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Responses to "Two admired teachers"

Letters responding to “Two admired teachers,” Issue #4-2011, P. 4

WE GOT IT WRONG

Thanks for printing my letter about the Alumni Award for Excellence in Teaching. However, I have one small point to make: the description of me at the end of my letter should have showed me as Professor Emeritus of Queen’s, not the U of T.

John Olson, Arts'60, '62, Victoria, BC

The Review apologizes for this error. – Ed.

REMEMBER, BUT GROW WITH THE TIMES

The Review cannot possibly be totally interesting to each person, but as it is, there will always be something for someone in every issue. The main value of the magazine to me personally is that it makes me realize that there is more to Queen’s than what I remember from ­Medical School 50 years ago (or more!).

True, we must not forget our past, but we must grow with the times as well. Keep up the good work.

Ovas Wagg, Meds'54, Collingwood, ON

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