Stanley Mathabane ’17 was an accomplished jazz musician in high school. When he came to Princeton, he joined Triangle Club and decided to concentrate in psychology and earn a certificate in theater. Then Tony Award-winning professor Rob Kaplowitz turned him on to sound design, and now Stanley has combined his background in music with his love of theater to create a new score for his future.
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A mighty thanks to the 43,910 alumni, parents and friends who gave #OneMoreRoar in support of the 2015-16 Annual Giving campaign. See how the Princeton family came together and roared for Old Nassau.
The senior thesis is helping Alec Lowman ’16 find a sense of himself in the world as an artist, says Professor Tracy K. Smith, Pulitzer Prize-winning poet and director of the Lewis Center for the Arts’ Program in Creative Writing—and it inspires her.
As scientists, Shin-Yi Lin *11 and Matt Weber *09 have chosen to lead the life of the mind—together. As they embark on their careers, Princeton is in their DNA. Shin-Yi and Matt volunteer for Graduate Annual Giving, Career Services, the Association of Princeton Graduate Alumni, and the Alumni Council. And they bring their daughter and son to the Cotsen Children’s Library, making the pursuit of knowledge a family tradition.
When Princeton students have a big dream, they build it—together. Kirk Robinson ’17 and Ben Sorkin ’17 are engineering students who drive Princeton Racing Electric. These fast friends are leading a team to construct a race car from scratch, and they’re cheering each other on—all the way to the finish line.
For over 75 years, Annual Giving support has touched every part of campus life. From exams in McCosh 50, to football practice, to dinner in Procter Hall, see how the Princeton experience has evolved and endured.
Since the 1980s, residential colleges have been the first place Princeton undergraduates call home. Today, the University's two-year and four-year colleges are at the heart of student life, where freshmen through seniors and resident graduate students live, eat, learn, create, and grow together. We hope you enjoy seeing "A Day in the Life" within Princeton's six residential colleges.
Each winter since 2010, we’ve been asking alumni, parents, and friends to share their photos that best say, “This Is Princeton.” Here’s a look at some of our favorites from the past five years. We hope you enjoy these great Tiger memories!
Since the inaugural Annual Giving campaign in 1940-41, generations of alumni, parents, and friends have joined together creating a tradition of giving back and providing essential support for Princeton.
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.