Read the text of a personal letter obtained by The Crimson this week that was sent by prominent alumnus Thomas G. Stemberg ’71 to University President Drew G. Faust.
Charles E. Shannon ’11 & A. Faith Kniffley. Courtesy of Charles E. Shannon
Elizabeth C. Spira ’11 & Theodore A. Hoham. Courtesy of Elizabeth C. Spira.
Baltazar A. Zavala ’11 & Melanie Johns. Courtesy of Melanie Johns.
Stephanie M. Cole ’11 & Andrew W. Peace. Courtesy of Stephanie M. Cole.
Victoria G. Mendoza ’11 & Billy K. Crawford. Courtesy of Victoria G. Mendoza.
Lisa M. Yu ’11 & Daniel C. Suo ’10. Courtesy of Daniel C. Suo and Lisa M. Yu.
Courtesy of Alee L. Lockman
Courtesy of Emma M. Lind.
Photo courtesy of Charles J. Wells.
Tech Square completed, january 1971. Courtesy of the Cambridge Redevelopment Authority collection, Cambridge Historical Commission
Tech Square construction, August 1962. Courtesy of Fay Foto Service. Cambridge Historical Commission
Tech Square groundbreaking, October 9, 1961. Courtesy of the Cambridge Redevelopment Authority collection, Cambridge Historical Commission
Former Crimson Managing Editor William R. Galeota Jr. '70, a partner at the Shea and Gardner law firm, in Washington, D.C., drowned May 31 in a Delaware Bay boating accident. He was 50.