Princeton University: A Year in Review, 2015-16

Princeton University: A Year in Review, 2015-16

October 17, 2019 20 By Stanley Isaacs


[FINGER SNAPPING] [DRUMS AND SNAPPING] [MUSIC PLAYING] CHRISTOPHER L. EISGRUBER: And so we
welcome you warmly, for you are today, and
forever shall be, Princeton’s great Class of 2019. Welcome to Princeton. It’s great to have you
here. [MUSIC PLAYING] MATTHEW WEINER: They’ve
become friends with people from
other religions, and then for the
rest of their lives they can look back and
remember the friendships that they had with people
who are different from them. [MUSIC PLAYING] JILL DOLAN: We’re
really eager to get a sense of the vast
variety of research that students do on this
campus in conjunction with faculty and graduate
students and staff. [MUSIC PLAYING] SIGRID ADRIAENSSENS: It’s not
only about engineering, but it’s also about
how the communities that these structures
are built for adopt these structures
and live with them. [MUSIC PLAYING] CHRISTOPHER L. EISGRUBER: I am thrilled that
this year’s Nobel Prize was awarded to someone who
is both a great economist and a great Princetonian. [MUSIC PLAYING]