A Message from Class President Mike Southwell

[President Mike Southwell] Welcome to the Class website. It is intended to supplement the Princeton Alumni Weekly, to help disseminate timely information about the varied activities of the Class, and to facilitate more effective communication and interaction. Its content is constantly changing so please access it frequently and help us by supplying photos and items of interest that concern our Class. Its value is enhanced by your ideas and participation. The Princeton Alumni Weekly is the only vehicle that goes to all members of the Class, not just those with internet connections, so please continue to supply our Class Secretary, Dick Grieves, with news by clicking  here .

Events from previous years can be found on the  Archives  page.

Upcoming Events

Start planning now to attend the following scheduled events:

24 February 2018 Alumni Day. General information and a schedule of events, including information about the award winners to be announced at the luncheon, are  here .
31 May - 3 June 2018 Reunions, our 58th.

Current News

Andy Prindl makes an appearance on the Wild & Crazy page  here .
17 December 2017

The 2018 Sachs Scholars have been announced, and they are (hardly a surprise) as staggeringly accomplished as their predecessors. Hans Hanley ’18, an Electrical Engineering major, will be confronting the challenges of cybersecurity at Worcester College, Oxford. Jenny Silver ’18, a Religion major with a foot in Anthropology, will address the daunting issues facing migrant women in Southeast Asia as a Global Scholar. And, continuing the tradition begun last year, Samuel Barnett, a mathematician and philosopher from Worcester College, will be working at Princeton to ensure the future safety of Artificial Intelligence. Congratulations to all three! More information is  here .
7 December 2017

A brief report on the Berkshires mini-reunion, organized by Jean and Georgeanne Rousseau, is  here .
13 October 2017

Some reorganization of the website has made using the website on a mobile device much easier. It is also easier to find pictures from recent events; click  here  or on the EVENT PHOTOS menu option.
8 October 2017

President Mike Southell's annual letter, available  here , recapitulates events of the past year. Well, okay, it also asks you to submit your Class Dues.

Accompanying the letter is a letter and a brief questionnaire from Evan Bush and Roger Barth, co-chairs of our 60th reunion in 2020, asking for your ideas on several issues connected to that reunion. You may fill that survey out on the Class’s website,  here .
2 September 2017

Recent Deaths

This list will include all recent deaths of which we have become aware. Watch for Class Memorials in PAW, currently being written by Jean Rousseau. If you have additions to this list, please  contact us . Previous years’ lists can be found  here .

Jared H. Meyer, 2 June 2017
John H. Grummon, 12 September 2017
James G. Hirsch, 28 August 2017
Peter J. Reilly, 2 November 2017
Ronald L. Katsky, 20 November 2017

Information about locating Class Memorials is  here . Special thanks to Paul Taylor for his work in collecting those that have never appeared in PAW.

A list (as up-to-date as we can possibly make it) of deceased members of the Class is available  here .


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