The PRINCETON ALUMNI ASSOCIATION FOR NANTUCKET ISLAND (PAANI) held its 50th consecutive gathering Aug. 8 at the home of Keith Roe ’68. According to PAANI president Andy Cowherd ’74, the 86 attendees included a wide range of Princetonians — from a member of the Class of 1949 to current undergrads. Cowherd is fond of billing PAANI as “Brigadoon: It appears for one night, and then it’s gone, into the mist.” But the group pays dues, interviews prospective students, and supports scholarships and internships. Cowherd says the group would welcome more members, especially those who may be vacationing on the island when the gathering occurs each year at the end of the first full week of August.

Razvan Ghilic-Micu *12
On International Woman’s Day, March 8, the PRINCETON ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF SINGAPORE (PAAS) drew an audience of about 45 for its She Roars Singapore event, which featured panel discussions, a taped welcome message by U.S. Rep. Terri Sewell ’86, a screening of clips from the She Roars gathering on campus, and a discussion with Helena Eu ’74, the first Singaporean alumna. Robert Kraybill ’89, PAAS secretary, who spearheaded the effort, says the event united alumni “around a topic that would build connection back to the University and highlight the fantastic progress the University and its alumnae have made since the first days of coeducation.” 

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