The following story is included in PAW’s 2010 Reunions Guide, available on campus May 27.
Courtesy Princeton University Archives
Student publications from the last 175 years take center stage in “Princetonians in Print,” an exhibition at the Seeley G. Mudd Manuscript Library that chronicles the history and variety of student journalism and creative writing at Princeton. Items on display include the Nov. 10, 1917, issue of The Princeton Tiger, right, which included “The Staying Up All Night,” an F. Scott Fitzgerald ’17 poem about an evening of campus revelry.
A new exhibit of “Pictures of Pictures,” opening May 28 at the Princeton University Art Museum, explores the diverse tradition of nested imagery in prints, photographs, collages, paintings, and sculptures.
The Triangle Club performs its Reunions encore of the shopping spoof Store Trek at McCarter Theatre May 28 and 29. For tickets, visit the McCarter box office or mccarter.org.
The Lewis Center for the Arts presents On the Verge, written by Eric Overmyer and directed by Sophie Gandler ’10, May 27-29 at the Marie and Edward Matthews Acting Studio, 185 Nassau Street. For tickets, call University Ticketing at (609) 258-9220.
All single alumni are invited to Singles Mingle, a casual reception at Chancellor Green May 28 from 8:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. Last year’s inaugural event drew about 100 people, according to Jill Baron ’80, who organized this year’s mixer.
The art on the walls of the Nassau Hall Faculty Room will be featured in the exhibit “Inner Sanctum: Memory and Meaning in Princeton’s Faculty Room at Nassau Hall,” opening May 28 at Nassau Hall.
Maps from the collection of Henry Wendt ’55 are on display at Firestone Library’s Milberg Gallery in the exhibit “Envisioning the World: The First Printed Maps, 1472-1700.”
Alumni journalists will discuss politics, from Tea Parties to Congressional campaigns, at PAW’s third annual Reunions panel, May 28 at 1:30 p.m. in the Frist Performance Theater. Scheduled participants include Alexander Bolton ’98, staff writer, The Hill; Amy Holmes ’94, political contributor, CNN; Kristin Jensen ’93, money and politics reporter, Bloomberg News; Richard Just ’01, managing editor, The New Republic; Kathy Kiely ’77, reporter, USA Today; Andrew Romano ’04, senior writer, Newsweek; and moderator Joel Achenbach ’82 of The Washington Post.