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Oct. 22, 2008

Vol. 109, No. 3

Vindictive, or wounded?

In response to: The Brutus of the conspiracy

By Edward F. Duffy

Published in the October 22, 2008 issue

In “The Brutus of the Conspiracy” (feature, Sept. 24), W. Barksdale Maynard ’88 chronicles the sad demise of the close friendship between two of Princeton University’s former presidents, Woodrow Wilson 1879 and John Grier Hibben 1882. He points largely to the undeniably dramatic...

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A lack of hospitality

By Robert Wright ’97

Published in the October 22, 2008 issue

As a Southerner (born in Alabama, raised in Texas), I was saddened to learn the details of the recent football game at The Citadel in South Carolina. In particular, the cadets’ treatment of the Princeton University Band failed to live up to traditions of Southern hospitality. I...

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A Citadel apology

By Clarence C. Hutto

Published in the October 22, 2008 issue

I would like to pass on my sincerest apologies to everyone associated with Princeton University for the dishonorable treatment you received while visiting The Citadel campus for the football game between our two schools. The actions of the individual cadets, alumni, and Citadel...

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Kudos for ‘Final Scene’

By Richard Weed ’59

Published in the October 22, 2008 issue

The “Final Scene” (Sept. 24) in the Alumni Weekly is a great idea! Please continue it.  

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Providing dedication and levity

By Charlie Bergen ’07

Published in the September 24, 2008 issue

“Recent incidents at the Citadel have reminded us yet again of what an awful institution that the Princeton University Band is.  All they do is irritate and incite others to violence, and I for one think it should be stopped.” Admittedly, I made up that statement, but I have...

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