I found it disappointing that both the interviewer and Dr. Deborah Prentice referred to “Christmas” when discussing the possibility of moving fall exams to before winter break — particularly following the question about the new provost’s former role as co-chair of the Trustee Ad Hoc Committee on Diversity. And for added irony, in the print issue, this interview directly followed the profile of Nusrat Ahmed ’17, the first Muslim class president. I’m so proud of the ways Princeton has worked to be a more diverse and inclusive institution. I hope PAW will work harder to reflect that important mission.

Oona Miller Hanson ’97
Studio City, Calif.