At Commencement exercises for the Class of 1963, of which his daughter Anne was a member, Robert F. Goheen, the president of Princeton University, urged the 324 graduates to recognize that being liberally educated allowed and obliged them to take a long view of history and to “orient to the highest values of our culture and cultivate an attitude of relative detachment.”

John Wilkie, chairman of the board of trustees, announced that gifts to the college for the year totaled over $2 million.     The New York Times