On Friday morning, reuners and seniors lined up outside PJ's
Pancake House on Nassau Street. From left, Janice Jin 01
(back to camera), Lindsay Gartman 01 (wearing purple),
Laura Schutz 01 (with bag), and Matthew Schwartz 00
with Mayra Ceja 03 wait patiently for their turn to
life? Professor John Wilmerding, known for coordinating his
ties with the contents of his lectures, sports a big one for
his last lecture in his class on American art and Modernism.
Workers used nets to scoop out the suds that bubbled up from
the fountain at the Woodrow Wilson School. No one has stepped
forward to claim responsibility for the annual soaping of
On a bright spring morning, a group of students practiced
field hockey at the 1952 Stadium.
On a picture perfect Easter Sunday, the Japanese magnolias
at the Woodrow Wilson School plaza burst into pink glory.
Today, rainfall and gloomy skies prevail.
At noon, approximately 200 people rallied at Frist Campus
Center in support of cost of living adjustment increases for
Princeton's lowest wage workers. The rally was sponsored by
WROC -- Workers Rights Organizing Committee.
A cool winter's night: Recently our photographer Kristen Albertsen
02 caught Toni Piech '02 burning the midnight wattage
in his room in Dod Hall. The warm sunshine that arrived in
Princeton this week finally might entice students
outside to study in the daytime, or play Frisbee anyway.
This week director Ron Howard was at Princeton shooting the
movie A Beautiful Mind, starring Russell Crowe. On Wednesday,
a cool morning greeted the actors and crew as they prepared
for a day's shooting on Cannon Green.
March madding crowd When the Tigers met North Carolina in
the NCAA tournament on March 16, Frist Campus Center was jammed
with students watching every available TV. Tigers may have
lost 70-48, but their fans back home stayed with them until
These undergraduates aren't yet wallflowers. They are, however,
beginning students in the ballroom dance class offered at
Dillon Gym on Wednesday evenings. Photographer Kristen Albertsen
02 also knows how to dance.
David Bengali 04 (left), from Frederick, Maryland, and
Allie Tepper 01, from New York City, pose onstage at
Theatre Intime Wednesday night. Bengali, lighting designer,
and Tepper (a physics major), set designer, work late preparing
for a production of Picasso at the Lapin Agile, to
be produced this weekend and next.
At the Frist event booth, this student is one of many purchasing
a ticket to a UFO concert taking place in the Frist performance
space over the past weekend.
When the casting call came for "A Beautiful MInd,"
a film to be shot on campus this spring, among the hopefuls
at McCosh 110 were Victoria Paige 01 (left), of Sparta,
New Jersey, and Laura Hahn 01, of Upper Black Eddy,
On the night before Valentine's Day, Frist was packed with
students. Peter Sculco 04 studies for his psychology
On the first day after intersession, one happy senior makes
her way to an engineering class at the E-Quad.
during intersession, Orange Key tours take place. This small
band of visitors toured the campus on a rainy Tuesday in January.
Annie Ruderman 01, one of PAWs On the Campus writers,
snapped this shot during a tour she took just for fun. (See
her On the Campus column, posted Monday, February 5.).
exam week, members of Agape Christian Fellowship offered hot
chocolate to passersby on McCosh Walk. Shown left to right
are: Rebekah Wagner 02, Parker Altman 02, Christy
Cronin 04, Judd Robertson 02, and Jeff Mah 02.
Serving himself is Jeff Schneider 98, who was visiting
On Wednesday, January 11, sophomores Ryan Driscoll, Kyle Stout,
Bianca Martinez, and Rick Pickett waited for the start of
a rally in McCosh 46. The rally was organized by WROC (Workers'
Rights Organizing Committee), a new campus group hoping to
improve the lot of Princeton's lowest-paid employees. The
four students, all part-time food service workers, came to
show support for the university employees with whom they work.
The rally attracted an overflowing crowd of more than 200
Five days after a New Year's blizzard, campus lay nestled
under snow as it awaited students' return on January 8.
Frazier '02 and Kim Palladino '02 take a moment during the
Whig-Clio holiday banquet to pose in the Senate Chamber. Photographer
Kristen Albertsen '02 referred to them as "just goofin' around."
Winter formals took place on December 9 at the clubs. Shown
here at a pre-dance cocktail party are (left to right) Stephen
Ahnert '02, Graeme Ramshaw '02, Andrew Fernandez '02, and
Dave Volk '02, roommates in Brown Hall.
At the Whig-Clio elections that took place December 6, shown
is an unidentified freshman registering with Vance Serchuk
'01, the elections chair. This annual event results in the
election of the central officers, who are Jon Ophardt '03,
president; Jamie Bartholomew '02, vice president; and James
Tieng '03, secretary. The elections were raucous, as is to
be expected from the debaters and politicians in the Whig
Cliosophic Society. (Photo by Kristen Albertsen '02)
Plazi Ricklin, Eddy Fiorelli, and Nathan Marsh, all MAE grad
students, get ready for the intramural hockey game between
the E-Quad and the Woodrow Wilson School. Stephen Ahnert '02
snapped the photo around 10 p.m. on November 27. The game
ended in a 7-7 tie.
On Friday afternoon, November 17, Todd Johnson '03 runs circles
on Cannon Green as part of the Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity
fundraiser for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Photographer
Stephen Ahnert '02 said that Todd and his fraternity brothers
ran for two hours; it was not known how much money was raised.
10: Instead of hanging around Frist Campus Center to view
the latest election news on the big-screen TV, Matt Wisnioski
GS read Booker T. Washington's Up From Slavery in the 1969
Garden next to Murray-Dodge. Wisnioski is a first-year grad
student in the history of science. His reading is for Dan
Rodgers's class Problems in American Cultural and Intellectual
On a perfect football afternoon, just before the Tigers met
the Quakers on the gridiron, the band wended its way to the
stadium, passing through "The Hedgehog and the Fox," Richard
Serra's tilty sculpture. The perfect football afternoon, though,
turned into a rout for Penn, who trounced Princeton 40-24.
Liz Condliffe '02 (foreground) and Jessica Roeder '02 use
a mill to shape one of the beams for a crane, a project for
the MAE 321 Engineering Design class. Teams of six compete
against classmates to build lightweight cranes that lift a
heavy load to a specified height in a certain time. (Photo
by Stephen Ahnert '02)
On a picture-perfect October 21, the Tigers met the Crimson
at Princeton Stadium. Despite the valiant efforts of Princeton's
new quarterback, David Splithoff '04, Princeton fell 35-21.
Stephen Ahnert '02 took this shot around 2:30 p.m.
At the Science and Technology Job Fair on October 13 in Dillon,
more than a hundred companies (Ford, IBM, Trilogy, Amazon.com,
Anderson) collected resumes and handed out promotional material
(pens, post-its, bottle-openers) to students. According to
photographer Stephen Ahnert '02, most students went to stock
up on free stuff.
On October 5, the day President Clinton spoke on campus as
part of a conference, two student groups, Democratic Left
and Students for Nader, set up this table in Firestone plaza
to take advantage of the added pedestrian traffic and of the
presence of the national media. From left are Balazs Hetenyi,
a research associate in chemistry, and graduate students Curtis
Deutsch, Kyoko Sato, and Joe Conley.
After a three-day fall bicker, Tower Club welcomed its seven
new members with a champagne party on Thursday evening, September
28. This photo, taken at 11 p.m. by Stephen Ahnert '02, a
member of Tower Club, shows the new members in a group on
the left with two of the club's officers standing by, Geoff
Gentile '01, the assistant social chair (center with two bottles
of bubbly) and Dan Winn '01, president (in profile on the
right). The event was semi-formal.
Singing in the Arch
Part of this year's new-member initiation for the Nassoons
took place Sunday, September 24, at 11:15 p.m. in the newly
renovated Blair Arch. Photographer Steve Ahnert '02 caught
the all-male singing group doing a "choreo" song, as Ahnert
said, which "basically makes the new members look ridiculous
since they don't know any of the moves."
On Monday morning, September 18, students check their email
at stand-up "kiosks" at the Frist Campus Center. The kiosks
allow students, faculty, and staff to log-on to Princeton's
Saloni Doshi '03 and her father, Bharat, on the lawn behind
Alexander Hall prepare to heave her belongings, including
a futon, books, lamps, and carpet to Campbell Hall. Saloni,
who comes from Holmdel, New Jersey, said she was able to bring
so much stuff because she lives so close to Princeton.