What’s new at PAW Online: June 4, 2012

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Do you have great Reunions photos on your camera or priceless P-rade videos on your phone? We’d love to see them. Share your pictures and videos in our Facebook timeline or send an email to pawvideo@princeton.edu. Editors will choose the funniest, most sentimental, and most creative images from Reunions 2012 to run in the July issue and at PAW Online. Facebook users will have the chance to vote for our readers-choice prize, given to the photo that receives the most “likes.”
— Marilyn H. Marks *86, editor

 
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Browse photographer Brian Wilson’s images of Saturday’s festivities, featuring some of this year’s most creative apparel.
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Has the Fed done enough to encourage job growth? Can the euro be saved, and should it be saved? Read the Princeton professor and Nobel laureate’s responses in our extended online interview.
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PAW student videographer Alice Su ’13 profiles Umqombothi, an a cappella ensemble that specializes in traditional African music.
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Rally ’Round the Cannon columnist Gregg Lange ’70 looks at the phenomenon of the class time capsule, “a permanent group Facebook page.”
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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.

The memorial service for Nicholas Katzenbach ’43, mentioned in the June 6 issue, will be held at noon Thursday, June 21, in Richardson Auditorium. Our announcement contained an error in the time of the event.
 
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HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE JUNE 6 ISSUE:
 
  • The Dissenter Most experts think an asteroid killed the dinosaurs. Not Gerta Keller.
  • Renaissance Man If you think a scientist can’t be a humanist, meet Erez Lieberman Aiden ’02.
  • Campus Notebook Major trends: Math is hot, decline for social sciences; Great race: ‘Today’ vs. (blindfolded) Tigers; Rocking the house for Cornel West *80; retiring professors; and more.
  • Inbox Letters on illegal immigration, early computers, Greek policy, drug laws, and more.
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