In Response to: Princeton Portrait: He Returned To Die in Paradise
Reading the July/August PAW, I shed a tear at Elyse Graham ’07’s deeply moving Princeton Portrait piece about the death of George Edwards 1889, and his transition into Paradise. Then I shed tears of glee as I belly-laughed through Mark Bernstein ’83’s pun-larded report about the Class of ’87’s attempt to break the Hustle world record.
While the rest of the magazine brought me extremely useful information about Reunions, alumni relations, and other important University matters, these two pieces of writing really elevated my day. Praise to both authors, and thank you, PAW, for publishing writing of this quality.