Princeton students pursue a wide variety of interests, on campus and beyond. From top, undergraduates Katrina Hacker, Jacinth Greywoode and Carmina Mancenon share some of their academic and extracurricular activities in the accompanying video.
Video stills courtesy of the Office of Admission
Video feature: 'Three Students'
Posted December 3, 2012; 12:00 p.m.
Princeton University attracts a diverse mix of students with a wide variety of interests and talent. When undergraduates arrive on campus, they have numerous opportunities to broaden and deepen their pursuits.
Play the "Three Students" video.
This video features three Princeton students who are exploring their passions in distinctive ways: Jacinth Greywoode, a pianist who switched his focus from neuroscience to music; Katrina Hacker, a figure skater who competed internationally and hopes to attend medical school; and Carmina Mancenon, an international student who is committed to service in different parts of the globe.
A longer version of this video may be viewed on the Office of Admission's website.