I have been reading PAW for over 60 years. For many years it was rather light and shallow and I would leaf through it rather quickly. In more recent years it has become more substantive and thoughtful, and I devote a good deal more time to reading it. As its future unfolds, I hope the “substantive and thoughtful” aspects remain.

Marc Fisher ’80’s page in the July/August issue includes the following: “An independent board has proven to be a vital guarantee that a magazine’s editor, not university administrators, direct coverage.” Continuing on that path seems very important.

Quentin Quereau ’60
Cleveland, Ohio