Volunteer to Interview Prospective Students!

Every year the Alumni Schools Committee (ASC) accomplishes the incredible feat of offering every Princeton applicant a chance to interview with an alumnus.  However, this cannot happen without your help!

The college interview season is rapidly approaching, and Karen Packtor '90, the newly-minted chair for the Eastern Connecticut ASC is recruiting volunteers!  Email her right away (kpacktor@casciac.org) to be added to her list of interviewers, or simply fill out the form on this page!

The work of the ASC does make a difference.  A local newspaper in one of our southern US regions reported last year that a high school student who had been accepted at virtually all of the most selective schools in the country chose Princeton and his decision was based on the positive impression of Princeton that was forged through his contacts with local alumni in his interview and at the ASC post-admit reception he attended.

Also, please be assured that Karen will make every effort to assign applicants that will be geographically convenient for you!  Last year, each interviewer was assigned six applicants on average, but with some aggressive recruiting efforts this year, Karen hopes to reduce that number.  Please note that alumnae/alumni who have a child, grandchild or sibling applying to Princeton must recuse themselves from interviewing (just for the year in which the application is pending).  Finally, on behalf of the ASC, Karen would like to thank you for your past and/or future efforts for Princeton and for the next generation of Princetonians!

November 13th - Nassoons and Whiffenpoofs

There will be a wonderful cappella concert on November 13th with The Princeton Nassoons and The Yale Whiffenpoofs at Yale.

Date:Saturday, November 13
Time:8:00pm
Place:Battell Chapel (map below)
Cost:$15 for adults, $5 for students

Tickets are available from the Whiffenpoofs’ website.


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November 13th - Men's Soccer vs Yale

The Princeton men's soccer team, ranked #11 nationally, looks to secure sole possession of the Ivy League crown when it faces Yale in the final game of the regular season on Saturday, November 13th at 3pm (changed from 4pm). The game is conveniently timed so you can stop by right after the football game vs Yale; just walk southwest of the Yale Bowl to Reese Stadium to cheer on the Tigers instead of spending an hour fighting your way out of the parking lot!

Date:Saturday, November 13
Time:3pm
Place:Reese Stadium (map below)
Cost:Free!


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November 13th - Tiger Tailgate and Football vs Yale

Come celebrate and cheer on the team with fellow regional alums, the Great Class of 1956, the Princeton Area Alumni Association (who are busing-in), and the many undergraduates and other out-of-town-Tigers who will be heading for the game! Mimosas, bloody Marys, wine, beer, sandwiches, and appetizers will be available (ID required for drinks). It will be a spectacular party!

Date:Saturday, November 13
Party Time:10:00am - 11:50am
Kickoff:12:00pm
Place:Parking Lot D (map below)
Attire:Lots of orange!
Party Cost:$10, $5 for grad students and undergrads
Parking:$5
Game Cost*:$20 for adults, $10 for kids under 12, free for Yale graduate students
RSVP:Brian Wiley '87 (bwcttiger@gmail.com) and/or
Peter Kohn '96 (pckohn@hotmail.com)

*Tickets must be purchased at the stadium, in cash.

Please contact PAAEC Tiger Football Coordinators Brian Wiley '87 or Peter Kohn '96 for more information. Head counts are very useful, so if you’re planning to attend and can join us in the pre-game festivities please let Brian or Peter know.


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November 12th - Princeton-Yale Glee Club Event

Join the Princeton and Yale Glee clubs at a free concert where each group shows its pride with songs from its alma mater!

Date:Friday, November 12
Time:8pm
Place:Woolsey Hall (map below)
Cost:Free!

Woolsey Hall is at the western corner of College and Grove:

November 7th - Fall Lecture and Cocktail Party

Come join us at 100 Edgehill Road, Sunday, Nov 7th 5:30-7:30 for a lecture, lively discussion, wine, and cheese!

Dr. Ryan O’Connell '94 will speak on “Engineering Patient Safety; Succeeding in Safe Hospital Care Without (Care Providers) Really Trying.” The theme is creating automated ways—low tech and high tech—to promote patient safety in hospitals, and the talk will be geared to a lay audience. i.e. Non-medical Tigers are most welcome!

RSVP Young Alumni Co-Chair: Josh Geltzer '05 (jgeltzer@gmail.com)

Several Volunteers are needed to help set up and clean up...let us know if you can lend a hand!


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November 5th - Hockey vs Yale

The Princeton men's hockey team kicks off the ECAC Hockey portion of its schedule TONIGHT AT 7PM, as the Tigers look for an upset against reigning ECAC Champion Yale in New Haven. While it will be the third straight game in Ingalls Rink for the Tigers (after the 'Ivy Shootout' last weekend) it will be the Tiger’s first game this season against the primary tenant.

Photo by Beverly Schefer;
GoPrincetonTigers.com
Yale opened its season last weekend with a pair of seven-goal outbursts against Brown and Dartmouth, and the Tigers lost a pair of closely fought 2-1 decisions to the same teams. The Bulldogs are currently ranked fifth in the national polls and were the ECAC preseason favorites, but the strong Tiger “D” and goaltending will keep them in the game.

Alan Rosner '76, who personally bought the tickets, still has several left!! Please come out and support the Tigers. Tickets can be picked up before the game at the rink, but please give Alan a call or drop him an email and let him know how many you can use. Let’s show the Tigers some support.

Alan’s email: alanrosner@aol.com
Alan's phone: (203) 389-8571


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November 4th - Dinner at Caseus

Join us for dinner at Caseus Restaurant and get to know other alumni in a more intimate conversational setting! For the past several years our dinners have been an immense success, so join us for dinner on Thursday Nov 4th, 7pm. This event is "pay-as-you-go."

Date:Thursday, November 4
Time:7:00pm
Place:Caseus (map below)
Attire:Casual
Cost:Pay-as-you go. For menus and pricing: caseusnewhaven.com/info.html
RSVP:Wade Gibson '06 (wade.gibson@gmail.com)

Caseus is located at the intersection of Whitney and Trumbull at the following address:
93 Whitney Ave
New Haven, CT 06510-1236


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