Published online November 30, 2016
I was so impressed by the recitation, in the Oct. 5 Class Notes, of my ’66 classmate Jim Timbie’s remarkable four-plus decades of arms-control service to our country, that I wondered why PAW’s editors hadn’t thought it merited a “particularly noteworthy” paw print. This caused me to look to see what achievement by the alumni they did find particularly noteworthy. The answer: nothing at all!
I call it an editorial microaggression.