President Christopher L. Eisgruber ’83 joined friends and family members of Trustee Emeritus Stephen Oxman ’67 and his wife, Patricia, on March 30 to dedicate the Oxman Family Room in 300 Wallace Hall. “In his 10 years as a member of our Board of Trustees—six of them as chair of the Executive Committee—Steve helped Princeton to evolve and improve, using the many skills he honed here as a student and throughout his distinguished career,” said Eisgruber. He noted that Oxman, who worked in the State Department during the Carter administration and served as assistant secretary of state for European and Canadian affairs during the Clinton administration, embodied Princeton’s tradition of service through his professional accomplishments and his dedication to his alma mater. Eisgruber presented the couple and their three sons with replicas of the plaque that hangs outside the Oxman Family Room. Pictured are, from left: Matthew Oxman ’01, Stephen Oxman ’67, President Eisgruber, Patricia Oxman, Gavin Oxman ’98, and Stephen Oxman Jr. ’94.