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Mar.21, 2012

Vol. 112, No. 9

Unforgettable restaurant memories

In response to: Off-campus eateries: Here today, chain tomorrow?

By Colin McAneny ’52

Posted on Mar.19, 2012

Browsing through the Feb. 8 issue of PAW, I happened on the two-page pictorial spread, “Off-campus eateries: Here today, chain tomorrow?” Talk about memories! I was a “townie,” although I lived on campus during my four undergraduate years. So my acquaintance with Renwick’s...

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Regards to the Jannarone/Kemper family

In response to: Funny Girl

By Nancy (Ross) Pritchard p’07

Posted on Mar.19, 2012

I am the proud mother of Princeton alumnus Brendon Pritchard ’07. When my son’s Feb. 8 issue of PAW came in the mail, imagine my surprise when I read the wonderful article on Ellie Kemper ’02 – I did not know she is a Princeton grad, and I also noticed something that caught my...

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A network of friends

By Kevin M. Cronin ’07

Posted on Mar.19, 2012

As a member of the Class of 2007, I have been fortunate enough to haveexperienced firsthand how close-knit is the network of family and friends that defines Princeton alumni. The most recent example of these acts of kindness occurred recently as I was looking for a place to...

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Another carrels tale

In response to: After six decades of thesis use, Firestone removing metal carrels

By Bob Ober Jr. ’58

Posted on Mar.19, 2012

Can’t resist describing one encounterwhileworking on a senior thesis bearingon the USSR.A classmate (andearlier schoolmate), Arthur Yorke Allen ’58,looked over my shoulder and spieda townnamed Shitka on a Russianmap I had hungin mycarrel, oneI shared withDick Carls...

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Social Security's winners and losers

In response to: The reality of Social Security

By Bruce Graham ’82

Posted on Mar.19, 2012

In his Feb. 8 letter, Stuart Hibben ’48 makes the following “true”statement: “Over its history, the Social Security Administration has taken in more … than it has paid out ...” Bernie Madoff, early in his Ponzi scheme, could have made an exactly analogous “true”statement. The...

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