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- • Celebrating the start of a new academic year
- • Tilghman offers five-point plan for success at Princeton
- • Renovated club to become gathering place for students
- • Sagnier introduces new language for learning
- • Team benefits from demands of interdisciplinary science
- • Planet Earth may have ‘tilted’ to keep its balance, say scientists
- • Parking changes intended to provide improved service
- • Chiller plant wins design award
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Celebrating the start of a new academic year
Princeton NJ — The University community marked the beginning of a new academic year with Opening Exercises on Sept. 10. Students streamed into the chapel for the interfaith service and gathered outside afterward.
Members of the class of 2010 participated in a “pre-rade” from the chapel through FitzRandolph Gate, giving them the opportunity to officially enter the campus to start their undergraduate experience and to be greeted by fellow Princetonians.
President Tilghman and Woodrow Wilson School Dean Anne-Marie Slaughter (above, right) led a few locomotive cheers for the new students.
Honored for their academic achievements were (pictured from left) George B. Wood Legacy Junior Prize winner Glen Weyl; Class of 1939 Princeton Scholar Award winner Tamara Broderick; Freshman First Honor Prize winner Wei Ho; and George B. Wood Legacy Sophomore Prize co-winner Zachary Squire (co-winner Andrei Negut was not present). For more information on the students and their accomplishments, visit www.princeton.edu/ main/ news/ archive/ S15/79/09M54/.
The University Band later entertained the crowd on Alexander Beach at a picnic.
(All photos by Denise Applewhite)