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On the Scene

READY FOR ACTION -- Princeton quarterback Greg Mroz '08 rolls out during a pre-season scrimmage with Yale at Princeton Stadium. The Tigers open their season Saturday, Sept. 16, with a 1 p.m. game at Lehigh. 

On the Scene

ENGINEERING ORIENTATION -- A group of engineering graduate students head for their next stop during graduate orientation Sept. 13.

On the Scene

PLENTY TO CHEER ABOUT -- From left, freshmen Sonya Bishop, Morgan Dever, and Sarah Mascioli celebrate during the Princeton football team's 26-14 win over Lafayette Sept. 23 at Princeton Stadium. It was the Tigers' second straight win to start the season.


JORDAN IN CONCERT -- Jazz guitarist Stanley Jordan '81 performs Sept. 30 in Richardson Auditorium. Jordan's concert was the concluding event of "Coming Back and Looking Forward," a University conference for black Princeton alumni.


GOOD DAY SUNSHINE -- Elizabeth Gummerson, a first-year Ph.D. student at the Woodrow Wilson School, took advantage of the summer-like weather Oct. 9 to hit the books by the fountain next to Robertson Hall.


ON THE RUN -- Princeton midfielder Sarah Reinprecht '09 pursues the ball against Brown's Rebecca Mondics Oct. 14 in a battle for first place in the Ivy League. The Tigers won, 6-1, to remain undefeated in Ivy play.


FANS AND FRIENDS -- Josh Billings ’33 (left), who captained Princeton’s football team his senior year, and Stas Maliszewski ’66, an All-American guard for the Tigers, at Princeton Stadium Oct. 21 as the Tigers beat Harvard, 31-28. Billings has vision problems, so Maliszewski provides him with the play-by-play information. Billings, who uses a wheelchair because of post-polio syndrome, says Maliszewski keeps him better informed than if he were watching the game himself.



MUSIC FOR ART'S SAKE -- The Princeton Laptop Orchestra performs at the Arts Council of Princeton's gala fundraiser, held Oct. 28 in the Carl Icahn Laboratory. President Tilghman received the council's first Arts Vision Award, recognizing the University's initiative in the creative and performing arts announced in January.



ON WITH THE SHOW! -- Rehearsing a song called "Don't Tell Mom" from the new Triangle Club show, "Heist Almighty," are, from left: Faaria Kherani '09, Caroline Loevner '08, Hannah Barudin '10, Katie Seaver '10, Katie Benedict '10, and Laura Hankin '10. The show will be performed at McCarter Theatre Nov. 10 and 11; Triangle's December tour will include stops in New York, Boston, Washington, D.C., and Richmond.



ON STAGE -- Irene Lucio '08 and Tyler Crosby '09 rehearse a scene from John Millington Synge's play, "Playboy of the Western World," to be performed at the Berlind Theatre Nov. 16, 17, and 18. The production is sponsored by the Program in Theater and Dance.



LIGHTING UP CANNON GREEN -- Princeton's first bonfire on Cannon Green in 12 years was a blazing success Nov. 17 as an estimated 2,000 people turned out to celebrate the Tiger football team's victories over Harvard and Yale. President Tilghman praised the team's "awesome season," capped by a 27-17 win over Dartmouth at Princeton Stadium the next day to clinch a tie for the Ivy League championship.



RED FOR A REASON – The University illuminated Robertson Hall with red lights Nov. 27 as part of a campus-wide World AIDS Week program that includes panel discussions, an address by George Carter of the Foundation for Integrative AIDS Research, and participation in an international videoconference with students in Africa, Latin America, and Europe.

Photo by Katherine Anderson ’08/The Daily Princetonian


GRIDIRON GIFT -- Bill Powers '79, standing second from left, and members of his family were recognized by the University during the Dartmouth game for Powers' $10 million gift to Princeton's football program, the largest donation ever to Princeton athletics. Powers, a managing director of the California-based Pacific Investment Management Co. and a former All-Ivy punter, also gave $500,000 to establish two scholarships. The University is naming Princeton Stadium's artificial-turf field Powers Field in the family's honor. From left in the photo are Powers' wife Carolyn, Powers, their son Will, President Tilghman, Director of Athletics Gary Walters '67, and Powers' stepson, Tommy Cleator.

Photo by Beverly Schaefer



IN THE SADDLE -- Allison Harding '08, captain of the University equestrian team, rides her horse, Yogi, at Silver Dollar Stables in Cranbury. With about 30 members, the equestrian team is a club sport at Princeton.

Photo by Frank Wojciechowski


CAMPUS CALLIGRAPHY -- Koji Kakinuma, a lecturer in the Department of East Asian studies, demonstrates Shodo, the art of Japanese calligraphy, Dec. 9 on the south lawn of Frist Campus Center. Using mop-sized paint brushes, Kakinuma created a 20- by 65-foot banner that features a large black "P" and Japanese characters representing a tiger.

Photo by Landon Y. Jones '66



EYES ON THE ICE -- Members of Princeton's women's hockey team keep a close watch on the action against Ohio State Dec. 30 at Baker Rink. The Tigers lost to the ninth-ranked Buckeyes 3-2, but came back to beat Ohio State 2-1 the next day.
Photo by Frank Wojciechowski



WEDDING SMILES -- Alexis Chiang '98 and Tim Colvin '97 of New York City take advantage of the mild weather for outdoor photos after their wedding ceremony Jan. 6 at the University Chapel. Temperatures were in the 70s as they posed near Whig and Clio halls.



YOUNG SCIENTISTS AT WORK -- Ninth-grader Mrinalini Basu and eighth-grader William Ying team up during the tower-building event of the N.J. Science Olympiad Jan. 9 at the University. Looking on are post-doctoral student Mark Dobossy, left, and Roland Heck, associate dean of the School of Engineering and Applied Science. More than 500 middle school and high school students took part in the competition.



CRUNCH TIME -- The intensity of preparing for fall term final exams shows on the face of Melissa Saiontz '10 as she studies in Frist Campus Center on Jan. 20. At left, with her back to the camera, is Ivana King '08.



BRRRR -- It may have been 21 degrees outside, but nothing stops the Orange Key tour guides. Sarah Harrison '09, left, leads a group of hardy visitors Jan. 26 on a brisk walk across campus.



MAT ACTION -- Princeton wrestler Jesse Palermo '07, left, grapples with Harvard's J.P. O'Connor during their 149-pound bout Feb. 2 in Dillon Gym. Harvard beat the Tigers, 36-7, in the Ivy League opener for both teams.



ICE HOCKEY, LAKE-STYLE -- The ice on Lake Carnegie swelled the ranks of hockey players at Princeton on the sunny afternoon of Feb. 10. At center, with his eye on the puck, is Scott Mildrum, a data research analyst in the economics department.



ON TRACK -- Bryan Sharkey '09 is in the lead on his way to victory in the mile with a time of 4:14.42 in the Princeton Invitational Feb. 17 at Jadwin Gym. The Tigers placed seven runners in the top 10 in the race.



SOUNDS OF PRINCETON -- Reginald Jackson, a graduate student in East Asian studies, performs Feb. 23 at Richardson Auditorium as part of the annual "This Is Princeton" talent showcase. The event features students, faculty, staff, and alumni, with proceeds benefiting youth arts programs in the Princeton area.



NAACHO TAKES THE STAGE -- Samira Farouk '07, a member of the Indian dance troupe Naacho, performs during the group's appearance March 2 at the Frist Campus Center.



STUDY IN SOLITUDE -- With midterm week about to begin, Lucy Minott '10 finds a quiet spot for her studies March 10 in the rotunda of Chancellor Green.



LAST BLAST OF WINTER? Bill Pierce, left, and Brian Pinney of the University grounds and building maintenance department shovel snow March 17 from the steps of Blair Arch after a late-winter storm dumped a mix of snow and sleet on the campus.



A HELPING HAND -- Eighth-grader Janhavi Gawde gets some advice with an experiment from Sebastian Urday '08, a chemistry major, during the University's Science and Engineering Expo March 22 in Frick Laboratory. Janhavi is a student at Grover Middle School in the West Windsor-Plainsboro school district.



PICTURE OF CONCENTRATION -- Freshman Ross Staine is set to deliver a pitch against Rutgers March 28 at Clarke Field. Staine was the third of four pitchers for Princeton as the Scarlet Knights won, 12-4.



WELSH TRIO -- From left, Michael McMillan '09, Dan Kublick '08, and Steve Pearson '09 are shown in a scene from Theater-Intime's performance April 7 of Dylan Thomas' "Under Milk Wood." The play details a day in the life of a small Welsh village.



A PRINCETON PORTRAIT -- H. Vincent Poor *77, dean of the School of Engineering and Applied Science, and his predecessor as dean, Maria Klawe, were on hand as Klawe's portrait was unveiled during a reception April 13 at the Friend Center. Klawe is president of Harvey Mudd College.



PRINCETON IN BLOOM -- The colors of spring are in the air as Brian Strom '06 jogs along University Place April 20.



INTERNATIONAL FLAIR -- Victoria Laws '08 and Oscar Castro '09 of the student dance troupe Ballet Folklorico de Princeton perform Aug. 28 during the annual Communiversity celebration, which brings together the University and the town for a variety of festivities.



BEACH BREAK -- Liz Williams ’09 returns a serve during an impromtu volleyball game on the sand court in Rocky-Mathey courtyard on May 4, the last day of spring term classes. Spring exams for undergraduates begin May 16.



SCULPTURAL SETTING -- Graduate student David Hsu enjoys the late-afternoon sun May 12 as he sits below the Jacques Lipchitz sculpture, Song of the Vowels, between Firestone Library and the University Chapel.



LASER LIGHT SHOW -- Scott Howard, an electrical engineering graduate student and teaching assistant for ELE 102, “New Eyes for the World,” sets up a homemade laser May 18 in the undergraduate optics laboratory. the course introduces non-science and interdisciplinary students to modern topics of engineering optics that they encounter in daily life.



MOVING OUT - Su Wang ’09, left, and Amanda Bowers ’09 carry some of their dorm room furniture out of Blair Hall May 26, the day that Princeton undergraduates completed spring term exams. Commencement for the Class of 2007 will be held June 5.



REUNIONS 2007 -- Hank Mueller '41 celebrates his 65th reunion by participating in the annual P-rade under sunny skies June 2. About 20,000 alumni, family, and friends returned to campus during Reunions weekend, according to the Alumni Association.



SUMMER TOUR -- Orange Key guide Suzanne Rossi '08 leads prospective students around campus June 16, pausing in the East Pyne courtyard. Orange Key has welcomed visitors to Princeton since 1935 and offers more than 20 tours per week, according to its Web site,



LIGHT READING -- Outside Firestone Library, first-year graduate student Valerie Aguilar finds a sunny spot where she can keep up with her research.



TAILOR-MADE - Actors Glenn Brown '09, left, Shannon Lee Clair '09, center, and William Busbee perform in Princeton Summer Theater's production of "The Emperor's New Clothes" at Hamilton Murray Theater. The production, which includes shows on July 12, 13, and 14, is one of six plays on the company's calendar this year. More information is available at



DORMS DEMOLISHED -- Five dorms in Butler College were razed this month to make way for new residential halls scheduled to open in the fall of 2009. Reduced to rubble were 1940, 1941, 1942, 1922, and Lourie-Love halls; Fine Hall is visible in the background.



'ART'-FUL FINISH - Princeton senior Daniel Kublick, right, and Robert Walsh, a junior at the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University, perform a scene from Yasmina Resa's "Art," the final production of the Princeton Summer Theater season.



WINDING THE CLOCK – Mechanical and aerospace engineering professor Michael Littman, right, and University of Michigan junior Roland Bisio examine the mechanism of a clock originally installed in the Rothschild Shirt Factory in Trenton more than a century ago. Littman is an expert in historical mechanical devices, from clocks and phonographs to Ford’s Model T, and Bisio is working to restore the factory clock this summer.



RAISING THE CUP - Former Princeton hockey star George Parros '03 of the NHL's Anaheim Ducks celebrated last season's Stanley Cup title by bringing the famed trophy to campus Aug. 24. Parros, shown at Baker Rink, is the first Princeton alumnus to have his name inscribed on the Stanley Cup.

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