What’s new at PAW Online: April 23, 2012

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Alumni often communicate with PAW – and with each other – through letters to the editor. While we don’t have space to print all the letters and emails that we receive, many of them find a home online. Click here to browse a dozen Web-exclusive letters posted with the current issue, on topics that range from diversity to green design. 
— Marilyn H. Marks *86, editor
 
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This issue’s On the Campus column looks at the student colony near New South – home to a Princeton Atelier course that hosts student-led projects and visiting artists. Video contributor Vivienne Chen ’14 spent a day at the colony in March.
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Dillon Gym is home to a nationally ranked table tennis team – recognized by those who know the sport but mostly overlooked on Princeton’s campus. PAW contributor Jonathan Lin ’13 profiled the team before its recent trip to the collegiate championships.
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Jeff Kuperman ’12 is a talented playwright, choreographer, and videographer. His senior thesis blends all three skills in an original production, scheduled to debut this week.
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The Woodrow Wilson School’s undergraduate concentration will soon be open to all students who meet a new set of prerequisites. Gregg Lange ’70 believes that’s good news for Princetonians who aim to be “in the nation’s service.” Also available as a podcast.
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Our PDF version is a great option for tablet users. Try it out and send your feedback to paw@princeton.edu.
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HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE APRIL 25 ISSUE:
  • Crisis Contrived Professor Douglas Massey *78 says that most of what we think about Mexican immigration is wrong.
  • Hidden Treasure You never know what you will find in the depths of Firestone Library – here are some of the surprises.
  • Campus Notebook Tough penalties suggested for frosh-rush ban violators, a record low for the admission rate, new architecture dean named, a campus pub update, and more.
  • Perspective Criminal justice – A view inside the courtroom, by Benjamin West ’01
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