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Why I Established the Edward Y. T. and Ho-Chi Huang Lin Family Endowment for Asian-American Studies
Nancy H. Lin ’77 S76 P10 explains the importance of Asian-American Studies at Princeton and her inspiration for setting up a fund in honor of her parents.
The World Gerry Andlinger Wanted
In 1948, as the world raced to recover from World War II, an Austrian teenager named Gerhard R. Andlinger wrote an essay titled “The World I Want” in response to an American newspaper’s contest. In the seven decades since that essay won him a ticket to the United States and, ultimately, Princeton University, Gerry Andlinger set about building that world.
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