During the festive week of Reunions and Commencement, Princeton was particularly photogenic, as you may have noticed from our July 10 cover and the dozens of images inside the magazine. There are even more photos available online, including a gallery of selections from PAW’s annual reader-photo contest. Many thanks to all who participated and contributed to our colorful coverage of these memorable events.
– Marilyn H. Marks *86, editor
- Watch P-rade highlights and a time-lapse view of the procession.


What is the most important thing you learned at Princeton? What was your best day? Who had the greatest influence on your experience? Listen to what 15 graduates had to say. WATCH
Also online: More photos from Commencement. VIEW
Members of the Class of 1978 spoke with PAW at Reunions and recalled their student days, both good and bad. Excerpts from each interview are posted at PAW Online. VIEW 

Richard Etlin ’69 *72 *78 writes about “the subtle but profound rapport between a professor and his or her students in the context of a lecture,” an element that may be lost if more colleges adopt online learning. READ MORE
In the final Rally ’Round the Cannon column of the 2012-13 publication year, Gregg Lange ’70 looks at the seven undergraduate alumni who preceded Christopher Eisgruber ’83 as Princeton presidents. Also available as a podcast. READ MORE or LISTEN


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A list of graduate and undergraduate alumni deaths recently reported to the University. READ MORE

Highlights from the July 10 issue:

Reunions! Reunions! Reunions! Princeton’s big bash.

Words to live by During Commencement week, the messages can be humorous or serious.

A wonderful life For nearly seven decades, Butler Tract has formed a happy domestic ­backdrop for ­students — not bad for “temporary housing.”

Eight selected as trustees New additions include alumni from education, finance, law, medicine, and nonprofits.