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'A Year in Review: 2014-15'

The 2014-15 academic year at Princeton included moments of joy, protest and wonder for the University community, and this video shows some of those key points, from Opening Exercises in the fall to the University's 268th Commencement in the spring.
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'Hero': The making of a senior thesis

Eamon Foley, a member of the Class of 2015, was an anthropology major who also earned a certificate in theater. For his theater thesis, he blended his academic studies in ethnography — the process of studying a culture through observation and interviews — with his professional experience as a performer to create an original theater-dance piece titled "Hero." The show tells the story of a young man transformed by his experiences in the Vietnam War through indie rock music, dance and aerial choreography. Read more.

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diSiac dance 'family' performs at Richardson

diSiac Dance Company, a Princeton University student group established in 1998, welcomes dancers with a variety of backgrounds — from various dance styles to different levels of experience, and from all corners of campus. This spring, as the group prepared for its show "Novum," students worked with the staff of Richardson Auditorium in Alexander Hall as part of the venue's new Student Artist in Residence program. Read more.

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Student work: Congratulations, Professor Bhargava

Professor Manjul Bhargava won the Fields Medal for top mathematicians under age 40 in 2014, and students who have taken his freshman seminar watched the webcast of the ceremony in Seoul. Junior Lillian Xu compiled a video of her fellow students congratulating the professor while thanking him for the incredible class they had their freshman spring.

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