Freshman orientation has come a long way since the 1920s, when frosh stood out on campus with their clothing turned inside out and one or both pant legs rolled up to expose their sock garters. This year 807 members of the Class of 2015 began bonding with their classmates by participating in the Outdoor Action pre-orientation program. Another 143 students began their Princeton experience by joining the Community Action program, which sponsors service projects, and 20 members of ’15 left campus after their orientation to head to four overseas destinations as part of Princeton’s bridge-year program.