In Response to: Never Going Back

Thanks for sharing Greg Conderacci ’71’s marvelous recollections of a pivotal period in Princeton’s history that dramatically changed the course of both the University’s and America’s history (“Never Going Back,” July 11). I would love a series of recollections (perhaps in the form of memoirs) that recall how the aftermath of events in 1968 brought sweeping change (e.g., campus protests, coeducation, affirmative action, student-faculty relations, “town-gown” relations, community outreach, “Princeton in the Nation’s Service,” etc.) to the heart of what today is represented by a Princeton University education.

Perhaps the current officers of the classes of 1968 to 1972 could collaborate with the Alumni Council to reach out and compile memoirs on that pivotal period in Princeton’s history from their classmates.

John T. Mavros ’71
St. Petersburg, Fla.