For many of the alumni in attendance, Reunions 2013 provided an opportunity to bid farewell to President Shirley M. Tilghman, who will leave Nassau Hall at the end of this month after 12 eventful years in office. With that in mind, PAW has devoted much of the June 5 issue to exploring what the Tilghman years have meant for Princeton, in everything from academics to architecture. We invite readers to add their views to the conversation in the comments at PAW Online.
– Marilyn H. Marks *86, editor


See our first look at the colorful P-rade in four galleries from student photographer Lizzie Martin ’14, and share your own images in our reader-photo contest. VIEW
Gregg Lange ’70’s column strolls on the four campus walks named for Princeton presidents. Also available as a podcast. READ MORE or LISTEN


Charles Scribner III ’73 *77 examines a life and career that alternated “between success and setbacks like the alternating current of major and minor keys in a Mozart symphony.”  READ MORE
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A list of graduate and undergraduate alumni deaths recently reported to the University. READ MORE


Highlights from the June 5 issue:

The Tilghman years PAW looks back at what has changed.

A moment with ... Curator Don Skemer on F. Scott Fitzgerald ’17 and Gatsby.

Asian-American studies Backers see hopeful signs.

Live, from Princeton, it’s Friday night! David Drew ’14 hosts a late-night talk show.

Perspective Jeff Chu ’99’s journey of faith and humility.

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