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Hooray for Margaret… again!

s if bicycling 800 miles from Oregon to California or hiking to the top of the 14,000-foot Gray’s Peak in Colorado wasn’t enough, Margaret Lopez ’32 recently added a new chapter to her adventurous life—she finished her autobiography.

Hooray Margaret! An Autobiography of Margaret Lopez, published by Mountain Press in Princeton, chronicles the rich life of a poor farm girl from South Jersey. She fondly recalls her days growing up in Repaupo and attending Glassboro Normal School, her love of nature and her years as a teacher.

The book’s title comes from the chanting crowds of people lining the streets as she crossed the finish line of the 26-mile New York City Marathon. She won first place in the “70 and over” category in 1982.

When Lopez attended the University’s Century Club Reunion (for alumni in classes 1923-1947) she generously donated copies of her memoir to the Alumni Association. “Life is what you make it. And I’ve had a great life,” said Lopez.

from summer ’97

 
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