Outdoor and Community programs
Princeton NJ -- Many members of Princeton's class of 2007 spent the first week of September coping with challenges and getting to know their fellow classmates in the Outdoor Action and Community Action programs.
The 110 incoming freshmen who participated in the University's Community Action program volunteered their time with a range of social service agencies, from food distribution programs to home renovation projects.
Above, from left, Ogbonna Price of the Trenton-based Martin House program works with freshmen Kathleen Lee, Yoni Pomeranz, Noah Saipe and Alicia Myers. Above right, Saipe worked with a drill on a house that the students helped renovate for a family in Trenton. Some 35 upperclass students served as group leaders at the sites in Philadelphia, Trenton and Princeton.
A total of 641 freshmen went hiking, canoeing and climbing at locations ranging from the Berkshires in Massachusetts to the Appalachian Trail in Maryland during the Outdoor Action program's 30th annual frosh trip.
Above left, freshman Aimee Contreras loaded up her backpack for another day in the Black Forest of northwestern Pennsylvania. Above right, (front) Charles Vu, Liah Chin, (back) Alexander Maugeri, Steve Farias and Noah Schoenberg celebrated reaching the top of a hill. More than 200 current Princeton students served as leaders for the trip.