A Resolution to Enroll Daniel Urech

as an Honorary Member of the Princeton Class of 1960

WHEREAS, Daniel Urech spent the academic year 1958/59 with us as an international exchange student from the University of Geneva, Switzerland, took part in the Woodrow Wilson Program, studied Arabic in the Department of Oriental Studies and, importantly, made numerous long-lasting friendships with members of the Class of 1960 during that year, and

WHEREAS, Daniel Urech has maintained a sincere interest and enthusiastic support not only for Princeton, but also for the Class of 1960, meeting with many of our classmates annually, hosting various Princeton ’get-togethers” in the US and Switzerland, establishing his status as a true classmate,

THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that on the endorsement of many of his classmates and the Class of 1960 Officers, Daniel Urech be elected an Honorary Member of the Princeton Class of 1960, with all the attendant privileges thereof,

RESOLVED FURTHER that the Secretary of the Class of 1960 be instructed to forward a copy of this Resolution to the Secretary of the Alumni Council and the Director of Alumni Records.

Given this 28th day of May, 2005.


 

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