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- • Architecture students helping bring classic Russian play to life
- • Fagles, Lewis awarded National Humanities Medal
- Freshman Seminars
- • Cultivating a critical eye through art and science
- • Seeing culture through technology and technology through culture
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Architecture students helping bring classic Russian play to life
Graduate students in the School of Architecture will see their work in a new seminar come to life on the Berlind Theatre stage this spring.
Fagles, Lewis awarded National Humanities Medal
Princeton scholars Robert Fagles, a renowned translator of Greek classics, and Bernard Lewis, one of the world’s leading authorities on the Middle East, have been awarded the National Humanities Medal by President Bush.
Sarbanes and Coles to be honored with alumni awards
Two graduates of Princeton’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs who have devoted their careers to public service have been selected as the 2007 recipients of the University’s top honors for alumni.
Cultivating a critical eye through art and science
George Washington loomed above them. Drawn from life by the American artist Charles Wilson Peale in 1784, he was withstanding scrutiny from a group of 14 freshmen and their professor, Rachael DeLue.
Seeing culture through technology and technology through culture
It was 7:30 on a recent Wednesday evening and nine freshmen were taking their seats in Room 121 of Forbes College while Szymon Rusinkiewicz, assistant professor of computer science, displayed their art projects for the week on a wide screen.
Annan to give major policy address
United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan will deliver a major policy address at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 28, in Richardson Auditorium, Alexander Hall. As part of the event, undergraduate students plan to present Annan with the Crystal Tiger award for serving as an “agent of progress.”