In the A. Scott Berg interview the statement is made that Woodrow Wilson was the only Princeton Nobel Peace Prize winner.

This may be technically correct. But Mark Levine ’66 headed the group that shared the 2007 Nobel Peace prize with Al Gore, and deserves at least a footnote if not full credit. 

Editor’s note: Read more about the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s Nobel Peace Prize at https://eta.lbl.gov/award/2007-nobel-peace-prize and https://www.nobelprize.org/prizes/peace/2007/summary/.

Jon Holman ’66
San Francisco, Calif.