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I have always appreciated the Bulletin over the years, but winter 2018 was particularly attractive and meaningful from start to finish.

The major photo piece, “What Stays the Same,” was extremely well done: bold and inclusive, interesting and moving. So many of the stories were fascinating, from the legend of “Tiny” Maxwell, Class of 1907 (which I had heard as gospel “truth”), to “Universal Attraction” (the NASA photo really drew me in). I especially enjoyed Bob Freedman ’58’s “We Are All One” and wrote him personally about his very provocative, perceptive, open-minded piece.

Great work! I look forward to the next Bulletin with renewed expectation.
—RON SUTTON ’57, San Diego, Calif.