At Princeton, a Life Taken

At Princeton, a Life Taken | Robin Wilson | Chronicle of Higher Education | 1 July, 2011

The suicide of a senior lecturer raises questions about his behavior, and the university’s. The undergraduates in Antonio Calvo’s advanced Spanish class at Princeton University had been waiting for 20 minutes, but their instructor still hadn’t arrived. It wasn’t like him not to show up. As some of the students started to trickle out of the classroom that Friday afternoon in April, they scrawled a message on the blackboard: “Que pasa, Antonio?”

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