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Feb. 24,2024


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  May 23-26, 2024


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'69 In the News, 2012-2013: 

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University Orchestra hosted by David Fisher '69 in Weisbaden

Posted 2/2/2013

Click here to read to report from David and Étel, and to see the photos.

Charlottesville Mini-Reunion photos & write-up posted

Posted 12/25/2012

We were headquartered at Wintergreen Resort, about 50 minutes from Charlottesville, Virginia.  We had two renowned intellectual leaders for the weekend, we had amazing accommodations at Wintergreen Resort and we had an amazing party at the Devil's Backbone  Brewery Co. Click here to see the full schedule.  Click here for photos and click here for the trip report. 

Seva Kramer Honored for Role in CSF/PICS

Tribute on April 13, 2013, Sponsored by Class of '69 CSF and PICS Board of Directors

On Saturday evening, April 13, classmates gathered from around the country to honor the Class of 1969 Community Service Fund’s founding Executive Director, Seva Kramer.  Click here to read the entire article.  Click here to see the photos.

Clay McEldowney Inducted into the EIWA Hall of Fame

Fourteen Princeton wrestlers, including three this season, have placed at the EIWA Championships over the last four years. If not for the efforts of Clay McEldowney '69 and Eric Pearson '87, among many others, that may never have happened. McEldowney and Pearson were honored for their efforts Saturday by being inducted into the EIWA Hall of Fame.  (Posted 3/16/3013, Courtesy: Princeton Athletic Communications)  Read more ...

Princeton Orchestra hosted by David Fisher '69 in Weisbaden

Classmate David Fisher reports:  The year started out very busy for us. The Princeton University Orchestra is currently on a European tour. Étel arranged for them to play a concert in the market church in Wiesbaden, which is also known as the Cathedral of the Land of Nassau. Attached is a photo of the orchestra in the church and one of myself, Étel, the conductor, Michael Pratt, and the soloist, Martha Eliott. The concert was a huge success with a record turnout. The skill level of Princeton's musicians blew everyone's mind and resulted in a spontaneous standing ovation at the end. The concert also got nice reviews in the local press including some good PR for Princeton.

PICS/CSF Launches Facebook Page; Seeks Interviewers

PICS is pleased to announce the launch its Facebook page (click here) just in time to help students navigate through the remainder of the internship application process!  One of the big contributions our classmates make to the operation of the program is to interview students for the internships on behalf of sponsors that cannot send their own staff to Princeton.  This year the bulk of the interviews will be conducted on two successive Saturdays, February 16 and 23.  If you've never done this before it's a great way to meet our fabulous interns on the front end of their experiences and get a real feel for the value of the program.  If you have done it before, you already know this.  Contact PICS/CSF Executive Director Jeri Schaefer, jeris@princeton.edu. (Posted 1/23/2013)

Note from Climate Central CEO Paul Hanle

The worst drought to strike the U.S. in nearly 50 years came on largely without warning and is still afflicting the nation. Throughout the summer, we at Climate Central continued to inform the public about what has been going on — and, more important, how climate change is making such disasters more likely to strike.

Our mission of conveying objective, science-based information on climate change and how it affects all of us would not be possible without the support of friends like you. Please consider making a contribution to Climate Central today.  Click here for the Climate Central web site.  (Posted 9/11/2012)

Princeton In Africa Annual Fundraiser in NYC Nov. 8

Princeton in Africa, led by our own Jim Floyd, will hold their annual fundraiser in New York City on 11/8 and honoring Conrad Person '75.  Click here to view the announcement webpage. (posted 9/10/2012)

Classmate Bill Pape wins Skylands Triathlon

Here, thanks to Clay McEldowney, is a photo of Bill Pape as he won the Skylands Triathlon held on September 9 at Spruce Run Recreation Area NJ, sponsored by the North Hunterdon Rotary Club.  Bill blew away all competition in his age group to win the swim, bike and run event.

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