Photo Album 2004-05

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All photographs on this page are by Frank Wojciechowski unless otherwise noted.


SOGGY JOG — Heavy weekend rains brought flooding to parts of New Jersey but didn't stop Elizabeth Hammar, left, and Tess Cecil-Cockwell, both '08, from a campus run on April 2.

Chapman Knott '05

SINGING OUT -- Voices soar as Chapman Knott '05, left, and Chas Prasad '03 lead other members of the Princeton Footnotes in the archway of 1879 Hall. The occasion was an informal 45th anniversary reunion of the forming of the a cappella singing group.

Richard Register

FUN WITH SCIENCE -- Richard Register, professor of chemical engineering, holds a model of a polymer molecule during the Science and Technology expo at the University's Friend Center on March 17. Almost 1,000 middle-school students and teachers from the Mercer County area attended. At left is Jeff Quinn, a chemical engineering graduate student who assisted Register in his presentation.

Princeton wedding

HAPPY OCCASION -- Kirsten Hund '84 and William Blair *84 share a special moment after their wedding March 12 at the Lawrenceville School chapel. Very much a Princeton affair, the wedding was attended by more than 35 University alumni and faculty.

ON STAGE -- Nikki Muller '05 performs as Nina during a dress rehearsal for Chekhov's "The Seagull," a senior thesis production that opened March 4 at McCarter's Berlind Theatre and continues March 10-12.

Dan Cocoziello '08

Dan Cocoziello '08 tries out the climbing wall on the side of the National Outdoor Leadership School bus Feb. 25 outside Dillon Gym. The"green" bus, powered by used vegetable oil and solar power, offered free wilderness skills clinics on bouldering, fly fishing, caving, and wilderness first aid.

Alan Bergman '58


Alan Bergman '58, a New York entertainment attorney, sets the beat for the Princeton Alumni Jazz Quartet during the "This Is Princeton" talent showcase Feb. 17 at Richardson Auditorium. The show featured faculty and staff, undergraduate and graduate students and alumnl in performances ranging from music and dance to poetry and comedy. Proceeds support Princeton-area youth arts programs through Community House.


Meridel Bulle '05


MAKING WAVES -- Meridel Bulle '05 folds an origami "wave" Feb. 5 at the University's Cotsen Children's Library at Firestone. Bulle is helping to coordinate the efforts of campus organizations to aid tsunami victims through Making Waves, a community-wide initiative to fold 150,000 origami waves, each in memory of an individual killed in the disaster. Making Waves hopes to raise $150,000, a dollar for each wave. The money will benefit a special CARE (Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere) fund for rehabilitation in the affected areas. In photo at right is Marisa Reisel '07.

Joe Scott '87


Princeton men's basketball coach Joe Scott '87 clearly shows his unhappiness with the Tigers' defense against Brown during a first-half timeout Jan. 28 at Jadwin Gym. Brown topped Princeton, 57-52, in the Ivy League opener for both teams.

Princeton swim


The snow was just beginning to cover the ground Saturday morning, Jan. 22, as a pair of Princeton swim team members headed toward Blair Hall. The combination of two different storms would dump more than a foot of snow on the campus by Sunday afternoon.




Andrew Lee

Andrew Lee, a graduate student in music, performs on the guitar during the Tsunami Relief Fair Jan. 8 at Frist Campus Center, a fund-raiser sponsored by Princeton Tsunami Relief. The event featured a cappella and dance groups, solo musicians and poets, as well as a panel discussion led by University faculty.

Will Venable '05

It was a happy new year for men's basketball, as Princeton won a thriller against Davidson College in two overtimes, 70-68. Here,Will Venable '05 does his part in the Jan. 2 home game.

Jimmy Barlow '91

Jimmy Barlow '91, men's soccer's head coach, at a game at Princeton High School earlier this month. Barlow was there in his other soccer position -- as coach of the Princeton Union youth team, which is part of the Central Jersey Youth Soccer Association.

women's soccer

Princeton's women's soccer team enjoys the limelight at the men's basketball game against Rutgers Dec. 8. The women were honored for a winning season in which they became the first Ivy league women's soccer team to reach the NCAA Final Four and set 21 school records. They ended the season 19-3 and 7-0-0 in the Ivy League.

Vanessa Gomez '05

A smiling Vanessa Gomez '05 dances with Ballet Folklorico as part of a multicultural celebration in nearby Plainsboro, on Saturday, Dec. 4.


Morgan Lee '08

Princeton cheerleader Morgan Lee '08 watches from the sidelines as the Tigers beat Dartmouth 17-10 during the football game Saturday, Nov. 19.

ice skaters

Members of the Princeton Figure-Skating Club cut up the ice during practice at Baker Rink Friday, Nov. 5. Pictured are, left to right, Amanda Mitchell '05, Alisha Holland '07, Jessica George '07, Nora Gross 08, Erin Muckey '08 and Chana Landes '06.

Fair ladies

Students rehearse for a scene in "Fair Ladies at a Game of Poem Cards," which plays Nov. 12, 13, and 18-20 at the Berlind Theatre. The show,
presented by Princeton's Program in Theater and Dance, includes students (left to right) Ronit Rubinstein '05, Anh-Thu Ngo '06, and Irene Lucio '07.


Branden Benson

Senior Branden Benson carries the ball for Princeton during the second quarter in the game against Harvard on Saturday, Oct. 23. Alas, Princeton lost, 39-14.

The Princeton tiger

The Princeton tiger greets young fans in Princeton Stadium, Saturday, Oct. 16. The Tigers beat the Bears, 24-10.
Photograph by Frank Wojciechowski

Fred Chu '06

On a sunny afternoon last Friday, Oct. 8, Fred Chu '06 whacks a whiffle ball in the 1901 Hall courtyard.
Photograph by Frank Wojciechowski

Jenny He

Jenny He, a first-year graduate student in electrical
engineering, enjoys the conversation at a luncheon of the Graduate Women
in Science and Engineering, Friday, Oct. 1, at Prospect House.
Photograph by Frank Wojciechowski

Michelle Chun ’07

Michelle Chun ’07 takes advantage of the sunshine to read outside Richardson Auditorium on Saturday afternoon, Sept. 25. Photograph by Frank Wojciechowski