A letter froman alumnus about
the Class Notes tiger
February 28, 2002
Class Notes almost always top PAW reader polls, but those same polls indicate
most of us read only our own and maybe a couple from the years just behind
and just ahead of ours.
If you aren't aware of the nifty Tiger graphic that points to items the
editors find particularly noteworthy, you might want to take a minute
or two more on each issue looking for them.
I find such time usually well spent.
In the February 27 PAW, for instance, among those the Tiger pointed me
to included the new book "Justice as Fairness" by John Rawls
43 (which I immediately grabbed out of our public library); the
Mark Twain homestead remodeling by Phil Cotton 54; Bruce Ramer 55
hosting a discussion a meeting of top entertainment executives to discuss
their role in the war on terrorism; and, in 62's notes, the mountain
climbing exploits of Ed Weihenmayer's blind son, Erik.