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WELCOME TO WHITMAN - John Ziegler, assistant to the vice president for facilities, leads a Sept. 6 tour of Whitman College, which opens its doors to students this week. The residential college is named for donor Meg Whitman '77, the CEO of eBay, and the arches behind Ziegler are part of Wright Cloister, named in honor of Thomas H. Wright ’62, a former University vice president and secretary.



TIGER TIME - Football fan Lauren Nigro ’09 shows her stripes during Princeton’s Sept. 15 opener against Lehigh. The visiting Mountain Hawks took advantage of Princeton miscues to build a 23-0 lead in the first half and held on to win, 32-21. The Tigers play at Lafayette Sept. 22 and return home to face Columbia Sept. 29 at 3:30 p.m.



WALK THE LINE - Hannah Grimm ’09 tests her balance walking a “slackline” affixed to two trees near Blair Arch while friend Denali Barron ’09 looks on.



CUTTING THE RIBBON - Meg Whitman ’77, CEO of eBay, was on hand in the Sept. 27 when the University dedicated Whitman College, Princeton’s newest residential college. Whitman was the lead donor for the dormitory complex, designed by Demetri Porphyrios *80, which opened its doors to students in early September.



A NEW HOME IN OLD STANHOPE - Valerie Smith, middle, the director of the Center for African American Studies, joins students, faculty, and staff at the Oct. 2 dedication of the center’s new home at the refurbished Stanhope Hall. Smith said she hopes that the center will be a “gathering space for intellectual exchange” about issues of race in America.



BHANGRA BOOGIE - Students from the Princeton Bhangra dance troupe perform Oct. 13 at the Mela festival, a celebration of South Asian culture and cuisine.



MAKING A SPLASH - The rain at Princeton Stadium did little to slow down Jordan Culbreath '10, a backup tailback who ran for 145 yards and two touchdowns in Princeton's 34-31 win over Cornell Oct. 26. Culbreath was named Offensive Player of the Week in the Ivy League.



EARLY 'WINTER' -- Kut Akdogan ’10, left, and Sara-Ashley Bischoff ’09, rehearse a scene from Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale, the fall show of Princeton University’s Program in Theater and Dance, which debuts at the Berlind Theatre Nov. 9.



KICKLINE OF LIBERTY -- Members of the Princeton Triangle Club practice the grand finale of this year's fall revue, A Turnpike Runs Through It, a tribute to New Jersey that played at McCarter Theatre Nov. 9 and 10. Triangle will take its show on the road in late January with stops in Florida, Georgia, and North Carolina.



UP WITH OOMPH -- Men’s basketball center Zach Finley ’10 muscles through the defense during Princeton’s 66-58 win over Iona Nov. 14. The Tigers won their first two games under new coach Sydney Johnson ’97 before falling to Duke 83-61 in the first round of the EA Sports Maui Invitational Nov. 19.



AUTUMN RIDE -- Most of the leaves have fallen from the trees, but students like this one in front of Whig Hall were still riding their bikes in sweatshirts earlier this week, thanks to mild late-November weather.



SPEED READING -- Harry Litman, a visiting lecturer in public affairs at the Woodrow Wilson School, finds time to browse the newspaper as he works out at the Stephen's Fitness Center in Dillon Gym.



SHOWING THEIR MOVES -- Naacho, the Indian dance troupe made up of Princeton students, performs a routine at “Your Moves,” a cultural dance festival and workshop hosted by Princeton High School Dec. 8.



BOOT WEATHER -- This student has the right shoes for a walk through slush-covered Blair Courtyard Dec. 13, a few days before the beginning of winter recess.



THE BEAT GOES ON - Drummer Hannah Valdez '11 and the Princeton Band rallied the crowd at men's basketball's Jan. 9 home game against Lafayette. The Tigers led by as many as 18 points in the first half, but the Leopards fought back to win in overtime, handing Princeton its 12th consecutive loss.



A MUSICAL BIRTHDAY - Judith McCartin Scheide, left, and her husband, William Scheide '36, pose in the lobby of Richardson Auditorium prior to the start of his 94th birthday celebration, which featured music from the Bavarian Chamber Orchestra. Scheide is a Bach scholar, a noted book collector, and a longtime University donor.



DANCE PREVIEW -- Princeton students rehearse “Name by Name,” one of five pieces that will be performed at the University’s Spring Dance Festival Feb. 22, 23, and 24 at the Berlind Theatre.



IBSEN'S 'FEMALE HAMLET' -- Irene Lucio ’08, front, and Rob Grant ’08 rehearse scene from Henrik Ibsen’s “Hedda Gabler” in preparation for a Feb. 8 debut at the Lewis Center for the Arts. Critics have compared the title character to Shakespeare’s Hamlet.



CHINA CONNECTIONS - Brandon Bierlein '08 leads a group of students from Shanghai on an Orange Key tour of the University last week. International students made up more than 11 percent of Princeton's Class of 2011, an all-time high.



PRESENTING THE COLORS - Stephen Hammer ’09, a member of Princeton’s Army ROTC color guard, prepares to march onto the court before men’s basketball’s Feb. 15 home game against Yale.



INTIME FOR KIDS -- From left, Nushelle DeSilva '11, Whitney Mosery '08, and Mark Bur '08 of the Theatre Intime Kids Initiative (TIKI) perform a scene from "East of the Sun, West of the Moon" on Alumni Day, Feb. 23.



PASSING THROUGH -- A lone figure walks along the south end of Princeton Stadium on the morning of March 1. The stadium plaza has become a popular thoroughfare for students, faculty, and staff navigating around the construction site for the new chemistry building.



IN THE ROBOTICS LAB -- From left, freshmen Jaewon Choi, Barrett Lachance, and John Preston keep an eye on a small robotic vehicle in their Introduction to Engineering class March 6.



SKATING TO THE SEMIS - The Tiger mascot glides around Baker Rink between periods during the opener of the men’s hockey team’s ECAC Hockey quarterfinal series against Yale March 14. Princeton won the first and third games of the best-of-three series, advancing to the league semifinals, where it will face Colgate at 4 p.m. March 21 at the Times Union Center in Albany, N.Y.



WORK IN PROGRESS - Jordan Kisner '09, standing, and Jazmine da Costa '09 rehearse a scene from "The Testimony Project," a documentary theatre production that is being developed by Princeton's Atelier, with instructors Stephen Wangh and Kristin Dombeck. The project will be featured in the Books and Arts section of PAW's April 23 issue.



MAGIC CARPET RIDE - The classic story of Aladdin earned top billing at Princyclopedia 2008, sponsored by the Cotsen Children’s Library and held in Dillon Gym March 29. Julia Solorzano ’10 got into the spirit with a ride on this “magic carpet,” a makeshift hovercraft consisting of a leaf blower and an inflated air mattress.



FROM SHADOWS TO SPRING - Blue skies and budding trees came to campus this week, greeting students like this one, shown stepping through Blair Arch.


REUNIONS 2008 -- Alex Peters '08 sets a fast pace as members of this year's graduating class join the P-rade May 31 during Princeton Reunions. The Alumni Association was expecting about 20,000 alumni, family, and friends on campus during the four-day event. Commencement for the Class of 2008 is June 3. For complete coverage of Reunions and Commencement activities, see the July 16 issue of PAW. Watch PAW Online for video clips of Reunions 2008.


TIGER ROWER STRIKES GOLD -- Caroline Lind '06, standing second from right, celebrates with members of the U.S. women's eight after the team won the gold medal Aug. 17 at the Beijing Olympics. Lind's classmate, Steve Coppola '06. was a member of the U.S. men's eight rowing team, which won an Olympic bronze medal. A third member of the Class of 2006, Andreanne Morin of the Canadian women's eight, missed a medal by less than a second, finishing fourth in the event finals.

(Photo: Gregory Bull/AP Images)


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