Current Issue

Apr. 6, 2011

Vol. 111, No. 10

Doug Elmendorf ’83, testifying before the Senate Budget Committee in January.

Deficit disorder

Alumni experts weigh in on the nation’s budget gap

Published in the Apr. 6, 2011, issue

The lawmakers who enact the federal budget work in marbled splendor on Capitol Hill. But just a few blocks away the Congressional Budget Office, which analyzes those budget figures and ensures their integrity, is tucked away on a middle floor of the...Read more

Budget politics

Mitch Daniels ’71 won fans and enemies for cutting Indiana’s budget — is the federal budget next?

Published in the Apr. 6, 2011, issue

If Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels ’71 decides to seek the Republican presidential nomination next year — and he remains coy about his intentions — he would have to win over crowds like the one that packed the ballroom of the American Conserva­tive Union in...Read more
 Clockwise, from top left: Ellen Kahn Rampell ’75 and Catherine Rampell ’07;   Elizabeth Hay Haas ’76 and Laura Haas Davidson ’06;   Linda Brantley Bell Blackburn ’71 and Akira Bell Johnson ’95;   Arlene Pedovitch ’80 and Rebecca Kaufman ’11

Not your mother’s Princeton

Alumnae mothers and daughters recall what has changed – and what remains the same

Published in the Apr. 6, 2011, issue

Half a century ago, Princeton admitted its first female degree candidate: graduate student Sabra Follett Meservey *64 *66, in the Depart­ment of Oriental Studies; not until 1969 would women enroll as undergraduates. This month — April 28–May 1 — the campus...Read more
CURRENT ISSUE: Apr. 6, 2011