A friendly oasis
Published on January 19, 2011
I enjoyed living in Wilson College for my freshman and sophomore years. It was a friendly oasis in what seemed a very intimidating place, and where I made some lifelong friends. A few years ago, while visiting my nephew at Princeton, I wandered over to my freshman dorm, 1915 Hall. I had forgotten the inscription for the dorm, memorializing a young Princeton man who had lost his life in war, and I was reminded of the Princeton motto and how I had taken that meaning to heart ever since.
Janet Stotsky ’81
CURRENT ISSUE: Jan. 19, 2011
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