Madeleine Honig and UD met as undergrads at Northwestern University, and have remained friends. One of UD‘s most vivid memories is a particular image of Madeleine – a very young freshman because she’d been admitted a year or two early – marching exuberantly along the campus lakefront on a sunny day. UD was sitting in one of the newish lakefill buildings, watching her, and marveling at her beauty as the wind whipped her black hair. She seemed entirely happy, entirely open to the world.

Madeleine’s father, Arnold Honig, died last year. He was a physicist at Syracuse University, a “physics icon,” “internationally known for his pioneering work in the field of highly polarized nuclear spin systems.”

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