Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Wharton Journal and UPenn Almanac Tributes

The student life office published a tribute to Anuj in the Wharton Journal, its campus newspaper, on Monday. To see the story, please click on the web page below:

Registration (very quick process) is required to see the full text of the article.

Additionally, a few weeks ago, the University of Pennsylvania Almanac, the faculty and administration publication, ran a tribute to Anuj. It can be viewed by clicking on the following link:


Anonymous Anonymous said...

As I read these touching tributes to our beloved Anuj and looked at his smiling face amongst his many cohorts and scholars, it brought tears to my eyes knowing that our dear Anuj was so unjustly robbed of the opportunity to pursue his two passions, his academic persuits and the love for his family and friends. What broke my heart is that we were so unfairly robbed of the opportunity to share in and be a part of these experiences with this very special, endearing human being, our beloved Anuj.

11:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anuj was my batch mate in SFC, Lucknow.
He was an excellent debater & was a class topper.I have very fond memories of our school days. The photograph of Anuj brought back so many memories.My best wishes are with the Mohan Family & may God provide all the strength.
He will be missed

-Manik Gupta

9:23 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dearest Anuj,

You will be missed, but never forgotten. It is times like these where we ask ourselves questions of "why". That is a question that we cannot answer. But, I do know that He must have had a greater plan for you then we can imagine.

With love,

Anoop, Monika, Nithin, and Anjali

9:24 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not only Mountain View recently lost ONE OF ITS BRIGHTEST STAR -------as they mentioned on August 4Th MOUNTAIN VIEW VOICE .

I feel like I lost THE BRIGHTEST HEERA , after reading e-mails from around the world.


10:38 AM  

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