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An economic life

From the classroom to the White House dining room, professor Alan Blinder ’67 has unusual clout
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Schoolhouses rock

In today’s education-reform ­movement, ­alumni lead the charge
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The history teacher

Gary Nash ’55 *64 works at a university, but his heart is in the schoolhouse
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'Funny Princeton': Add your voice

This issue of PAW offers special opportunities for readers to contribute to the "Funny Princeton" theme. We'd like to hear from you.
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Humor me

Satirist Jeff Kreisler ’95 aims to be the thinking person’s comic
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Homecoming

Terri Sewell ’86 traveled from Alabama to Princeton and back again — and made history along the way
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Brave new world

At the Center for Information Technology Policy, dismembered voting machines are just the beginning
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The poet as politician

Rex Lee Jim ’86 believes Navajo pride and self-determination begin with language

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