In Response to: Hidden Princeton

The “Hidden Princeton” feature (Oct. 24) is fascinating, and Ricardo Barros’ photographs are wonderful (the snow-removal photo reminds me of a Franz Kline painting — his composition is a delight, with the three bicycles and rack on the upper right providing stark lines and a sense of scale, the fence running along the top edge offering a straight yet rhythmic border; it’s like a piece of inked type blown up 1,000 times). The range of activities and contributions covered in this thoughtful piece really does boggle the mind, and I can’t help but be further in awe of Shirley Tilghman’s stewardship and leadership of this magnificent organism called Princeton. Thanks, PAW, for giving us this intriguing new window — please keep it up!

Allen Scheuch ’76