In Response to: Adventures in Fine Hall

The article on Fine Hall and its association with the Institute for Advanced Study (feature, Jan. 10) was fascinating, but Richard Feynman *42 was not one of Arthur Stone *41’s fellow mathematicians. 

The Flexagon Committee was the sort of thing he would participate in, and it would be natural for the denizens of Palmer Lab to socialize next door at Fine Hall, but Feynman’s degree was in physics (he studied under John Wheeler). 

Stanley Kalemaris ’64
Melville, N.Y.