Tigers from every generation rallied on Dec. 3 as Princeton conducted its sixth annual Tiger Athletics Give Day (TAGD), a Giving Tuesday challenge dedicated to supporting Princeton’s 37 varsity teams and their mission to “achieve, serve, and lead.”
Sam Fendler '21 came to Princeton University as a transfer student after five years of service as a United States Marine. Now, as president of the Princeton Student Veterans group, he's paving the way for the next class of military veterans.
The youngest Princeton alumni gathered in Chancellor Green rotunda on Nov. 2 for Annual Giving BootCamp, a one-day fundraising event that kicked off the new campaign.
The Thomas-Graham Reading Room, located in the east end of the first floor of Firestone Library, was formally dedicated on Oct. 3. Lawrence Graham ’83 and his wife, Pamela Thomas-Graham, provided the generous gift that refurnished the space, part of the decade-long renovation of the 71-year-old Firestone Library.
The roadway that enters campus from Nassau Street between Firestone Library and the Andlinger Center for the Humanities was formally dedicated as Rivers Way, a tribute to one of the University’s first black undergraduates and the first African American elected by the Board of Trustees to serve as a Princeton trustee.
Fifty years after Woodstock, co-creator Joel Rosenman '63 looks back at the event that defined a generation and shares his plans for bringing it to Broadway.
Jennifer Caputo has been appointed executive director of Alumni Engagement within Princeton University Advancement, which is now organized into three departments: Advancement Communications, Alumni Communities and Advancement Events.
More than four decades after Sonia Sotomayor '76 blazed a trail through Princeton, José Figueroa '81, C. Kim Goodwin '81, and a group of alumni have partnered to create the Sonia Sotomayor 1976 Scholarship Fund to assist first-generation college students who have demonstrated a commitment to service.
Princeton is addressing student health and wellbeing from multiple directions, in the curriculum and beyond. Last semester, the University launched TigerWell, a collaborative, cross-campus health, wellbeing, and resilience initiative that coordinates existing resources with creative new approaches. The catalyst for action was a well-timed gift from the Elcan Family Fund for Wellness Innovation, a game changer that will enable the University to provide students with more accessible and more responsive services over the next five years.