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The Princeton men's hockey team is coming to New Haven to play the defending 2013 National Champion Yale team on Saturday, February 15 at 7:00pm. This year, the Princeton Alumni Association of Eastern CT will be hosting a pre-game dinner/party at the home of Gilles Carter '80. Details for these two exciting events below!
Our semesterly happy hours have been getting a good response, but no time works well for everyone who would like to go, so our solutions is...more of them! Here's the first:
Join us at 6:30 at Prime 16 in New Haven (map) for drinks on Wednesday, February 5th. We also have an 8:00pm reservation for dinner; email Matthew '09 to reserve a spot: email@example.com. You can also find this event on Facebook!
Of course, we will still have our semesterly PAAEC Young Alumni Happy Hour (April 10th this year) but have now added an All-Alumni Happy Hour (March 4th this year) as well as two events simply for those Princetonians who enjoy the company of their fellow tigers. Schedule (with tentative locations) below:
UPDATE: The All-Alum gathering on March 4th will be at 116 Crown instead of Heirloom.
Wed, Feb 5th at Prime 16
Young Alum Happy Hour (6:30pm) & Dinner (8:00pm RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tues, March 4th at 116 Crown
All-Alum Happy Hour (7:30pm, ft. PAAEC-provided appetizers)
Young Alum Happy Hour (ft. PAAEC-provided appetizers)
Wed, May 7th at Firehouse 12 & Thali
Young Alum Happy Hour and Dinner
We're also excited about a new initiative to have a smattering of small young alumni (YA) events throughout the year. For now, come watch A Beautiful Mind, hosted by Jakub *13 at 7pm this Friday (the 17th) on the 6th floor of 360 State St (map). Drop Jakub a line via email (email@example.com) to let him know if you can come! We'll be publishing a full list of YA events in the near future.
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, and this year we are especially short-staffed to interview the number of applicants from our region; if you can even spare time to interview ONE applicant, it would be a huge help. Karen Packtor '90, the chair for the Eastern Connecticut ASC is recruiting volunteers; email her right away at firstname.lastname@example.org!
As we've said before, 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. So what are you waiting for? Email Karen!