Thursday, May 29, 2008

In memoriam

Not every Princeton student makes it back to Reunions. During the Second World War, many graduates went directly to Europe or the Pacific to fight. Those students who lost their lives are commemorated with bronze stars on the windowsills of their former dorm rooms. 

James Lee '43 was an economics major who lived in Laughlin Hall and wrote his senior thesis on "Government and Cotton." He might have celebrated his 65th Reunion this year.


Jennifer Epstein '08 said...

Cathy Mevs '09, a current associate editor for news, wrote a feature about the stars back in the fall: