Photo Album: 2002-2003

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2001: Summer in Princeton
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Maria Castro, a postdoc in the Office of Population Resources, takes advantage of the Woodrow Wilson School's fountain to cool the air as she studies this past weekend. (Photograph by Frank Wojciechowski)

During the summer, it slows down at Princeton. During a summer in which it rains more than it doesn't, the pace can seem sepulchral as weary ones rest before venturing once again into the wet. (Photograph by Frank Wojciechowski)


Adam Baker escorts his new bride, Mitka Hayes ’02, along the walkway by Robertson Hall last Saturday. The couple is on the way to having more photographs taken after having been married in the chapel. (Photograph by Frank Wojciechowski)


F.Scott Berg ’73, award-wininng author, at Class Day, where he was made an honorary classmate by the Class of 2003. (Photograph by Ricardo Barros)


Saturday, during the P-rade, Len Ernst ’25, the oldest returning alumnus this year, walks at the head of the Old Guard. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)


Members of the Class of 1948 prepare for the class picture on Friday morning of Reunions 2003 on the steps of Clio. The class was more than lucky with the weather: balmy, slightly breezy.

Patrick Chaing ’06 (left) and Jason Cherry ’06 maneuver a futon out of their dorm at the close of the semester. Exams are over, and nothing's left but mopping up, Reunions, and Commencement. (Photograph by Frank Wojciechowski)


At the May 8 dedication of the Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics and the Carl Icahn Laboratory, President Tilghman presented a scale model of the building to Carl Icahn ’57. (Photograph by Frank Wojciechowski)

This lovely spring shot of Prospect Gardens was taken by Hallett Johnson ’04. His father, Hallett Johnson ’74, took the photograph that appeared on PAW's cover April 9, 1986, see image below.

PAW's April 9, 1986, cover. Photograph by Hallett Johnson ’74.

Andrew Salini ’06 waits his turn at bat during Game 2 of a double header against Cornell Friday, May 2. Princeton won that game 19-2, earning the Ivy League's Gehrig Division title. The Tigers advance to the league championship series next weekend at Clarke Field. A final regular season game against Rutgers takes place Thursday, May 8, at 3 p.m. at Clarke Field. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)


Lou LeGuyader, of the Bendheim Finance Center, leads his Economics 333 class under one of the many blossoming Japanese maple trees on Scudder Plaza. The weather will be sunny all week. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

Melissa Bermudez '03, of the university dance group, Ballet Folklorico, rehearses at Dillon Gym for an upcoming performance. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)


A freakishly wet snowstorm last week toppled the giant cedar behind Prospect. Two passersby survey the once-mighty. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)


On Saturday, March 29, Princeton students rally in support of the war in Iraq. The rally was sponsored by the student organization Princeton Committee Against Terrorism. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)


War protesters gather on the steps of Robertson Hall the afternoon of March 20, followed by a march through town. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)


Stephanie Scott ’05 performs during halftime when Princeton played basketball against Penn on March 12. Scott is part of the Disiac Dance Company on campus. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

Josh White ’03 looks for an opening in Saturday's lacrosse game against Virginia. Princeton lost, 10-7, in The Class of ’52 Stadium. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

Davide Gaiotto, a graduate student in the physics department, takes time out from his research to do a karate workout in Dillon Gym. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

Senate majority leader Bill Frist ’74 waits to be introduced on Saturday, Alumni Day, at his talk in Richardson Auditorium. A handful of students gathered outside to protest Frist's civil rights voting record and his position on AIDS funding. Later in the day Frist delivered an address to more than 1,700 alumni gathered in Jadwin, where he received the Woodrow Wilson Award. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

Irwin Tillman ’86, plays the cymbals with the Tiger Band at the men's basketball game in Jadwin Gym against Yale on Saturday night. Princeton; Princeton won, 56-49. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)


All quiet on front campus, as the tigers in front of Nassau Hall seem to sleep under their blanket of snow. More snow is predicted for the week. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

Judson Wallace '05 looks to pass the ball during the Tigers' Ivy League opener against Harvard January 31 in Jadwin Gym. Wallace's 20 points and nine rebounds led Princeton to a 67-61 win in front of 5,317 spectators. The Tigers also beat Dartmouth the following night and will play their next 12 games against Ivy League foes. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

Matt Mims ’06 sprints across campus to turn in a paper before the deadline on Dean's Date. His bedsheet, giving him super powers, helped him make the deadline. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

The Shingleton sisters, Rebecca ’06 (top) and Jen ’03, warm up Saturday afternoon before the squash match against Trinity, which Princeton lost 9-0. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

Monirul Sharif, a graduate student in computer science, glides by Lockhart Hall on a mostly deserted campus during the winter break. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

A Christmas day snowfall gave the campus the look of a proverbial winter wonderland. Sunshine returned the next day, and here, an unidentified couple make their way along the walk from Lockhart. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

Holidays kept the Frist Campus Center quiet, and postdoctoral student Xinyu Huang had no trouble getting some playing time in the Mazo family game room. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

A view from the 12th floor of Fine Tower shows two students crossing the plaza between Fine and Jadwin. The geometric shape on the right is Alexander Calder's "Five Disks: One Empty". (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)


Snow fell on Princeton last Thursday night, and outside the computer science center, students make their way along the walk, still unshoveled. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

Andre Logan ’04 readies a shot during the pregame warmup against Florida International University on Saturday. Princeton lost 68-65 in overtime.
(Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

Dave Driscoll ’04 conducts the band during the Princeton-Dartmouth football game on Saturday. The crowd needed the music to lift its spirits as the wind and the chill made the afternoon hard-going. The 38-30 win for Princeton wasa splendid end to the season. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

Ooooh, la, la! This year's Triangle Show cast rehearses in anticipation of opening night of This Side of Parody. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

Tiger cheerleader Jessica Cantor ’04 smiles in the face of her team's drubbing by Penn at Saturday's football game. Final score: Penn 44, Princeton 13.(Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

Gabriel Fossati-Bellani ’03, photo editor at the Daily Princetonian, trains his lens on the football team at the Harvard game. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

Amanda Brown ’06 shows her stripes, or rather her colors, during the football game against Harvard. Princeton lost 24-17. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

Cosmo Iacavazzi ’65 holds aloft his memento recognizing his installation in the College Football Hall of Fame in December. He was honored during halftime of the Harvard/Princeton football game on Ocotber 26, which Princeton lost 24-17. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

Hilary Kalmbach ’04, on drum, and her sister, Whitney ’05, on bagpipe, call themselves the Highland Bagpipes. Here they play at Princeton Stadium before the Tigers met Colgate on the gridiron October 12. Princeton won 14-10. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

Kendra Harris ’06, Kamille Davis ’05, and Crystel Harris ’06, members of the Princeton University Gospel Ensemble, perform at a street festival held by a local church.

It's that time of year, when the campus bristles with prospective students. Carolyn Pichert ’05 leads a recent Orange Key tour and stops for a moment outside Nassau Hall. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

Members of the university's diving team practice from the platform at DeNunzio Pool last week. The men's team has its first meet in November, and the women's is in October. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

These antic ninth graders, from South Korea, pose for a photo outside Alexander Hall. The students were on a 13-day tour of the U.S. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

Katherine Smirl ’04, an electrical engineering major, holds up a sign during freshman orientation letting newbies know where to find their faculty advisers. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

Princeton's football players fidget as they wait for their photos to be taken during media day last week at Princeton Stadium. The Tigers' home opener is September 28. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

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