Names in the news: Slaughter on work-life balance, Daniels’ next job

i-cb871462d587ce5377455ff9e2535dd3-wb_alumni.jpgPrinceton professor and former State Department official Anne-Marie Slaughter ’80’s Atlantic cover story on “why women still can’t have it all” sparked debate and commentary online. [The Atlantic]
Departing Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels ’71 has found his next job: He will become the president of Purdue University. [Indianapolis Star]
Major League Soccer rookie Antoine Hoppenot ’12 scored a timely goal to lift the Philadelphia Union to victory in the U.S. Open Cup. [Philadelphia Inquirer]
Nick Martin *63, a former Hungarian water polo player who defected following the 1956 Olympics and eventually became a college professor, was profiled in a Sports Illustrated history feature (written by Alexander Wolff ’79). [Sports Illustrated]

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