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Nov.†16, 2011

Vol. 112, No. 4

BUZZ BOX

Published in the November†16, 2011 issue

Readers drew their own lessons from the Sept. 14 Perspective package in which 11 alumni and faculty members explained what we’ve learned from the events and aftermath of 9/11. In a comment posted at PAW Online, LEANNE TOBIAS *78 praised Christopher A. Kojm *79’s “wise words”...

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Rain: Relentless Lee

In response to: OA trips cut short by deluge from tropical storm

By Nan Moncharsh Reiner ’77

Published in the November†16, 2011 issue

In re the truncated Outdoor Action activities as the result of Tropical Storm Lee (Campus Notebook, Oct. 5), a sympathetic word from northern Virginia, where my neighborhood got 15 inches of rain in a relentless five days: You sidled up disarming, Lee, not acting too...

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Conservative values

In response to: GOP forum puts national focus on professorís conservative group

By Redmond Finney ’51

Published in the November†16, 2011 issue

It was a most welcome and pleasant surprise to read in the Oct. 5 Campus Notebook section about the activities of McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence Robert George. Especially in light of the heavy liberal bias that exists on the current Princeton administration and faculty,...

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Conservative values

In response to: GOP forum puts national focus on professorís conservative group

By Fred Holzweiss ’54

Published in the November†16, 2011 issue

There has been a trend over the years in PAW that is perhaps best illustrated in the Oct. 5 issue. You seem to refer to people as “conservative” when that is the case. That’s fine. But nowhere in the magazine do you refer to any others as “liberal.” In the article on ...

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The grad-student experience

In response to: Assessing a renewed focus on grad students, alumni

By Ron Fredrick ’55

Published in the November†16, 2011 issue

What’s all this fuss about a lack of grad-student cohesion with the rest of the University (letters, Oct. 5)? For the 1954–55 Triangle show, Tunis, Anyone?, one of the lead roles — that of government lawman J. Edgar Westinghouse — was filled by grad student John C. Macrae ...

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