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Thursday, Sept. 18, 2014

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'Three Students'


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These three Princeton students are pursuing their passions in distinctive ways. Read more.


Video Closed Captions


JACINTH GREYWOODE: I was
actually a psychology major

focusing in neuroscience
before I decided

to switch to music.

[PIANO PLAYING]

PROFESSOR: He's really blossomed
here, which is just

beautiful to see.

JACINTH GREYWOODE: I am
composing a mass for

orchestra and choir.

It will be a small orchestra
and a four part choir.

CARMINA MANCENON: I'm from
the Philippines,

but I lived in Japan.

I wasn't entirely sure what I
wanted to do after graduation.

I know I want to work in
international development.

I did a summer internship last
summer through the Princeton

Environmental Institute in the
eastern cape of South Africa

working on a rural health
care research project.

The hospital there had
seven doctors to

about 140,000 patients.

KATRINA HACKER: I took a year
off after finishing high

school and dedicated myself
completely to skating.

I couldn't say no to Princeton
when I got in.

As a history major, one takes
a junior seminar and mine is

called the Modern Jewish
Intellectual.

I've gotten involved in planning
a Special Olympics

skating program.


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