Seeing Princetonians featured in The New York Times is nothing new, but in the last few days the Gray Lady has seemed particularly orange and black. Here are a few of the alumni stories PAW noticed, with sections in brackets. Add your own links in the comments below. A Q&A with Alex Gansa ’84 and Howard Gordon ’84 , co-creators of the Emmy-winning TV series Homeland , explored the influences and politics behind the writing process. [ Magazine ] “It’s not as easy being Meg Whitman [’77] as Meg Whitman might have expected,” the Times opined in a profile of the Hewlett-Packard CEO. [ Business ] Fifty years after his creation, Spider-Man has brought his crime-fighting skills to Brooklyn, with help from writer Stuart Moore ’83 . [ N.Y./Region ] According to George Hirsch ’56 and Amby Burfoot, recent fabrications from a pair of high-profile distance runners contradict the spirit of the sport. [ Sports ] Native Americans “have always been part of how America defined itself,” wrote David Treuer ’92 , but the legacy is filled with contradictions. [ Opinion ] PBS’ documentary Half the Sky , featuring Sheryl WuDunn *88 , Mikaela Beardsley ’92 , and Jamie Gordon ’92 , is “thoroughly edifying, handsomely produced and buoyed by brave, resilient people fighting for basic equality,” according to a Times reviewer. [ Television ]