News at Princeton

Monday, Nov. 24, 2014

Student Work

 

Student work: The Princeton Perspective Project

Everyone faces struggles, setbacks and failures at some point in their Princeton career, yet we so rarely talk about these experiences. Members of the Princeton Perspective Project believe that sharing these stories will reveal a new perspective on campus life, while helping all of us to be more resilient by understanding that failure is a natural part of the path to success — however you define it. Join the conversation by watching our videos, attending an event and sharing your own story! Learn more.  

Student work: 'This is an Elephant'

Senior theater certificate student Ava Geyer's new play, "This is an Elephant, will premiere at 8 p.m. Oct. 17, 18, 22, 23 and 24 in the Matthews Acting Studio at 185 Nassau St. Learn more.  

Student work: The Nash Ensemble of London

The Nash Ensemble of London will perform at Princeton on April 3, and one of the selections they will play is by Viet Cuong, a graduate student composer. Watch Cuong talk about what inspired his original composition, "Trains of Thought." 

Student work: Late-night chamber jam

In fall 2013, Princeton University Concerts presented a post-concert, late-night chamber jam with the St. Lawrence String Quartet. Princeton students and community members came together with the quartet to read Haydn's "Emperor Quartet" after the quartet's concert in Richardson Auditorium.  

Student work: 'Great Expectations'

Take a look behind the scenes as the student cast prepares for a Princeton production of "Great Expectations," Charles Dickens' beloved coming-of-age epic. Directed by Tim Vasen, director of the Program in Theater, the play will feature senior Peter Giovine as Pip with senior Emma Boettcher serving as dramaturg. The production will be performed at 8 p.m. Feb. 14-15 and 20-22 Matthews '53 Acting Studio. Tickets are available through University Ticketing.  

Student work: 'Princeton Against Meningitis Part Two'

Princeton students talk about the importance of the second meningitis B vaccine. A second dose of the vaccine will be available for eligible groups from noon to 8 p.m. Feb. 17-20 in the Frist Campus Center. Two doses are needed for maximum protection. For more information visit the University's meningitis information website.  

Student work: BAC: Drama presents 'Children of Eden'

The Black Arts Company: Drama is producing "Children of Eden," a musical by Stephen Schwartz, creator of "Wicked," directed by graduate student Warren Rieutort-Louis and senior Reena Glaser. The show runs Feb. 6-8 in the Frist Campus Center theater. 

Student work: 'Princeton Against Meningitis'

The Student Health Advisory Board speaks with some of the Princeton students who have had meningitis and with Dr. Janet Neglia of University Health Services. Eligible University community members who did not receive the Meningitis B vaccine in December 2013 may receive the first dose of the vaccine on Jan. 15-16 in the Frist Campus Center. A second dose of the vaccine will be available Feb. 17-20 in the Frist Campus Center. Two doses are needed for maximum protection. For more information visit the University's meningitis information website.  

Student work: 'Uncle Vanya' trailer

The Lewis Center for the Arts' Program in Theater at Princeton University will present "Uncle Vanya" by Anton Chekhov, directed by faculty member R.N. Sandberg and featuring senior Zachary Salk as Vanya, at 8 p.m. Oct. 18, 19, 23, 24 and 25, in the Matthews Acting Studio at 185 Nassau St. A talk-back discussion with Princeton theater lecturer Mark Nelson will be held following the Oct. 24 performance. Read more. 

Student work: 'What’s Science Action?' trailer

The Science Action video program offers Princeton University students the unique opportunity to independently learn about current research topics in climate science, fusion physics or engineering principles by interviewing faculty members and filming a short video to explain a scientific insight in their own words. This trailer shows excerpts from last year's student team productions, currently posted to the Science Action YouTube page as part of Princeton’s informal online educational outreach. Science Action starts its second year with a kickoff meeting on Sept. 26. Read more. 

'Welcome, Class of 2017'

Members of Princeton's Undergraduate Student Government welcome the Class of 2017 to campus. Read more. 

Princeton University Women's Rugby Football Club

Members of the Princeton University Women's Rugby Football Club reflect on what the sport and being a part of the team means to them. Read more. 

University Orchestra presents 'Mindlin Memorial Concerts'

The Princeton University Orchestra presents "The Stuart Mindlin Memorial Concerts" at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, April 26 and 27, in Richardson Auditorium in Alexander Hall. Read more. 

BAC presents 'Survival of the Illest'

The Black Arts Company, Princeton's premier hip-hop dance company, presents "Survival of the Illest" at 8 p.m. Thursday and Friday, April 18 and 19, and at 6:30 and 9 p.m. Saturday, April 20, in the Frist Campus Center theater. Read more. 

Ballet Folklórico presents 'Son De Mi Corazón'

Ballet Folklórico de Princeton presents "Son De Mi Corazón" at 8:30 p.m. Friday, April 12, and 6:30 p.m. Saturday, April 13, in the Frist Campus Center theater. Read more. 

Breakout Princeton civic engagement trip to Houston

Since 2008, the Pace Center for Civic Engagement has sponsored Breakout Princeton trips during fall and spring breaks. In this video, sophomore Ray Chao chronicles the fall 2012 trip that examined how the criminal justice system affects juveniles in Houston. Read more. 

'Welcome to USG'

New officers of Princeton's Undergraduate Student Government (USG) introduce themselves to the campus and call for active student involvement. Read more. 

Students: See your work on the homepage

Submit your creative work and it may be featured on the homepage. Read more. 

Student Work: Engineers Without Borders, Sierra Leone

In the summer of 2012, four Princeton students traveled to Koidu, Sierra Leone, looking for a community to partner with for a new Engineers Without Borders project. Read more. 


Student work: BodyHype presents its Preview showcase

Student troupe BodyHype Dance Company presents its Princeton Preview 2012 show from 2-4 p.m. Friday, April 27, in the Dillon Gym Multipurpose Room.  

Student work: 'BodyHype Spring Show 2011'

The BodyHype student dance troupe presents its 2011 Spring show May 5, 6 and 7 in the Hamilton Murray Theater in Murray-Dodge Hall. Read more.  

Student focus: 'Pre-rade 2010'

In this light take on the 2010 Princeton Pre-rade, students welcome the class of 2014 with University lore, sage advice and "cautionary tales" of local wildlife.  

Student work: Chris Thile and Edgar Meyer to perform

At 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 9, mandolin virtuoso Chris Thile and bassist Edgar Meyer will perform at Richardson Auditorium. This preview features Princeton junior Noah Fishman and senior Austin Gengos performing and talking about the concert. Learn more.  

Welcome, Class of 2018

From their summer adventures all over the world, members of the Undergraduate Student Government welcome the Class of 2018 to Princeton University.  

Mas Flow Dance Company

Mas Flow is a student-run dance company performing various styles of Latin dance for audiences both on and off campus. With an all-are-welcome policy, they invite students to come dance, enjoy themselves and be a part of an easygoing group. 

Student work: 'Princeton Writes'

Princeton Writes is an on-campus program where words matter. Through workshops, roundtables and tutorials, Princeton Writes helps students, faculty and staff become better writers. Read more. 

Student Work: Bridge Year India's 'moments of awe'

Participants of Princeton University's Bridge Year Program captured some notable moments from their time in India. Bridge Year is a nine-month, tuition-free program that allows a select number of students to engage in public service abroad prior to the start of their freshman year. In 2014-15, placements are offered in Brazil, China, India, Peru and Senegal. The application deadline for incoming freshmen is May 18. Learn more.  

Student work: University Orchestra to perform Mahler

The Princeton University Orchestra will be performing Gustav Mahler's Symphony No. 3 at 7:30 p.m. April 25 and 26 in Richardson Auditorium. Tickets are $15 for general admission and $5 for student admission. Learn more.  

Student work: 'Margo in Margoland'

The new play "Margo in Margoland" will be performed at 8 p.m. April 18-19 and 24-26 at the Matthews Acting Studio at 185 Nassau St. In this magical realist adaptation inspired by the Greek myth Medea, Margo falls into her imagination, where she discovers that the pain and betrayal of her past are much more alive and real than she could have ever imagined. The play is written by senior certificate student Rachel Alter, directed by senior certificate student Caroline Slutsky, and choreographed by sophomore Adin Walker. Read more. 

Student work: 'The Producers'

The Lewis Center for the Arts' Program in Theater at Princeton University will present "The Producers," Mel Brooks and Thomas Meehan's hit musical adaptation of classic 1968 film comedy, at 8 p.m. March 7-12 in the Berlind Theatre at McCarter Theatre Center. The production features seniors Mary Lou Kolbenschlag and Evan Thompson and is directed by Ethan Heard, lecturer in theater and the Lewis Center for the Arts, with choreography by junior Eamon Foley. Details and ticketing information are online. 

Student work: 'Wintersession'

Wintersession is a weeklong program for undergraduates to pursue academic and extracurricular enrichment beyond what is offered during the school year.  

Student work: 'Chris Thile Concert Preview'

At 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 24, mandolin virtuoso Chris Thile will make his Princeton University Concerts debut playing works by Bach and others. This preview features Princeton sophomore Noah Fishman talking about Thile, one of Fishman's heroes. Read more. 

Student work: 'Princeton Sound Kitchen'

The Princeton Sound Kitchen presents a wide variety of concerts and events of new music, serving the graduate student and faculty composers of the composition program at Department of Music at Princeton University. The ensemble's next performance is at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 22, at the Princeton Arts Council, 102 Witherspoon St. For information on upcoming concerts, visit their website. 

'The River of Muddy Water' trailer

The film "The River of Muddy Water," by Princeton postdoctoral research associate Sara Sadri, looks at the many challenges to water security in Kenya that she encountered in Africa as a member of Princeton's EcoHydrology Lab. The film features the Maasai farmers who rely on the Ewaso Ng'iro river, scientists studying and forecasting the flows, and policymakers who work to bring reliable water to local populations, as well as African authorities from various water agencies. View the full movie. 

Student Work: Clean water for Peru

Last summer, the Princeton chapter of Engineers Without Borders (EWB-PU) traveled to La Pitajaya, Peru, to construct the first phase of a potable water system. The community currently gets their water from a large river in the area that unfortunately has become significantly polluted from villages upstream. Therefore, the EWB-PU team and La Pitajaya residents plan to construct a system to pipe clean drinking water from a mountain source to both the upper and lower parts of the town. The summer 2012 trip saw the EWB-PU team and community beginning construction of the system for the upper, or "alta," section. 

Student Work: 'Rebecca,' a student film

"Rebecca," a film by senior Chris Dodds featuring original music by sophomore Logan Roth will be shown at 9 p.m. Thursday, May 2, 1 p.m. Friday, May 3, and 4:30 p.m. Thursday, May 9, at the James M. Stewart '32 Theater, 185 Nassau St. Read more. 

Raks Odalisque presents 'Arabian Nights'

Raks Odalisque, Princeton's belly dancing troupe, presents "Arabian Nights" at 8 p.m. Thursday and Friday, March 28-29, and 6 and 9 p.m. Saturday, March 30, in the Frist Campus Center theater. Read more. 

Triple 8 Dance Company presents 'Flashback'

Triple 8 Dance Company, Princeton's East Asian dance group, presents "Flashback" at 8 p.m. Thursday and Friday, Feb. 21 and 22, in Frist Campus Center theater. Read more. 

Seniors Akerman and Ritter present 'The Tempest'

Seniors Lily Akerman and Samantha Ritter will stage a production of Shakespeare's "The Tempest" at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Feb. 8 and 9, and Thursday through Saturday, Feb. 14 to 16, in the Matthews Acting Studio. Read more. 

Sympoh Annual Show, 'Breakout'

Sympoh's annual show, "Breakout," will be performed at 9:30 p.m. Feb. 14-16 at the Frist Film/Performance Theatre. Read more. 

Student Work: 'Student Film Screening'

Screening of work by students from fall 2012 film course taught by Emily Abt. Jan. 18, 2013, 7-8:30pm in the James M. Stewart '32 Theater, 185 Nassau. Read more. 

Student Work: 'A Steady Rain'

The Lewis Center for the Arts senior thesis production "A Steady Rain" will be performed at 8 p.m. Jan. 10-13 at the Marie and Edward Matthews '53 Acting Studio, 185 Nassau St. Read more. 

BAC Fall 2012 show, 'Apocalypse'

Black Arts Company's fall dance show, "Apocalypse," will be performed Thursday, Nov. 29, through Saturday, Dec. 1. Read more. 

Student Work: 'eXpressions dance company'

'eXpressions dance company' presents: UPRISING. November 8-10, 8:00 PM in Frist Campus Center, Film & Performance Theater. Tickets $7 with PUID, $10 General. 

USG offers global greeting to Class of 2016

Members of Princeton's Undergraduate Student Government welcome the Class of 2016 to campus. Read more. 

Student work: 'diSiac' Dance Company

The student dance company diSiac, established in 1998, offers students opportunities to explore their interest in dance. Read more. 

Student work: Potable Water for La Pitajaya

Engineers Without Borders is implementing a potable water project in Peru. Read more.  

Student Work: 'Tsok': A dance thesis by Elizabeth Cooper

"Tsok," a dance thesis by senior Elizabeth Cooper, is at 5 and 8 p.m. May 12, and at 8 p.m. May 13, in Chancellor Green Rotunda. Read More  

Student work: BodyHype presents 'Feel the Red'

Student troupe BodyHype Dance Company presents its 2012 spring show May 10-12 at Theater Intime.  

Student work: BAC presents 'Urban Legend'

Student troupe Black Arts Company: Dance presents its spring show April 12-14 in the Frist Campus Center theater.  

Student work: Underwater robotics

Princeton seniors David Clifton and David Heinz spent a summer testing a robot called the "beluga" in engineering professor Naomi Leonard's laboratory.  

Student work: 'Woyzeck'

Cara Tucker '12 directs her senior thesis production of the classic German play, "Woyzeck," March 9-10 and 14-16 in the Berlind Theatre at the McCarter Theatre Center. Read more.  

Student work: Ghana school library, part 2

Junior Jeremy Blair chronicles the construction of a library in Ghana, which was built with the help of Princeton's chapter of Engineers Without Borders. Read more. 

Student work: Naacho presents 'Yaadein'

Student dance troupe Naacho presents its 10th anniversary show, "Yaadein: The Bollywood Movie of Life," March 1-3 in the Frist Campus Center theater.  

Student work: Ensemble ACJW to present concert

Ensemble ACJW, featuring musicians from The Academy at Carnegie Hall, will perform in the Princeton University Concerts series Jan. 19 in Richardson Auditorium.  

Student work: BodyHype presents 'Unleashed'

Student dance troupe BodyHype presents its winter show, "Unleashed," Jan. 12-14 in the Hamilton Murray Theater in Murray-Dodge Hall. Read more.  

Student work: 'Work for Hire'

Princeton's student tap dancing troupe, TapCats, presents "Help Wanted" at 8 p.m. Jan. 12-14 in the Frist Campus Center theater. Read more.  

Student work: Princeton Chinese Theatre presents '27'

The Princeton Chinese Theatre presents '27' Nov. 17-19 in the Frist Campus Center theater. English subtitles provided. Read more.  

Student Work: 'Science Plays'

Jeffrey Kuperman '12 goes behind the scenes of a staged reading of winning entries from the Princeton science playwriting competition. It will take place 8 p.m., Oct. 17 in Taplin Auditorium.  

Student Work: 'The Monkeys Are Coming!'

Jeffrey Kuperman '12 profiles Gabriel Crouse's senior thesis production of "The Monkeys Are Coming!" Performances will be at the Matthews Acting Studio Sept. 30 and Oct. 1, 6-8.  

Student Work: 'BAC: The Making of "Beast Mode"'

Jack Hutton '13 documents the effort and dedication that Princeton students put into making a Black Arts Company dance production. Learn more. 

Student work: Ghana School Library Initiative

Students involved in Princeton's chapter of Engineers without Borders speak about their experience helping build a library in Ashaiman, Ghana. Read more. 

Video: The Princeton Prize in Race Relations

Winners of the Princeton Prize, an awards program for high school students, attend an annual symposium on race. Watch the full video on YouTube. 

Student Work: On tour with Princeton's Chapel Choir

Student work: Princeton University Chapel Choir traveled to Prague, Vienna and Budapest for their 2011 intersession tour. Read more. 

VIDEO: 'Princeton University Chapel Choir'

Princeton University Chapel Choir traveled to Prague, Vienna and Budapest for their 2011 intersession tour.  Read Story

Student work: 'BLUEPRINTS'

Student dance company, diSiac, presents its annual spring show, “BLUEPRINTS,” April 21–23 in Frist Campus Center theater. Read more. 

Student work: 'BEAST MODE!!'

Come see BAC's Spring Semester show BEAST MODE!! Tickets on sale now at Frist Campus Center and online. Read more. 

Student work: 'Raks Odalisque'

Student belly dancing troupe Raks Odalisque presents its annual spring show, “Mystique,” April 7–9 in Frist Campus Center theater. Read more. 

Student work: 'House of Blue Leaves'

Jeffrey Kuperman '13 profiles a senior thesis production of "The House of Blues Leaves," which continues March 31 and April 1-2 at the McCarter Theatre Center. Read more. 

Student work: 'Ballet Folklórico'

Student troupe Ballet Folklórico's production, "Detrás del Sombrero" ("Behind the Hat"), pays tribute to the vibrant cultures of Mexico April 1-2 in Frist Campus Center theater. Read more. 

Students' minds flower in winter

During winter, Princeton students forged trails among the many spots for study and reflection across campus. Read more. 

Student work: 'Sympoh presents "Unleashed"'

Student troupe Sympoh combines a variety of urban dance styles in their spring show, "Unleashed," Feb. 17-19 at the Frist Campus Center theater. Read more. 

Student work: 'Naacho presents "Talaash"'

Naacho's student dancers present a search for lost love in their spring semester show Feb. 10-12 in the Hamilton Murray Theater in Murray-Dodge Hall. Read more. 

Student focus: 'Celebrating Dean's Date'

Twice a year, undergraduates pack McCosh Courtyard to cheer on fellow students running to meet the deadline for written coursework. Read more. 

Student work: 'TapCats present "Tapparation"'

Princeton's student tap dancing company will perform to current and classic hits in their 2011 show, Jan. 6-8 in the Frist Campus Center theater. Read more. 

Student work: 'BodyHype presents "Body Body!"'

The BodyHype student dance troupe presents its 20th anniversary show Jan. 6, 7 and 8 in the Hamilton Murray Theater in Murray-Dodge Hall. Read more.  

Student work: 'diSiac presents "Flux"'

Student troupe diSiac Dance Co. continues to cross genres with its production, "Flux," which will be performed Dec. 9 and 10 in Berlind Theatre. Read more. 

Student work: 'It Gets Better'

Jack Thornton '13 and fellow Princeton students created this video contribution for the "It Gets Better" video campaign to inspire hope for young LGBT people facing harassment. See the full video. 

Student work: 'Dial "M" for Marriage'

Princeton South Asian Theatrics will present a new original play Dec. 3 and 4 in Frist Campus Center theater. Read more. 

Student Work: A Journey to Nicaragua and Honduras

A group of 16 undergraduates traveled overseas this summer to learn about the religious, social and political situations in both countries. Read more.  

Student work: 'BAC.Dance: "Power"'

The Black Arts Company presents its fall dance production Nov. 18, 19 and 20 in the Frist Campus Center theater. For show times, see University Ticketing.  

Student work: 'This Is Our Youth'

Chris Ghaffari '12 directs Theatre Intime's production of Kenneth Lonergan's play, which is being presented Nov. 11-13 and 18-20 in Murray-Dodge Hall. Read more.  

Student work: 'eXpressions performs "Journeys"'

Student dance troupe eXpressions performs its fall show at 8 p.m., Nov. 11-13, in Frist Campus Center theater. More details at University Ticketing.  

Student work: 'Open Spaces'

Members of the Student Environmental Communication Network explore the significance of open spaces and profile a group working to preserve natural areas around Princeton.  

Student work: U-Bikes and Cyclab

Three students profile Princeton’s U-Bikes program and the Cyclab, which support sustainable transportation on campus. Read more. 

Student work: Eco-Reps

Eco-Reps students promoted sustainability in 2009-10 through events such as a trash recycling pilot project at Reunions. Read more about campus sustainability efforts

'Greening Princeton'

Jack Hutton '13 documented the "Greening Fashion" show, in which student designers entered pieces made of objects that were reused or can be deemed sustainable. Read more.  

Student work: Set design at Princeton

Senior Casey Ford Alexander documents the Lewis Center's theatrical design course with Guest Lecturer Riccardo Hernandez. Read more.  

Student work: 'The Real World: BAC'

The Black Arts Company: Dance, a Princeton student hip-hop dance troupe, will present its spring show May 6-8 in the Film and Performance Theatre at Frist Campus Center. Read more.  

Student work: BodyHype's spring performance

The student-run BodyHype Dance Company will present its spring show May 6-8 in Hamilton Murray Theater. Read more.  

Student work: diSiac's 'Rituals'

Sophomore Jeffrey Kuperman highlights excerpts from "Rituals," diSiac Dance Company's next performance, which takes place April 22-24 in the Frist Campus Center theater. Read more.  

Student work: 'Rosaleen'

Casey Ford Alexander profiles "Rosaleen," an original opera created by seniors Maxwell Mamon and Alexis Rodda, which premiers April 2-3 in Richardson Auditorium. More details. 

Student work: Ballet Folklorico performs 'Por Un Beso'

Princeton's traditional Mexican dance group will perform "Por un Beso (For a Kiss)" at 8 p.m. April 2-3 in the Frist Campus Center theater. Read more. 

Student work: Paavana Kumar's senior recital

Brenda Jin '10 profiles Paavana Kumar, who will perform Ravel's "Ondine" as part of her senior recital, 8 p.m., March 26 in Taplin Auditorium, Fine Hall.  

Student work: Triple 8 performs 'Phases'

Triple 8 will perform "Phases," with pieces ranging from East Asian dance and martial arts to lyrical and hiphop, Feb. 26-27, in Frist Campus Center theater. Read more. 

Student work: To Haiti, With Love

BAC: Dance and other groups will present a benefit performance for Haiti earthquake relief at Richardson Auditorium Feb. 12, 8 p.m. More details at Princeton's Haiti Earthquake Response site.  

Student work: Princeton Atelier

Princeton Atelier will present staged readings of two new experimental works Jan. 8-9. The second reading, "F@#k Computers," combines original music, video and live performance. Read more. 

Student work: TapCats' 'Velocity'

Junior Amanda Van Duynhoven documents Princeton's tap dance troupe, TapCats. They will present "Velocity" in McCormick 101, Jan. 7-9. Visit the Frist Ticket Office for tickets. 

Student work: diSiac 'Borderlines'

Sophomore Jeffrey Kuperman documented diSiac's next dance performance, "Borderlines," which will take place at Berlind Theater Dec. 10 and 11. Read more

Student work: Ragtime: the Musical

The Princeton University Players will present "Ragtime: The Musical" Thursday through Sunday, Nov. 12-15, at the Matthews Acting Studio, 185 Nassau St. Read more

Student work: "Super/Natural"

The eXpressions Dance Company will perform "Super/Natural" Nov. 12–14, 8 p.m. at the Frist Campus Center theater. Visit the company's website for more information. 

Student work: Integrated Science

Christina Chang '12 documented her freshman year in Princeton's Integrated Science Curriculum, which breaks down traditional disciplinary barriers. 

Student work: 'The Underpants'

Princeton Summer Theater closes its 2009 season with Steve Martin's zany adaptation of "The Underpants," playing through Aug. 16 at the Hamilton Murray Theater. Read more

Student work: 'No Time for Comedy'

Princeton Summer Theater will perform S.N. Behrman's "No Time for Comedy" through Aug. 2 at the Hamilton Murray Theater as part of a series of student productions

Student work: Chabad House

Casey Ford Alexander, class of 2010, profiles a Torah dedication at Chabad House, which offers campus community members opportunities to learn about Hasidic Jewish thought.  

Student work: It's Greener on Top

The benefits of green roofs on urban landscapes and campuses such as Princeton's are explored in excerpts from a student-produced documentary. Watch the full video

Student work: Lily Cowles' senior thesis

Religion major Lily Cowles learned Portuguese and filmmaking in just one year to create her senior thesis documentary on the Mazione Church in Mozambique. Read more

Student work: BodyHype Spring Performance

Student dancers and choreographers will present BodyHype Dance Company's spring show May 7-9 in Murray Theater. Read more

Student work: Wilson College BlackBox

Lalithra Fernando, class of 2010, produced a video discussing student parties in the Wilson College BlackBox. View the full video

Student work: diSiac performs 'Possession'

Sophomore Isaiah Miller documented diSiac's next dance performance, "Possession," which will take place April 23-25 in the Frist Campus Center theater. Read more

Student work: Princeton South Asian Theatrics

Princeton South Asian Theatrics will present 'Junior Slums-Dog Millionaire' April 16-18 in the Forbes Black Box Theater. Read more

Student work: Glee Club

The Princeton University Glee Club will be performing Johann Sebastian Bach's 'Mass in B Minor' on Saturday, April 18, at 8 pm. Read more

Student work: eXpressions Dance Company

eXpressions Dance Company's 'Mind Body Soul' will be performed April 16-18 at the Frist Campus Center theater. 

Student work: Sightings & Sounds of Angels in America

Angels in America will be performed April 2-11 in the Matthews Acting Studio at 185 Nassau St. View full video. Read more

Student work: Ballet Folklórico performs 'Raices'

Ballet Folklórico de Princeton's annual show will highlight the unique folk dancing traditions of México, April 3 and 4 at Frist Campus Center theater. Read more

Student work: Naacho performs 'Raaz'

Naacho performed "Raaz: A Story of Secret Love," for their annual show, which featured a variety of Indian dance styles from traditional to fusion, March 5-7. Read more.  

Student work: 'Assassins'

The Princeton University Players will present Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman's "Assassins" at the Whitman College Class of 1970 Theater, Feb. 26-28 and March 5-7. Read more.  

Student work: Triple 8 performs 'Unconditional'

Princeton's East Asian dance company performed its annual show, "Unconditional," Feb. 12-14 in Hamilton-Murray Theater. Read more. 

Student work: 'Freeze Frame'

Princeton's breakdancing crew, Sympoh, performed at Frist Film/Performance Theatre, Feb. 5-7. Juniors Alan Yang and Elliot Min produced this video on their show. 

Student work: Breaking Down Barriers

Student volunteers ran workshops and a carnival for families with children with Down syndrome during the 2008 Princeton Disability Awareness Conference.  

Student work: The Beat is Sweet

Lauren Whitehead produced a preview of her senior thesis production, an imagined encounter between Langston Hughes and Federico Garcia Lorca, which was performed Jan. 9-11. Read more. 

Student work: diSiac celebrates with 'Evolution!'

The diSiac Dance Company celebrated its 10th anniversary with the performance of "Evolution!" Dec. 4-5 in the Berlind Theatre.  

Student work: Ewaso Water Project

Taofik Kolade, class of 2008, created a short movie from Trenton Franz's video diary on his field research in Africa as part of the Grand Challenges Program. Read story. 

Student work: Camera stabilization senior thesis

Zennen Clifton profiles a camera stabilization platform developed by engineering school classmates Taofik Kolade and Mike Wood for their senior thesis.  

Student work: Center for Information Technology Policy

Mike Wood, class of 2008, profiles CITP, a cross-disciplinary academic group that is joining ORFE in a new home at Sherrerd Hall.  

Student work: BodyHype

Princeton's BodyHype Dance Company enthusiastically embraces a variety of styles, including ballet, hip-hop and modern. 

Student work: Scanning Santorini

Princeton computer scientists are collaborating with archaeologists to develop an automated system to help reconstruct wall paintings that hold clues to the ancient culture of Thera, Greece. Read story. 

Women in Theory summer workshop

Responding to the need for more women in theoretical computer science, Princeton hosted the Women in Theory workshop in June. Read more. 

Student work: Ballet Folklorico

Princeton's Mexican folk dancing troupe performed their annual spring show in April. (Video by sophomore Adrienne Dominguez.) Read Story 

Student work: 'Clue: The Musical'

The Princeton University Players brought the popular board game mystery to life as an interactive show with 216 possible endings. (Video by sophomore Anastasia Erbe.)  

Student work: iGEM competition

Zennen Clifton, class of 2008, interviews Professor Ron Weiss about Princeton's student entries in the iGEM competition. Their experiments may lead to novel disease treatments. 

Student work: Theatre Intime

Theatre Intime will present "The Arabian Nights," directed by sophomore Katie Benedict, Thursday through Saturday, April 24-26. (Video by junior Jackie Bello)
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Student work: Glee Club

The Glee Club's annual oratorio, featuring Mendelssohn's "Elijah" Op. 70, included a professional orchestra and soloists. (Video by freshman Bradley Baron) 

Student work: Sympoh Urban Arts Crew

Senior Taofik Kolade directed this video on Sympoh, the original Ivy League urban arts crew.  

Student work: Triple 8 dance company

Princeton's East Asian dance company is devoted to the art and performance of contemporary and traditional East Asia. 

Student work: Feel the vibe

Sophomore Lalithra Fernando produced a video featuring D. Scotton, a junior concentrating in sociology, for Professor Keith Sanborn's Introduction to Film and Video Production. 

Student work: It's your life

Isaiah Miller, class of 2011, produced this public service announcement for a high school media class. He is considering concentrating in psychology with a certificate in visual arts.