A letter from a reader about Ice-skating on Lake Carnegie
I recall vividly the experience of ice-skating across campus (Letterbox, Aug. 10) after a rare ice storm that coated the ground during a campus break (which, due to limited finances, I was unable to take advantage of). I wish I had thought of heading over to Lake Carnegie, too, but, as an undergraduate from a suburban upstate New York school district, I hadn’t – more’s the pity – a true sense of the depth of Princeton tradition.
STEWART A. LEVIN ’75
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