The Oct. 25 issue of PAW just arrived, and I was enjoying learning more about the new Lewis Arts complex. The aerial view of the neighborhood was enlightening until I noticed a major faux pas. The oldest building, the anchor building — the one that was named in honor of one of Princeton’s greatest athletes, who is in both the Football Hall of Fame and the Hockey Hall of Fame (he was one of the first nine inducted and the only American), and in whose honor the NCAA named its annual award for the best male hockey player — is misidentified as the MacMillan Building. 

What the puck! It’s the Hobey Baker Memorial Rink, aka Baker Rink, home of the men’s and women’s ice hockey teams. Hobey Baker 1914 deserves more respect. Someone in the PAW office needs to spend some time in the penalty box for unsportsmanlike conduct.

Editor’s note: Thanks to several readers who pointed this out. PAW regrets the error and promises in the future to “Make Hobey Proud,” in line with the motto of the men’s team.

Larry Sanford ’72
Princeton, N.J.