Renewing old friendships, making new connections
Photos by Beverly Schaefer and Frank Wojciechowski
The Princeton Tiger travels the P-rade route in style.
Malcolm Warnock ’25 carries the Class of 1923 cane for the sixth time as the oldest returning alumnus (he would turn 105 June 21). His driver is Ariana Vera ’12.
Stepping smartly are Steve Oxman ’67, chairman of the executive committee of the University’s board of trustees; President Tilghman; and Anne Sherrerd *87, president of the Alumni Association.
Displaying their new reunion jackets as part of the Class of 1985’s Roarin’ 25th are Pete Noto, left, and Chris Collaros.
Oliver Langenberg ’35, one of three classmates who returned for their 75th reunion, offers a smile and a wave.
Gordon Griffin ’40 and Bob McEldowney ’40 acknowledge cheers from P-rade spectators.
Irma and Dick Beltram ’45, back for the class’s 65th reunion.
Tom Paine ’50 enjoys a warm reception from younger alumni.
Gordon Douglas ’55 leads his classmates in a locomotive.
Carla and Tom Latta ’60 as the 50th-reunion class makes its way down the P-rade route.
From the Class of ’65 are, from left, Cosmo Iacavazzi, John Diekman, Johnny O’Brien, and Bud Maddocks.
Returning for their class’s annual “bugfest” are, from left, Michael Hays ’70, Ralph Taylor ’70, John Nonna ’70, Edward Gwazda ’70, and Ken Hallock ’70.
Beverly Canzater Jacobs ’75 shows off one of the class’s new “transposing tigers” umbrellas.
Demonstrating the Class of 1980’s “Together Again” theme are, from left, Dotty Sparks Blake ’80, Ellen Dunham-Jones ’80 *83, Debra Firstenberg Kushma ’80, Jill Baron ’80, and Marie Stoess Schwartz ’80.
Marching in the P-rade with the graduate alumni are Victoria Dorman *96 and her daughter, Elizabeth Petrov.
Members of the Class of 1990 applaud older alumni as they wait their turn to join in the P-rade.
Sporting flight jackets and aviator shades as part of the Class of 1995’s “Top Tiger” theme are, from left, Jess Gonzalez ’95, Soo-Jin Cho ’95, and Eileen Rojas ’95.
Candace Jackson ’00 takes onlookers back a decade as she marches in the P-rade.
Travis Muir ’05 displays his superhero-themed outfit with an apt pose.
The Princeton University Band leads the Class of 2010 onto Poe Field.
The University’s newest alumni, the Class of 2010.
President Tilghman greets a passing class as Steve Oxman ’67, chairman of the executive committee of the Board of Trustees, looks a bit bemused.