What’s new at PAW Online: Jan. 16, 2012

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Many of the stories in our new books-themed issue deal with the present and future, from the new tastemakers to the changing role of libraries. And we ask you to look back – specifically to the books that made an impression on you when you were a student. Share your memories in the comment box here or send an email to paw@princeton.edu. A selection of responses may appear in a future issue of the magazine.
– Marilyn H. Marks *86, editor
 
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Paul Katz *85, James von Klemperer *83, and Joshua Chaiken ’82 *85 of the architectural firm KPF have helped to design some of the world’s tallest skyscrapers. VIEW
 
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In his regular history column, Gregg Lange ’70 cracks open the 1896 novel A Princetonian, written by the illustrious Col. Jim Barnes, Class of 1891. READ MORE Also available as a podcastLISTEN
 
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Students explained the joy of reading for pleasure – when time permits – after PAW visited the Mathey book group’s late-November meeting. WATCH
 
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Fitzgerald scholar Anne Margaret Daniel *99 w’86 reviews a recent production of Gatz, the word-for-word play drawn from The Great Gatsby. READ MORE
 
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Brothers Desaix Anderson ’58 and Buford Anderson ’62 celebrate art and culture with a new gallery in their hometown of Sumner, Miss., population 310. READ MORE
 
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