Annual Giving

Class of 1964 at P-Rade

Something to Cheer About

May 19th, 2014 / Development Com...

The world has changed in countless ways during the 25 years that separate this year’s 50th and 25th Reunion classes -- from 1964 to 1989 -- but one thing remains the same: the devotion these classes have to Princeton. From Annual Giving to academic support, and from funding for athletics to new structures and improved facilities, they have contributed meaningfully to Princeton’s present and future.

Robert H. Gleason ’87, Annual Giving Volunteer

May 12th, 2014 / Annual Giving

When Robert Gleason reflects on what Princeton means to him, he focuses on “the concept of continuity. We honor Princetonians who came before, and work to make an even better experience for the students of the future.” He appreciates “the huge strides the University has made to welcome, accept, and celebrate LGBT students, and all kinds of students. That makes me want to double down on my volunteer commitment.”

Princeton Pause April 2014: Spring into Motion

April 21st, 2014 / Annual Giving

Spring weather brings a buzz of outdoor activity to campus to relieve the rigors and routines of academic pursuits. From club sports competitions to dances on Scudder Plaza and other informal activities, new energy emerges as the end of the school year approaches. The Princeton community comes alive with biking, rugby, outdoor yoga, beach volleyball, and cricket.

Marina Murvanidze Mitchell *98: Annual Giving Volunteer

March 13th, 2014 / Annual Giving

Marina Mitchell, chair of Annual Giving for the Graduate School, came to Princeton from the Republic of Georgia to pursue a master’s degree at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. “I am from a country where family and friends are extremely important,” she says. “You live among a close group of people who really care about one another. When I came here from Georgia, that is what Princeton gave me. That, and a superb education. Now I’m trying to give back to Princeton.”

Annual Giving: Making a Difference

March 6th, 2014 / Annual Giving

Many elements contribute to the Princeton experience: a distinguished faculty, an exceptional and diverse student body, an unparalleled residential setting, and extraordinary library, laboratory, and computing resources. Annual Giving plays a critical role in each of these areas, which make a direct and immediate difference in the lives of current students.

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