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Mar. 21, 2012

Vol. 112, No. 9

Building misidentified

In response to: An online trove of historical campus scenes

By DAVID KEDDIE ’04

Published in the March 21, 2012 issue

In a Campus notebook story in the Feb. 8 issue, a photo is captioned: “A snowstorm circa 1890 keeps horse-drawn snowplows working in front of Blair Arch.” The photo is actually of the juncture of Little Hall with the old University Gymnasium, which burned down in the 1950s....

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Remembering Borgerhoff

By GEORGE PITCHER

Published in the March 21, 2012 issue

Cornelia Borgerhoff was an assistant dean of the graduate school from 1968 to 1979. She died recently (Campus Notebook, Feb. 8), and I am to speak at her memorial service. I would be grateful to hear from former graduate students who in any way were helped or aided by Dean ...

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In defense of Teichberg ’96

In response to: A Moment With...

By MARK DALLAS ’96

Published in the March 21, 2012 issue

The editorial assault on Vladimir Teichberg illustrates a disappointing intolerance among some fellow alums (five attacks, all graduates from the 1970s). Ad hominem attacks are so self-satisfying, but none of the authors seriously address the issues Teichberg raises. It...

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In defense of Teichberg ’96

In response to: A Moment With...

By HAROLD J. BURSZTAJN ’72

Published in the March 21, 2012 issue

Some of the letters (Inbox, Feb. 8) in response to the thought-provoking interview of Vladimir Teichberg ’96 (A Moment With, Dec. 14) included thoughtful analyses both criticizing and supporting Teichberg’s political perspective. Alas, among the published letters there were...

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Truth-seekers on campus

In response to: President's Page

By LYNN MCADAM ’79

Published in the March 21, 2012 issue

While reading the initial paragraphs of the President’s Page on “Religious Diversity at Princeton,” I felt negative vibes welling up within me once again. Unfortunately, when I read PAW, I often am humbled by the accomplishments of those featured, not to mention the enormous...

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