March 2009 Archives

Tiger Travels

Tiger in DC

Our busy tiger mascot has been on the road again. Here he is in front of the Newseum in Washington, DC welcoming Princetonians to a reception hosted by the Office of Development and the Alumni Association, part of a weekend of activities related to the Aspire campaign and a regional alumni conference.

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Photo by Juan Carlos Briceño of FOTOBriceno

Princeton Pause


Princeton Pause, Annual Giving's popular monthly e-greeting sent to all alumni, parents, and friends, has an archive of past greetings online.

Watch the fabulous Old NasSoul a cappella group (above), the Cane Spree, or the Pre-rade welcoming new students. Links to videos are available at

You may also subscribe to receive Princeton Pause each month via e-mail.

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Photo by Andrea Kane, Video by Robert Perry, Province Line Productions

Creating a Lasting Connection


There are endless variations on the Princeton experience, but the common theme of excellence connects alumni of all eras. The seven students introduced to you in this interactive multimedia piece have experienced the extraordinary opportunities that Princeton has to offer, from outstanding instruction in classrooms and laboratories to an exceptionally rich variety of extracurricular activities. Annual Giving allows Princeton to sustain this margin of excellence.

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Photos by Andrea Kane

Princeton: Then and Now



Though Einstein was never a faculty member at Princeton, he was a fixture on campus.  Einstein was a member of the Institute for Advanced Study and lived in Princeton from 1933 to his death in 1955.  Though the Institute is independent from the University, Einstein did keep an office on campus; he also led a University seminar on the mathematics of relativity and often helped students with math problems.

See this photo and more snapshots from Princeton's progress through the decades by viewing Princeton: Then and Now.

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Photo courtesy of the Princeton University Archives

International Programs: Research in Developing Regions


Eva W. Kaye, graduate student in politics, working in Kenya on the Water, Savannas and Society in Sub-saharan Africa Initiative.

The project falls under the auspices of Princeton's Center for Technology Research in Developing Regions and the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies.

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Photo courtesy of Council on International Teaching and Research