Gifts from undergraduate and graduate alumni, parents, and friends are vital to sustaining Princeton’s historic mission and keeping the University at the forefront of higher education.
Lawrence Otis Graham ’83: A Lifelong Love of Firestone
As an ambitious 17-year-old college freshman, Lawrence Otis Graham ’83 set his sights on getting published. Firestone played a critical role in Graham’s success. It’s where he wrote his first three books and where he did all his schoolwork. “When I was at Princeton, my safe space was Firestone,” said Graham. To perpetuate that feeling for future Princetonians, Graham and his wife, Pamela Thomas-Graham, have made a gift to name the East Reading Room, which is being updated and improved as part of Firestone’s current renovation project.
Your Online Legacy: Estate Planning in the Digital Age
How do you manage, transfer, and protect your digital property, and how can digital assets be given as charitable gifts? Panelists Edward W. Felten, Princeton’s Robert E. Kahn Professor of Computer Science and Public Affairs; and nationally recognized trusts and estates attorneys T. Randolph (Randy) Harris ’72 and Jennifer Jordan McCall ’78 discuss how to manage, transfer, and protect your digital property.