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21. A sense of where you are.    –John McPhee
22. It was always the becoming he dreamed of, never the being.
       –F. Scott Fitzgerald
23. Don’t let anyone tell you that you’re too young to change the world.
       –Noor al Hussein
24. The sea hates a coward.    –Eugene O’Neill
25. Love for Princeton—as for our country—does not blind us to imperfections.
       –Norman Thomas
26. I think you need a lot more than formal learning in order to be a civilized being.
      –Suzanne Keller
27. Life is what happens when you are planning something else.
      –Aaron Lemonick
28. No life is well-rounded without the subtle inspiration of beauty.
      –Beatrix Farrand
29. I’ll always have a gig.    –Stanley Jordan
30. Do a little more each day than you think you possibly can.
       –Lowell Thomas
31. Race matters    –Cornel West
32. Only by deliberating together about moral questions will we find mutual respect
       and common ground.    –Amy Gutmann
33. There is a sense, a very real sense, not a mystical but a plain fact of experience,
       in which the spirit of truth, of knowledge, of hope, of revelation dwells in a place
       like this.       –Woodrow Wilson
34. All matter is interaction. –Richard Feynman
35. As to our Embryo College it is a Noble design… good learning and a relish for
       true religion and piety being great strangers to this part of America.
      –Jonathan Belcher
36. East of the Sun, West of the Moon    –Brooks Bowman
37. Too much praise can turn a fellow’s head if he doesn’t watch his step.
      –James Stewart
38. Princeton would suit me as well as Heaven, better in fact, for I shouldn’t care for
       that society up there.       –Mark Twain
39. How short the space between the two cardinal points of an earthly career!
       …and yet what a universe of wonders is presented to us in our rapid
       flight through this space!       –Joseph Henry
40. The art of learning to live together… is the most important of all the
       liberal arts.      –Christian Gauss
41. Error often is to be preferred to indecision.       –Aaron Burr, Jr.
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