Recent News and Features
Princeton’s grandest Reunions tradition—a living timeline of passing generations cheered by thousands of spectators—has inspired writers of memoir and fiction, and the P-rade has marched into immortality on the printed page.
One sunny day in 1970, accompanied by conga drums and a rock and roll band, Princeton’s first dance students presented their inaugural performance. They called it “To Dance Is to Live!” Today, somewhere on campus, a Princeton student will reaffirm those words -- en pointe or in a backspin, in a choreography class or a tap-dance troupe.
Carrico “Carra” Torres ’14 was raised with a deep appreciation for the role of individual agency in the world. The daughter of two professional relief workers, she and her younger brother often accompanied their parents on trips from their home in northern New Mexico to overseas disaster relief sites.
The Light Inside: Dance at Princeton
Students from the Lewis Center for the Arts' Program in Dance imagine, commit, reach, and soar.
Ideas and Strategies from the Office of Gift Planning