Revisit the slideshows featured on the Princetoniana homepage.
These photos present a sampling of the unique designs for 25th Reunion jackets. Members of the 25th Reunion class proudly model their new jackets as they march at the head of the P-rade at Princeton Reunions. Photographs courtesy of the the Office of Alumni Affairs and the Office of Development Communications.
These photos capture scenes from alumni conferences that have celebrated the many faces of Princeton. Photos courtesy of the Office of Alumni Affairs.
Back to School
These photos capture the excitement of the start of the school year, from pre-orientation and moving in for new students to Opening Exercises and more. Photos courtesy of the Office of Communciations and Gary King '79.
Enjoy a sampling of Princeton Reunions from the early 1900s to the early 1990s. Photos courtesy of the Princeton University Archives, the Princeton Alumni Weekly, the Office of Development and Mibs Southerland Mara.
Princeton Spring Athletics
Enjoy scenes of Princeton spring athletics past and present through photos provided by Princeton Athletics, Princeton University Archives, the Princeton Alumni Weekly, Office of Development and University Services.
Enjoy scenes of Alumni Day past and present through photos provided by the Princeton University Archives, the Princeton Alumni Weekly, the Office of Communications and the Office of Alumni Affairs.
Scenes of the Princeton campus past in 25 vintage postcards from the private collection of Sev Onyshkevych '83, chair of the volunteer Princetoniana Committee.
The "Pre-rade" is one of Princeton's newest traditions, dating to September 5, 2004. On that day incoming members of the Class of 2008 were greeted by sophomores, juniors and seniors sporting T-shirts from their various residential colleges, and by alumni dressed in Reunions garb. Photos courtesy of the Princetoniana Committee and the Offices of Alumni Affairs, Development and Communications.
"Princeton Reunions are an outward symbol of an inner grace." — John V. Fleming *63, Louis W. Fairchild Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Emeritus. Photos courtesy of the Princetoniana Committee and the Offices of Alumni Affairs, Development and Communications.
Princeton at Night
Glowing old and new buildings provide a background for nighttime activity at Princeton. Photos courtesy of the Office of Communications.
Campus in Winter
Winter scenes at Princeton capture the beauty of nature and the bustle of student life. Photos courtesy of the Office of Communications; ice hockey photo by Beverly Schaefer.
Fall Color on Campus
Enjoy the seasonal colors of the Princeton campus as fall becomes winter. Photos courtesy of the Office of Communications.
Watercolors of Campus Scenes
Watercolors of campus scenes created by artist Marina Ahun.