PHOTO: SAMEER A. KHAN

Malcolm Warnock ’25, Princeton’s oldest alumnus and a fixture at the front of the Old Guard during the P-rade at Reunions, died Oct. 9. He was 107. A retired lawyer from Maplewood, N.J., Warnock was a member of the orchestra and Glee Club during his undergraduate days. He received the Class of 1923 Cane, given to the oldest returning alum at Reunions, a record eight times (2001, 2006–12). Thomas Meeker ’56, who knew Warnock, said Princeton was “vital” to the older alum. “When we would go over to visit with him, we would always look at the Alumni Weekly together.” At the Old Guard luncheons at Reunions, Meeker said, “no matter where you sat, you could hear Malcolm’s voice above all others.”