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I went to all the commencements. It was a whole new life for me and I enjoyed every minute
of it, and in fact continue to go back and forth. I'll be up there next week on the Core
Committee. I'm on the Dean's Council of the School of Public Health. I'm on a special
committee of the Kennedy School, and I have some loose connection to the School of Design.
So I'm plugged in at various levels. And indeed if I move to Cambridge, as I indicated earlier,
these relations with Harvard will have had a major influence on that move, although the
primary move would be made on the basis of the medical support you can get in the
Cambridge community that you can't get, or that is difficult, here in Manhattan. I have a
dentist in Cambridge, I've got an eye man in Cambridge, and I've got a heart specialist up
there. So all my parts are gradually going up, and ultimately--
[Laughs] You'll follow them.
I was going to say, you strike me as such a New Yorker I can't imagine you moving to
Boston, but if you describe it in that way I can understand.
Well you know, here I am in my eighty-eighth year. I can't run very fast in New
York and security does raise some questions at times. [Laughter]
Well, you have your marvelous mascot [Dr. Stanton's cairn terrier “Foxo”]. [Laughs]
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