Photo Album — On the Scene: Volume 2001-02

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2001: Summer in Princeton
2001: Princeton in Bloom


Summer comes to a close on campus, as students return and the faculty gear up for another year. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)


Robin Freeman (left) and Ada Kagel, peek out from their food service wagon parked by one of the university's administrative buildings. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)



Entering freshman Samantha Adamson, of Fort Seybert, West Virigina, was on campus during August to take part in a summer program. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)


During a week-long heat wave in Princeton, not much was stirring on campus. Our photographer saw nary a soul as he strolled through campus, but these two crows in the Blair/Joline courtyard caught his eye. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)


Alexei Ditter, a graduate student in East Asian studies from Minneapolis, checks his email at Frist Campus Center. Frist continues to be busy through the summer, as Princeton is host to a variety of programs. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)


Many activities take place on campus during the summer, including numerous sports camps, which attract hundreds of students. Here, two fencers work on their skills under the aegis of Princeton's fencing coach, Michel Sebastiani. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)


David Podrasky ’05, of Yardley, Pennsylvania, leads an Orange Key Tour from his motorized wheelchair, which he propels backwards as he talks to the crowd. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

Rob Chaseman on tenor sax and Andrew Dykers on guitar perform last Wednesday night at a weekly concert series, held at Frist Campus Center. The duo is from Chapel Hill, North Carolina. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)


On a sultry day in June, Debbie Lee ’03 chooses to exercise in Dillon Gym rather than face the New Jersey elements. Lee, who majors in molecular biology, is in Princeton during the summer working on her senior thesis. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)


The rain in Princeton has been either nonexistent or drenching. Carla Nappi, a third-year graduate student, makes her way to Firestone in one of the month's soakers. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

Ben Markham ’02, of Carmel, Indiana, and Ayse Tanyeri ’02, of Istanbul, Turkey, get a thumbs-up from James Wei, dean of the School of Engineering and Applied Science. Markham and Tanyeri each received the department's Elgin Prize on Class Day 2002. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)


Stuart Essig ’83 and Erin Enright ’82 hang happily on campus during Reunions 2002. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

Martha Moore ’02 (left) and Jen Sodaski ’02 supported the Tigers at the NCAA lacrosse semifinals at Rutgers on Saturday, May 25, when Princeton defeated Johns Hopkins, 11-9, (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)



Relaxing on a rare-this-year beautiful day in May, Vanessa Gomez ’05 (left) and Yesim Koman ’05 stretch out on the grass behind Stanhope Hall. Final exams conclude this week. Reunions begin May 30. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

Lance Walters ’02 takes it easy as he swings one for the wiffle in front of 1901 Hall. Finals and comprehensive exams begin this week. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

Houseparties took place this past weekend, and the weather was perfect. Here Marlo McGriff ’04 climbs Blair Arch steps on the way to pick up his date. Flowers were everywhere Friday evening, in arms, on lapels, on wrists. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)


Christopher Burkmar ’00, who works in the admissions office, talks to pre-frosh students who are checking out the campus before deciding whether to take Princeton's offer of admission. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)


Dan Irby ’02 struggles to lift a carton of books, which is being sent to Ghana, Africa, as part of the Ghana Education Project, a Princeton student initiative. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

On a lovely spring day, John Young ’02, of Santa Monica, California, sits on the steps of the sundial in McCosh courtyard to read. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

Last Wednesday, April 3, students protested Israel's occupation of the West Bank and Gaza. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)


First baseman Ryan Eldridge ’05 forces out a Penn runner during last Friday's league opener at Clarke Field. The Tigers swept the Quakers in four games over the weekend. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)


Members of the lacrosse team during the national anthem at the game against Syracuse, which Princeton lost 1-3. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)


Robert Huber ’05 makes a diving catch while playing touch football in front of Clio Hall. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)


Geza Szigethy ’04, Jacob Weiss ’03, and Dave Sachs ’02 (left to right) make the pins dance at juggling practice in Dillon recently. (Photo by Matt Winn ’03)


Darren Geist, Sasha Leonhart, and Chrissy Nesbitt, all of the Class of 2005, study together and chat on a bench between Joline and Hamilton Halls. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

Ashley Johnson ’05, the picture of modernity with her headphones, soda pop, lap top, at work in the Frist Center. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

Matthew Littleton '03, from Asheville, North Carolina, relaxes on the grass in front of Whig Hall during a warmish spell mid-February. Alumni Day weekend was clear and windy. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

At the basketball game versus Penn, Princeton fans cheer for their Tigers, who eventually lost 62-38. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

Last week, a smaller-than-usual Orange Key tour stops outside McCosh Hall. You can see the sundial behind the guide's right shoulder. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

Cheerleader Karabeth Randolph ’02 helps build crowd enthusiasm at the men's basketball game vs. Columbia. PU won 49-41. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

During intersession, students take time away from campus, many seeking snow, but a few remain to work on their theses and other research. Photograhper Frank Wojiechowski snapped this student as he makes his way up the steps beneath Blair Arch.(Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

Monica Millan ’02 is Pamina, and Robert Accordino ’03 plays Papageno in Mozart's opera The Magic Flute at Richardson Auditorium. The production was performed by The Princeton University Opera Singers. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

During winter break, the Frist Campus Center still bustled with activity during meals, as graduate students, faculty, administrators, and construction workers still pursued their on-campus endeavors.

These Tibetan prayer flags, attached to a sidewalk chain by McCosh, flap in the November breeze. It is intended that the wind carries the flags’ blessings out into the world. The colors represent the elements earth, water, fire, cloud, and sky. Who hung the flags is a mystery.

Princeton's Oval With Points holds stately court over the autumn leaves. Many of the university's trees still hold on to their leaves during this week before Thanksgiving.

Flags fly over Princeton Stadium during the 124th meeting between the Bulldogs and the Tigers, on Saturday, November 10. Princeton won 34-14.

On an overcast Halloween, an unidentified couple pose for wedding photos on the Nassau Street allée by Firestone Library.

Students Promoting Civil Rights set up a table in Frist to raise awareness of the proposals in new federal legislation that affect immigrants and the civil rights for people of color and social minorities. Shown here are Woodrow Wilson graduate students (from left) Jidan Koon, Nicole Singh, and Albert Palma.

The Friend Center for Engineering Education reflects autumnal foliage on a bright October morning.

An Orange Key Tour pauses at the top of the Frist Campus Center steps on a warm Friday before Princeton goes against Colgate in football on the 6th.

Shirley Tilghman makes her way toward Nassau Hall in preparation for her installation as Princeton's 19th president.


University members gather in Frist to watch one of the several large-screen TVs set up to report the disasters of September 11, 2001. Counseling services and prayer services were arranged for all who needed them.