Kenneth Gemmill '32, a distinguished Philadelphia lawyer, and his wife Helen died in 1998. The couple established a family foundation in 1961 devoted to charity. Half a century and $30 million later, the heirs of the foundation have decided to bestow the foundation's wealth on Delaware Valley College in Doylestown. Too bad Princeton didn't make its way into the family's good graces. With that much money, New Butler could have a turf field installed on the roof and the Office of Sustainability could hire more people to knock down students' doors at 8 AM warning them about fines for failing to recycle properly. Thankfully that was my friend's morning, not my own. But why should Pyne be graced with the green police and Scully spared? Did anyone else have similar experiences?