November 8, 2000


Hanging Out

Challenge and teamwork drive a diverse group to climb

By James Morton Turner GS

Tucked away in a corner of the armory is the university's climbing wall. Hundreds of brightly colored climbing holds - some the size of a fist, others the size of a finger - stretch 35 feet into the air.

Way beyond the Gate

Students and alumni cross borders in search of education, adventure

By Kathryn Federici Greenwood

Princeton undergraduates could easily hole up in Firestone Library for four years - not to mention entertain themselves with on-campus extracurriculars - and never seek out another perspective on the world. In fact, most do.