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Vol. LXII, No. 23
Wednesday, June 4, 2008
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Question of the Week:

“Why do you like attending P-Rade?”


“It’s a whole lot of fun. It’s nice to be back with the whole family to celebrate since it’s my dad’s 50th. I’ve been to many others, as I’m from here but now live in Bethesda.”

Krista Ross, Bethesda, Md.

“My uncle is marching in the Class of 1938, his 70th, so he is way up there. I have been to others but this is a good one. My brother and sister and I had dinner with him last night; we get our wristbands and become a part of it.”

David Bush with Jackson and Greta, Edgerstoune Road

“This is the first time we’ve come, but it’s a lot of fun and we get to meet up with some old friends.”

Sara Caplan, Manhattan, NY


“I am a Princetonian, and it’s just part of a big tradition. It’s really fun to see all of the alumni come here from the Class of 1925 and then 1933 and onward. My favorite part is the jackets! They are amazing, crazy, absurd, and it is great to see them having a good time with it.”

Pam Joyhanson, Long Island, NY

“I love attending P-Rades and have done so for years and years. We’ve had a lot of family going by, which has kind of diminished, but still in all I have a lot of friends, and it is just great to see them all. It’s also great to see how Princeton has changed from a very homogeneous school to a school with a lot more diversity.

Barbara Johnson, Wilton Street

“We are in Princeton 10 days a month and we love it. We want to know about what goes on here. I know it’s exciting because my daughter lives here. We have been watching the people in the street and we can tell that something big is going to happen.”

Donna Renner, Nassau Street (and Tennessee)


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