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November 6, 2002 CAMPUS
University asks court to dismiss Robertson Foundation lawsuit
Princeton architects develop plans for World Trade Center site
Apathy in New Jersey to impact nation, panelists say

Manjul Bhargava *01 and Zoltan Haiman make Popular Science’s list of brilliant young scientists
Former trustee, Chang-Lin Tien *59 dies

Football survives scare at Cornell to win 32-25 in OT
Women’s soccer clinches NCAA berth win over Cornell
Field hockey upsets No. 8 North Carolina in busy week
Tyler Wren ’03 defends his national Collegiate Mountain Bike cross-country title
Water polo loses to Navy in Southern Championships
Cross-country teams make strong showings at Heptagonals
Women’s volleyball still in hunt for Ivy title
Women’s hockey opens season with two shutouts
October 30, 2002

Scaturro named University information technology security officer
NASA’s Sean O’Keefe discusses administration’s future
Anthony Grafton discusses "mathematical magic"
Joyce Carol Oates earns Sandburg Award for lifetime achievement
Women in Black stage silent protests on campus

Scott Muller ’71 sworn in as CIA’s general counsel
Charles F. Gammie *92 awarded Presidential Early Career Award
Former AP bureau chief William Lewis Beale ’27 dies
Marc Sternberg ’95 organizes conference to mark 1953 Baton Rouge bus boycott
Walter Cerf *41 leaves Brooklyn College its largest gift ever
Ann Florini *83 joins Brookings Institution

Ivy championship hopes slim as football falls to Harvard
Women’s soccer win streak snapped at 12 with 2OT loss to Harvard
Bob Bradley ’80 -returns to New Jersey to coach Metrostars
Field hockey remains undefeated in Ivy League
Second place finish for men’s water polo at ECAC tournament
Men’s soccer hands Harvard first Ancient Eight loss

October 23, 2002 CAMPUS
Discover magazine honors three professors

Committee formed for search for admissions dean
Freshmen struck by car
Seniors feel tight job market
Tokamak Fusion Test Reactor removal successfully completed
New Queer group forms
Former U.N. weapons inspector calls war on Iraq a mistake

Alumnae make Fortune’s powerful women’s list
Bernard H. Ridder Jr. ’38 dies
Two alumni win MacArthur grants: Ann Blair *90, a professor of history at Harvard, and Charles Steidel ’84, a professor of astronomy at the California Institute of Technology.

It’s on: Tiger football faces Harvard with Ivy title on line this weekend after beating Brown
Win streak reaches 12 games for 13th ranked women’s soccer
Men’s water polo beats Navy, 9-8, in battle of country’s two, top-ranked teams
Women’s field hockey pounds Brown, 9-1; undefeated in Ivy
Split for women’s volleyball as they beat Yale and fall to Brown
It’s another tie for men’s soccer, now 2-6-4
U.S. team hands women’s lacrosse 15-4 loss in exhibition
October 16, 2002

Rarely shown Cezanne watercolors at museum

New certificate in modern European politics and society offered
Bioterrorism conference on campus
Women and Gender program marks 20th year
Arts Alive expands
Development office restructures

The late Walter Cerf *41 leaves over $6 million to Princeton
Meg Whitman ’77 denies wrongdoing

Two alumni win MacArthur grants: Ann Blair *90, a professor of history at Harvard, and Charles Steidel ’84, a professor of astronomy at the California Institute of Technology.
Peter Mesrobian '81 rides across America for Parkinson's research

Football snatches win from Colgate
Women’s soccer stands as lone undefeated team in Division I
Women’s golf wins ECAC title; Kiser ’05 captures individual title
Field hockey wins two, then gets shut out by Boston University
Women’s tennis loses to Yale in ECAC championships
Men’s soccer drops to 2-6-2
Army blanks sprint football, 29-0

October 9, 2002

Scientists identify “genetic signature” of stem cells
Democrats should oppose a war with Iraq, say professors
Wellness center proposed for campus
Palmer Square antiwar protest
Number of applicants to the Graduate School increase
Einstein to be immortalizedAnti-intellectualism on campus
More freshmen are ROTC students
WROC survey shows bias
Professor Doran selected as Sherman Scholar

Peter Mesrobian '81 rides across America for Parkinson's research
Meg Whitman ’77’s connections to IPOs being investigated
Class of 2002 facing lower starting salaries
Ralph Nader ’55 rallies in Trenton
Two alumni win MacArthur grants: Ann Blair *90, a professor of history at Harvard, and Charles Steidel ’84, a professor of astronomy at the California Institute of Technology.

Princeton’s Ivy League football season opens with win at Columbia
Women’s soccer keeps winning and jumps to 15 in national poll
University to host 2004 Women’s Lacrosse Final Four
Men’s cross-country team takes first at Gator Invitational in Florida
Field hockey at 4-4 after loss to third-ranked Old Dominion

October 2, 2002:

Conference on issues confronting Islam
Physics professor helps unearth fraudulent work at Bell Labs
Undergraduate students finally get visas
Two seniors named in Glamour magazine’s Top 10 contest
Tower to skip bicker this fall, students bicker Ivy and Cap
New director and three new scholars join Society of Fellows
Library acquires Arabic calligraphy
Patch Adams talks on “Humor and Health”
Health services director Daniel Silverman to discuss alcohol use with town officials

John Nash *50 Honored
Princeton Club of Shanghai holds inaugural meeting
Two alumni win MacArthur grants: Ann Blair *90, a professor of history at Harvard, and Charles Steidel ’84, a professor of astronomy at the California Institute of Technology.

Atkinson ’03 scores three TD’s in 34-19 Tiger win; Columbia up next
Women’s soccer remains undefeated
Field hockey drops two at home to national powers
Men’s water polo defeats Brown and Harvard in home tourney
Women’s volleyball wins fifth match in a row to open 5-1
Cross-country teams both place third at Paul Short Invitational
Sprint football loses season opener

September 25, 2002:

Professor, emeritus, Richard Challener '44, scholar of American history, dies at 79
Professor Bonnie Bassler wins MacArthur grant
Stanford geneticist named head of Genomics Institute
Carl A. Fields Center dedicated
Committee proposes program for four-year residential colleges
Performance groups put on first Festival of Faiths
NASA selects Princeton to join group researching space-age materials
Cotsen Museum to reopen after renovations
University gives free tickets to students who take booze course
Professor Frederick Barton named to center for international studies

Troubadour magazine wins award
Lily Shangreaux ’74 directs PBS documentary
Bush to nominate Scott Muller ’71 to be general counsel of CIA
Karl Ege ’65 and his class raise funds for village in Vietnam
Peter Stroh ’51 dies
Scientist Anthony Turkevich *40 dies
Princeton Club of Shanghai holds inaugural meeting
Two alumni win MacArthur grants: Ann Blair *90, a professor of history at Harvard, and Charles Steidel ’84, a professor of astronomy at the California Institute of Technology.

Gridiron déjà vu as Tigers squander 17-point lead at Lehigh
Field hockey pummels Dartmouth for third straight win
Women’s soccer remains undefeated with 4-1 win over Dartmouth
Hockey teams not highly regarded in preseason polls

September 18, 2002:

University commemorates Sept. 11
Wilson School faculty members describe Sept. 11 legacies
Uwe Reinhardt among most powerful in healthcare
McPherson comes out with new book
University ups Internet security
Princeton tops US News rankings again
Three foreign students awaiting visas
University to build more graduate housing
Scientists identify 'genetic signature' of stem cells
Campus Club to move away from sign-ins
Student works to bring World's Fair to NY

John Keker ’65 defends Enron head
Alexander Janko ’91 composes score for “My Big Fat Greek Wedding”

Princeton Club of Shanghai holds inaugural meeting

Princeton up against a tough Lehigh team this weekend
Swimmer Albert VandeWeghe ’40, Olympic medal winner and world record holder, died last month
Women’s field hockey loses in upset
Men’s soccer ties two to open season
Men’s and women’s cross-country teams win openers
Men’s water polo takes two of three at home
Women’s volleyball drops season opener to St. John’s

September 11, 2002:

Opening Exercises held Sept. 11
"After Sept. 11" exhibit opened on campus
Director of Office of Government Affairs named
Physicist David Wilkinson, explorer of Big Bang afterglow, dies

Queen Noor ’73 to receive Ronald McDonald House Charity award
Richard Greenberg ’80s new play comes to NY
David Rakowski *96 is Pulitzer runner-up
Christopher Janney ’73 creates sound sculpture in garage
Dale G. Caldwell ’82 named to NJ community affairs department

Women’s soccer opens Princeton’s sports year with victory
Football falls to Columbia in preseason scrimmage
US national field hockey team hands Princeton 7-0 thrashing
Ivy League cuts TV deal with YES Network

September 4, 2002: CAMPUS
Opening Exercises to be held Sept. 11
"After Sept. 11" exhibit opens on campus
Princeton’s admission snooping makes news and jokes
Surfer girl defers admission
Symposium on African American experience
Hogendoorn to investigate arms into Somalia
Portes and Healy *01 win Sociological Association awards
Princeton-funded scholarships awarded to 10 John Jay students
Senior David Bradley named a finalist in Intel Contest
Econ professor Jose Scheinkman joins Gomes’ campaign

Robert H. Waterston ’65 moves to the University of Washington
SEED School featured on PBS and Oprah
Queen Noor ’73 to receive Ronald McDonald House Charity award
Richard Greenberg ’80s new play comes to NY
David Rakowski *96 is Pulitzer runner-up
Christopher Janney ’73 creates sound sculpture in garage
Dale G. Caldwell ’82 named to NJ community affairs department
Donald J. Sutherland ’53, founder of buyout firm, dies
Jim Marshall ’72 runs in Democratic primary in Georgia’s third district


Men’s basketball 6-1 on tour of Spain
WBUD AM 1260 new radio home for Tigers
Athletics department announces bus trips to select road games
Ross Tucker ’01 to start for NFL’s Redskins
Mike Bois ’97 joins men's hockey coaching staff
August 14, 2002

Bernanke sworn in to Federal Reserve Board
Princetonians contribute $36.4 million to Annual Giving
Professor Claudia Tate dies at 55
Princeton makes Kaplan’s nerdiest and hottest schools’ list
Top aide to outgoing NYC schools chancellor heading to WWWS
Chang-rae Lee's 'Native Speaker' selected for Princeton Reads program
Art Museum offers to return ancient Roman sculptural relief
Wilmerding named member of White House preservation committee
Discovery of chromosome-capping activator could aid cancer research
Daniel Heller-Roazen and Gideon Rosen *92 awarded Mellon fellowships
Bolton, Roell named to European Corporate Governance Institute
Seljak wins NSF award
Bernhard receives 2002 Dreyfus New Faculty Award
McLanahan to lead Population Association of America
Lieb receives Austrian national prize
Chess Club players score at U.S. and World opens

Senator Frist speaks out on smallpox vaccination
Valerie Vigoda’87’s Groovelily performs at music fest
Virginia locals embark on Wilson library
South Korean prime minister claims Princeton status

Tigers picked to finish second in preseason Ivy football poll
New assistant coach for women’s basketball
Princeton to take on national women’s field hockey team in September
Three Tigers to play in 2002 USA Hockey women’s festival

July 31, 2002

FBI probes Princeton's admission office violations
Roberston family sues Princeton over management of $550-million foundation
Peter Bunnell helps pick photos for U.S. stamp
Alan Krueger addresses the link between poverty and terrorism
Cut emissions now, says Oppenheimer
Marta Tienda earns honorary degree
Jean Schwarzbauer elected to cell biology council

Michael Oren *86 pens study of Six Day War
Stephen Feinberg ’82 and Dwight Anderson ’89 make list of top hedge fund managers
Bush nominated Michael Klosson *75 ambassador to Cyprus

Men’s basketball to be without some familiar faces
Southpaw Scott Hindman ’03 signs with Anaheim Angels
Princeton crew's Cranston '03 and Pernell '03 help U.S. to medals at world regatta
Two-sport Tiger Chris Young ’02 mowing ‘em down on the farm

July 17, 2002 CAMPUS
Andrew Dobson finds world will be warmer and sicker
Joseph Frank publishes final volume of biography of Dostoyevsky
Nell Painter looks at interactions of blacks and whites in new book
Another senior wins Rhodes scholarship
Daniel Silverman to serve as head of Health Services
Ung Lee ’02 wins short fiction prize

Bush appoints Heather Graham *99 White House fellow
Roberto Junguito *72 to become finance minister of Colombia
Karl E. Meyer *56 edits journal that criticizes war on terror
NYT talks with Shapiro about medical ethics and care of children
Sam Page, a.k.a. Samuel Elliott ’98 makes People's sexiest single guys list
Willard S. Randall *84 featured in PBS series on Ben Franklin
Senator Paul Sarbanes ’54 stirs corporate change
Manhattan antiquities dealer Frederick Schultz ’79 sentenced for stealing art from Egypt
John Mosler ’54, former head of world's largest safe maker, died July 7

U.S wins world title in mens’ lacrosse as Tigers shine in Australia
Princeton stars in elite summer field hockey league
Softball coaches Maureen Davies ’97 and Jen Sewell receive regional coaching honors
Tiger baseball’s closer Pauly ’02 named ABCA/Rawlings All-American
Kongslie ’03 receives honorable mention on preseason All-America squad
Princeton helps Ivy League place sixth in Sears Cup rankings of college sports conferences

: Two-sport Tiger Chris Young ’02 mowing ‘em down on the farm
July 3, 2002: CAMPUS
Klawe named dean of Engineering and Applied Science
Princeton neuroscientist likens sugar craving to drug dependence
Faster, smaller, cheaper computer chips
Professor Perry Link stopped at Hong Kong airport
Scholars pull out of conference in protest over Cornel West *80
Chinese figure painting at Art Museum
Professor Robert Stengel *68 earns education award

Nine new trustees
NYC school founded by Nancy Easton ’88 to close down
Robert H. Waterston ’65 earns prize
Robert Ehrlich ’79 faces Kathleen Kennedy in Maryland
Investment banker Daniel Case ’79 dies

Tierney gets call from the Hall
Tigers a real presence on U.S. national men’s lacrosse team vying for world title this month
Princeton places 21st in annual rankings of U.S. athletic departments
Women’s basketball coach Richard Barron brings in first recruiting class
Former women’s lacrosse star Julia Shaner ’01 joins coaching staff at Penn
Armond Hill ’85’s Columbia Lions to play in preseason NIT
June 19, 2002: CAMPUS
Russel named dean of the Graduate School
Spence gift creates Ludwig endowment
Shapiro honored
Professor Emeritus Palmer dies
$7.5 million funds work in 'organic' electronics
Geoscientist urges reduction of greenhouse gas emissions
Nehamas to lead American Philosophical Association
Anderson earns Herbert Simon Gold Medal
Michael Graves to be recognized as Indiana Living Legend
Robert Fagles earns honorary degree from Yale
Cotsen Children's Library closed until October for new installation
Recent Acquisitions on display through September 1

Egyptian diplomat Tahseen Basheer *53
Alumni named Carnegie scholars
Jonathan Whetzel ’48, Washington state politician, dies

Fencer Lindsay Campbell ’02 named to Academic All-America third team
Becker ’03 and Smith ’02 selected to women’s lax Academic All-America unit
June 12, 2002:

Henry Louis Gates to stay at Harvard
Professor finds low-level oil spills can cause serious damage
Professor Alvin Kernan writes satire
Professor John Bonner pens autobiography

Paul Holland ’01 to canoe the Yukon
John Fort III ’63 interim leader of Tyco
David Gluck ’90 new director of San Francisco theater
Philosopher Rogers Albritton *55 dies
Rebecca Goldstein *77's 1983 novel good summer reading
David F. Zucker ’84 named president of Playboy
Novelist Jodi Picoult ’87 churns out ninth novel

Women’s lax coach Chris Sailer named coach of the year
Two Tigers selected in Major League Baseball draft

June 5, 2002:

Meg Whitman ’77 speaks at Baccalaureate service
James Baker ’52 at Class Day Ceremony
Class Day Awards
Lillian Pierce named valedictorian, Josephine Dru was salutatorian
Honorary doctorates go to eight
President's distinguished teaching awards
Tilghman gives first commencement address
Graduate student teaching awards
Faculty earn graduate mentoring awards
Japanese woodblock prints on view at Art Museum

Oprah gives Raj Vinnakota ’93 award
Annamie Paul *01 to start center for political leadership

Harris ’02 closes magical season with another NCAA high jump title
Simmons ’02 places second in 800m at NCAA championships
Women’s lightweight crew claims fourth IRA title
Many honors for athletes in Class of ’02
Inside Lacrosse names Simone ’02 and Becker ’03 Players of the Year

May 29, 2002

James Baker ’52, 61st secretary of state, donates papers to Princeton
Princeton to display first four printed Bibles, May 31
Marion J. Levy Jr., scholar of modernization, dies at 83
Students named Goldwater scholars
Tilghman attends women’s leadership summit
History of Forrestal Campus published
Faculty members win awards, fellowship

Dean Cain ’88 in "Out of Time"
Polling expert Charles Roll ’50 dies
Marc Fisher ’80 fields questions for Potomac Confidential
Jon Hlafter ’61 *63 receives historic preservation award
Four alumni awarded Mellon fellowships
Two alumni win Rome Prize fellowships

Season-long rally ends for men’s lacrosse as they fall to Syracuse in the NCAA final
Three Tigers earn NCAA first- team All-America honors in women’s lacrosse
Harris ’02 and Simmons ’02 lead Princeton track and field into NCAAs this weekend
Women’s open crew heads to Indiana for the NCAA championships
Softball places three on NCAA All-Regional team

May 22, 2002

Nassau Weekly’s Top Ten Girls make Talk of the Town
Professors take issue with Israel divestment campaign
Seniors pledge social responsibility
Princeton short on graduate-student housing
Professor Michael Wood honored with Behrman award
Bodhan Paczynski wins astronomy award
Vincent Poor *77 to receive NSF award for teaching

Historian and author Walter Lord ’39 dies
Sean Hartman ’97 runs and runs and runs
Billy Aronson ’79’s one-act play, Reunions, in New York
Sidney Pestka ’57 to receive National Medal of Technology
Teach for America applications up
F. Scott subject of TV movie "Last Call"
Katherine Mosby ’79 publishes second novel


Women’s lacrosse wins it all!
Men’s lacrosse battles its way into Final Four this weekend
Softball loses two heartbreakers in NCAA regional
Simmons ’02 captures 800m title at ECAC championships
Men’s track and field place sixth at IC4A championships
Taylor Northrop ’02 in NFL camp

May 15, 2002

Ben Bernanke, chair of the economics department, named to Federal Reserve Board
Princeton mathematician Elias Stein to receive the National Medal of Science
Anne-Marie Slaughter ’80, a law professor and scholar of international affairs, named dean of the Woodrow Wilson School
"American Drawings and Watercolors: Gifts of Leonard L. Milberg, Class of 1953," is on view at the Art Museum through July 21, 2002.
Professor of Economics Burton Malkiel *64’s book, A Random Walk Down Wall Street, published in 1973, prompts experiment
Poet Paul Muldoon turns to music
Prince award to history professors
Ivy’s club officers charged by local police
President Tilghman making the commencement rounds

David Phillips ’99 awarded a Luce Scholars
John M. Eisenberg ’68 Patient Safety Awards created

Women’s lacrosse cruises into NCAA Final Four
Harris ’02 breaks outdoor Heps record as Princeton’s men finish second
Simmons ’02 sets new 800m mark at outdoor Heps; Tiger women place third
Boyle ’04 named Ivy League Men’s Lacrosse Player of the Year
Softball to face Minnesota in NCAA tourney opening round on May 16
Williams ’02 named IvyLeagueSports.com Men’s Tennis Player of the Year
Baseball loses Ivy title to Harvard in 5-1 and 2-1 losses
Khrishnamurthy ’03 named to women’s tennis All-Ivy first team

May 8, 2002:

Two professors elected to National Academy of Sciences
Ten students treated for intoxication over Houseparties weekend
Sophomore wins Goldman Sachs award
Work of contemporary photographers at Art Museum
Borough wants freshmen to leave cars at home
Editors discuss challenges post-Sept.11
Firestone Library houses Witherspoon’s notebook
Low-income high school students to study at Princeton
Two seniors head to Middle East this summer
Kenneth Deffeyes *59 warns of oil shortage

Kirk Unruh ’70 awarded the Legion of Merit medal
Susan Kirr ’86 makes documentary about witches
Jonathan Kevles ’90 named L.A. deputy mayor
Jay Gatsby gets makeover
F. Philip Handy ’67 on hold for Florida education appointment
Brig. Gen. David H. Petraeus *87 to become commander of the 101st Airborne Division

Cosmo Iacavazzi ’65 *68 was selected by the National Football Foundation


Men’s lacrosse takes Ivies and storms into NCAA tourney
Baseball to face Harvard or Brown for Ivy diamond title
Women’s lacrosse to host LeMoyne May 9 in NCAA opening round
Track and field teams shine in warm up for Heps this weekend, May 11-12
Softball splits final doubleheader of season as it prepares for NCAAs

May 1, 2002: CAMPUS
Engineering school ranked 18th
Princeton attracts Israeli journalist
New theory provides alternative to big bang
Woodrow Wilson exhibit opens May 5
Government let bin Laden slip, Barton Gellman ’82 says
Students try to down 24 beers in 24 hours
Muldoon to step down as head of creative writing
Nassau Weekly to publish controversial story on coed beauties
Former dean earns community service award
Seven earn Spirit of Princeton awards

Peter and Rosemary Grant discover finches capable of change
Clubs asked to plant shrubs to block noise

Oz Bengur ’71 running for Congress
Sam Pickering *70 *85 to receive honorary degree
David Lamb *92 discusses race relations
Professor of Islamic law Khaled Abou El Fadl *92 featured in U.S. News
Hugh Hardy ’54 *56 to design Barnard’s master plan
Jean Edward Smith ’54 a finalist for Pulitzer
First mystery novel for Roberta Isleib ’75
Robert Caro ’57’s biography of Johnson gets thumbs up
New book out on Donald Rumsfeld ’54

Tigers shine at Penn Relays; Heps on horizon
Women’s lax defeats defending national champs and Brown
Men’s lax streaks past Dartmouth
Women’s water polo falls in Easterns; All-league performers
Women’s golf captures Northeast championship; Redman ’03 stars
Baseball sweeps Pace
Softball handles Manhattan and Seton Hall in Princeton Invitational
April 24, 2002: CAMPUS
Stan Allen *88 named architecture dean
Professor Bernanke meets with Bush
Campus group urges university to divest from Israel
Princeton accepts 10.8 percent
Tilghman honored at symposium
Harvard students blame Summers for Cornel West *80 departure
Princeton researchers could help make better flu vaccine
Biologists track down central cause of lupus
Students’ mental health
Mideast rally

Crime fighter Eliot Spitzer ’81 takes on Wall Street
Robert L. Johnson *72 earns humanitarian award
Dan Ballou ’87 running for S.C. House
Missouri House calls for Harris Mirkin *67’s dismissal
Victoria Kaspi *94 named top young scientific mind in Canada


Women’s softball wins first Ivy title since 1996
Women’s lacrosse clinches Ivy title and retains top ranking Menís lacrosse keeps NCAA hopes alive with 12-7 win over Cornell
Men’s golf captures third straight Ivy League crown
Baseball takes three out of four games from Columbia
Women's water polo falls in Southern finals, prepares to host Easterns
Gary Walters ’67 to stay at Princeton
Women’s golf finishes third in Ivies; Kiser `05 wins individual title
Crew teams split the weekend
Men's track tops four-team field at home Chelo Canino `05 takes first place in pole vault as women's track revs up for Penn relays
April 17, 2002:

Cornel West *80 to return to Princeton
Third World Center gets new name
Porphyrios *80 to design Whitman College
Charles Kalmbach ’68 *72 named senior vice-president for administration
Students debate Israeli-Palestinian conflict
CJL sponsors vigil for Holocaust victims
Puerto Rico governor touts commonwealth's status and economy
Romero ’87 speaks on the state of civil liberties
Professor completes optimization encyclopedia
Pink eye still spreading on campus
USG report, McCosh Health Center renovation

Senator Bill Frist ’74 speaks out against cloning
Eric Schmidt ’76 leads Google
Jim Flaherty ’70 loses bid for premier of Ontario
Jeffrey N. Shane ’62 appointed associate deputy secretary of transportation
Harris Mirkin *67 criticized for opinions on adult-child sex
John McPhee ’53 voice on TV documentary

Women’s lacrosse crushes Harvard 14-4, retains # 1 ranking
Men’s lacrosse still in the hunt after rolling over Harvard 18-4
Softball rips Dartmouth, splits with Harvard to stay on top of Ivies
Baseball splits with Yale and beats Rutgers for first time since 1991
Women’s water polo falters in ECAC Championships semifinal match
Men’s and women’s track teams each place second in weekend meets
Women’s golf takes third at James Madison Invitational
Men’s golf places fourth at Princeton Invitational
Women’s open crew defends Class of ’75 Cup for 13th straight season
Men’s heavyweight crew brings home the Childs Cup

April 10, 2002:

Cornel West *80 hasn’t decided yet
Harvard professor discusses living-wage issues
More protests over the Middle East
Students urge university to divest from Israel
Princeton mails "YES!" letters
Students named Truman scholars
Professor Thomas Silhavy wins teaching award
New Web site for Art Museum
Charity fashion show to take place
Students pursue needle exchange law

Barton Gellman ’82 wins Pulitzer Prize
Arminio Fraga *85 saves Brazil
Larry Lucchino ’67 heads Red Sox
Joseph S. Nye, Jr. ’58’s book gets good reviews
Jessica P. Einhorn *74 named dean of Nitze school
Jill Sigman ’89 *96 performs new solo concert
Laura Vanderkam ’01, Wesley L. Harris *68, Noel Hinners *63, John McPhee ’53


Softball remains undefeated in Ivies
Women's lacrosse tops national rankings
Kelly Wells ’03 rides into intercollegiate national horse show
Men’s lacrosse beats Duke in triple-overtime
Women’s water polo sweeps CWPA for fourth straight season
Baseball takes two from Dartmouth as Jason Vaughan ’05 hurls one-hitter
Men’s and women’s tennis beat Yale
Gary Walters ’67 on shortlist for AD job at UCLA
Men’s golf places third at Navy Spring Invitational

April 3, 2002:

Nan Wells to retire from Washington office
Sophomores named Martin Dale award recipients
Nassau Weekly trying to stay afloat
Discovery could lead to biofilm treatments
PAW seeks editor

Charlie Gibson ’65 in The Rookie
Trevor Corson ’91 follows lobsters
Alumni produce "Insomnia"
Nash’s house spared

Women’s lacrosse wins seventh straight
Baseball sweeps four from Penn
Softball improves to 12-12 with wins over Quakers
Men’s lacrosse loses first Ivy game since 1995
Princeton rugby clubs host regional tournament
Avery Kiser ’05 wins title at women’s golf tourney
Men’s volleyball spikes Juniata, Rutgers-Newark
Ten Tigers earn winter All-Ivy Academic honors

March 27, 2002:

Beautiful Mind wins big at Oscars
Princeton hydrologist receives "Nobel Prize for water"
Scientists honor physicist John Wheeler
Lisa Beamer visits campus
President Tilghman talks at Radcliffe
Historian Harold James serves on panel looking at Switzerland’s wartime role
Graduate students teach local children
Center for Religion project studies race, gender, and religion
Professors earn grants
Graduate student wins award from cancer research center
PAW seeks editor

Nash *50 to discuss A Beautiful Mind on 60 Minutes
Louis Rukeyser ’54 to leave his PBS show
Richard Land ’69 mixes preaching and politics
Independent Counsel Robert Ray ’82 releases final report on Whitewater
Robert Kasdin ’80 moves to Columbia
James J. O’Donnell ’72 to serve as provost of Georgetown
Tim Renick *86 named outstanding teacher
Etiquette Grrl gets good ink
Alex Wolff ’79's book reviewed in NYTimes

Greg Parker ’03 wrestles his way to All-America status
Women’s lacrosse ranked second in country
Men’s lacrosse falls to Syracuse
Fencer Soren Thompson ’04 takes silvers at NCAAs
Baseball snaps losing streak at William & Mary
Georgia trip no peach for softball team
Women’s water polo improves to 13-5
Men’s volleyball squad drops to 11-9 at George Mason

March 20, 2002:

Students hold vigil for Palestinian victims of Israeli attacks
Pink eye outbreak on campus
Professor wins prestigious mathematics award
Seniors win first ReachOut ’56 fellowships
Human rights expert decries U.S. response to genocide
Science writer tells of Galileo’s modern-day struggles in lecture
PAW seeks editor

Nash *50 to discuss A Beautiful Mind on 60 Minutes
John Eisenberg ’68 dies of brain tumor
Jonathan E. Clodfelter ’93 killed by an avalanche
Joseph Alexander Boston III *93 is Baltimore’s new homeless services director
Documentary about con man James Hogue
Hunter Rawlings *70 to step down as president of Cornell
Cheryl A. LaFleur ’75 was featured speaker at Girl Scout event
Geologist Duke Picard *63 earns award

Men’s lacrosse cruises to first win
Tiger coaches honored
Women’s lacrosse beats Virginia
Fencers at NCAA championships this week
All-Ivy honors for men’s and women’s hockey
Golf teams get swinging
Baseball falls to 2-6 in North Carolina
Softball stumbles on Georgia trip

March 13, 2002:

Tilghman wins international women in science award
Tilghman visits Chicago high school
University will run deficits
Students found new Jewish women’s

Robert George wins Richard Weaver Award
PU Press publishes university’s Lewis Carroll photographs
Former assistant dean of College dies

Larry Hamm ’78 speaks about activism on campus
Ashley Magargee ’95 and Naomi Weinberg ’95 develop low-cost eyeglasses for poor
Richard Riordan ’52 loses bid for governor
Jim Flahery ’70 running for premier of Ontario
Independent Counsel Robert Ray ’82 considering run for N.J. senate
The work of artist George Thomas ’57 featured
Fazal Sheikh ’87's Afghanistan photographs on display in New Brunswick, New Jersey

Men’s basketball NIT game at Louisville March 12
Tora, Tora, Tora! Princeton’s national track champ
Greg Parker ’03 captures Tigers first EIWA crown in 16 years
Women’s lacrosse bounces back
Men’s lacrosse falls to 0-2
Women’s and men’s hockey seasons cut short in playoffs
Softball improves to 4-2 in Kansas
Women’s water polo remains undefeated
Baseball opens season at 1-3

March 6, 2002:

Architect Frank Gehry to discuss work
Visiting lecturer Robert Finn *78 nominated as ambassador to Afghanistan
Students protest Israeli aggression
President Tilghman named cochair of Prosperity New Jersey
James A. Baker ’52 to speak at Class Day
Jed Marsh appointed associate provost
Alpha Epsilon Pi to establish Princeton chapter
Economist Alan Blinder ’67 predicts economic growth
Seniors awarded scholarships
PAW seeks new editor
Fewer alcohol-related problems at sign-ins
An Alternative to Alcohol Abuse: Housing Reform in the Residential Colleges

John Kamm ’72’s work for human rights in China featured in NYT magazine
Lindsey Kozberg ’92 to serve in USA Freedom Corps office
Barbara Cassani *84 is one of Europe’s top businesswomen
Richard Revesz ’79 selected new dean of NYU School of Law
World-renowned geochemist Antonio Lasaga ’71, sentenced for sexuall misconduct
Columnist George Will *68 rails against obesity
Fazal Sheikh ’87's Afghanistan photographs on display in New Brunswick, New Jersey

Men’s basketball set for showdown at Penn
Women’s and men’s lacrosse teams falter on opening weekend
Men’s hockey shuts out Harvard for first time in 50 years
Men’s swim team takes EISL championships
Women’s basketball splits weekend games
Women’s water polo opens season 8-1
Evans falls in men’s squash intercollegiate championship final
Women’s hockey drops two to end season
Track and field stars Tora Harris ’02 and Josh McCaughey ’04 headed to NCAAs

February 27, 2002:

Henry Louis Gates, Jr., will decide on Princeton this summer
Seniors Abbie Liel and Lillian Pierce receive Pyne prize
Campus speaker says FBI knows anthrax perpetrator
Professor Emeritus Harold P. Furth dies February 21
Bernard Lewis awarded George Polk Journalism Award

Charlie Richards ’59 represents Ken Lay
Athletic accomplishments of Nicole Harrison ’98, Armond Hill ’85, Deborah Saint-Phard ’87 featured on Ivy League Sports
R.W. Apple Jr. ’57 appointed NYT associate editor
Dooma Wendschuh ’99 sells first movie to Disney
Fazal Sheikh ’87's Afghanistan photographs on display in New Brunswick, New Jersey
Peter Lewis ’55

Women’s swimming captures third straight Ivy title
Men’s basketball storms to top of the Ivies
It’s a strong #2 for men’s squash
Fifth straight HEPs title for men’s track and field

February 20, 2002:

Meg Whitman ’77 to give Baccalaureate speech
Geochemist Satish Myneni studies leaf mulch for toxins
Three professors elected to National Academy of Engineering
Senior sells beaded necklaces
Graffiti with hateful message investigated

Federal judge T.S. Ellis III ’61 sets trial date for John Walker
Fred A. Bernstein ’77 designs 9/11 memorial
Louis Hawthorne ’83’s company funds cat cloning effort
Andrea Jung ’79 wins alumnae Leadership award

Men’s basketball set for Friday showdown with Yale at home
Women’s hockey wins at Maine
Men’s squash seeded #2 for this weekend's national championships at Harvard
Kilbourne ’02 notches first Olympic goal
Frederick Wohlschlaeger ’73 named USOC chief of staff
Gary Walters ’67 named to NCAA men’s basketball committee

February 13, 2002:

James Crawford III ’68 new Annual Giving chair
Ralph Esmerian ’62 gives collection to American Folk Art Museum
Frederick Wohlschlaeger ’73 named to top U.S. Olympic Committee post
John Butler, Jr. ’77 lead lawyer for Kmart bankruptcy
Legrome D. Davis ’73 nominated for federal bench
Mayor Richard J. Riordan ’52 runs for governor of California

Men’s basketball loses first Ivy game to Yale; face Penn next
Men’s squash takes Ivy title with win over Harvard
Women’s hockey sweeps Cornell and Colgate
Men’s swimming sinks Navy and Columbia
Two Tigers picked in Major League Soccer draft
Women’s basketball lose two at home
Princeton’s Winter Olympians

February 6, 2002:

Meg Whitman ’77 to give $30 million

K. Anthony Appiah to come to Princeton
Board adopts 2002-03 operating budget
Peter McDonough promoted to general counsel
Tilghman's honorary degree from Oxford
University Chapel to be rededicated
Arts Alive kicks off with NYC event

Andrew Weissmann ’80 to investigate the collapse of the Enron Corp. for Justice
Kyle Brandt ’01 on MTV's The Real World
Paul A. Volcker Jr. ’49 hired by Arthur Andersen
Christopher Janney ’73 installs art in Orlando
Joshua Lewis Miner ’43, Emma Bloomberg ’01

Men’s basketball remains undefeated in Ivy League
Women’s swimming and diving take H-Y-P meet
Princeton’s women’s hockey sweeps to victories in Canadian trip
Princeton’s Winter Olympians

January 28, 2002:

Memorial garden to honor 13 alumni
Faculty members design viewing platforms at WTC

FBI checks out copy machines

Professor Robert George named to Bush’s Bioethics Council

Meg Whitman ’77, Andrea Jung ’79 named top global executives
Ali Abunimah ’93 creates Web site for Arab view of news

Darryl Johnson *62 new U.S. ambassador to Thailand

Alexander Wojciechowicz, Jr. ’61 dies in plane crash
Booth Tarkington 1893, Norman Stephens ’64, Jonas Bauer ’91, Andrew Moore ’70, Hearn Jay Cho ’88, Brad Smith ’81, Bill Colson ’72

Women’s hockey drubs Yale
Men’s and women’s swimming cruise to wins over Dartmouth
Tora Harris ’02 leaps to new men’s indoor track and field record
Andrea Kilbourne ’02 in search of gold at Salt Lake City Winter Olympics
Volleyball kicks off season in California
Men’s basketball; Andre Logan sidelined for season