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Stacey Roth Goergen ’90 Finds an Artful Connection to Princeton

November 7th, 2014 / Advancement

Although Stacey Roth Goergen ’90 had been steeped in the art world as a curator, collector, and art museum board member, she wasn’t all that familiar with what was happening at Princeton’s own art museum. That changed several years ago, after meeting Frances Winston Levy ’79 at a gathering of Princeton alumnae in New York.

Brother and Sister Act: Dreaming of a Life in Theater

September 18th, 2014 / Advancement

Evelyn Giovine ’16 set her sights on a professional acting career at an early age. “By eighth grade I knew that’s what I wanted to do,” she said. So she faced a tough decision when choosing between a conservatory and Princeton. She selected the University, convinced that it offered the best opportunity to integrate improving her theatrical skills with expanding her academic horizons.

Bob Peck ’88 Helps Students Prepare to Succeed

September 4th, 2014 / Advancement

In 1984, Bob Peck ’88 was the valedictorian of his high school class, poised to become the first person in his family to attend college. The son of a butcher who had recently passed away, he planned to apply to schools only in his home state of Texas. A visit from Alumni Schools Committee member Theodore McAlister ’52 introduced him to other possibilities.

Kirsten Peckerman and Adam Mastroianni '14

Blending Scholarship, Service, and Shtick: Adam Mastroianni ’14

July 18th, 2014 / Advancement

At Princeton, Adam Mastroianni ’14 explored every angle of his interests, from the witty to the wise. He pursued his passion of writing and performing comedy for fun, as well as conducted academic research on humor with an eminent social psychologist. Along the way, he earned numerous awards—including a Rhodes Scholarship—made lots of people laugh, and helped other students adjust to college.

Princeton’s Annual Giving Campaign Sets New Record with $58.7 Million

July 8th, 2014 / Annual Giving

Princeton University’s 2013–14 Annual Giving campaign raised $58,748,900—the highest total in Annual Giving history—with 61.4 percent of undergraduate alumni participating. The results are notable for their strength and breadth across all of Princeton’s constituencies: undergraduate alumni, graduate alumni, parents, and friends.

Five Questions with Shani Moore Weatherby ’02: Making Princeton Possible

June 18th, 2014 / Advancement

Shani Moore Weatherby ’02 considers the financial aid she received as an undergraduate both a “badge of honor” and the motivation behind her efforts to support Princeton, particularly its commitment to need-blind admission and a diverse campus community. “I can now give back,” she says, “because someone gave to me.”

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