular slime molds. He published 20 books on their behavior as well as on broader themes in evolutionary biology — the last of which, Randomness in Evolution, was published when he was 93. He received an honorary degree from Princeton in 2006.
IN MEMORIAM: BEN PRIMER, former associate university librarian for rare books and special collections, died Feb. 11 in Princeton after a long illness. He worked in the University Library for 25 years, beginning in 1990 as the curator of public-policy papers and then for a decade as University archivist, expanding access to Mudd Library’s holdings and widening its collections. He served as associate university librarian from 2002 to 2014, playing a role in planning the Firestone Library renovations and invigorating the Friends of the Princeton University Library.