Princetonians love a good show. Over the years, the campus has hosted the likes of Ella Fitzgerald, Chuck Berry, Bruce Springsteen, Rihanna — and the list goes on. What was your favorite concert in your time at Princeton? Post your memories at PAW Online or send them to paw@princeton.edu. We plan to publish a selection of submissions in the Jan. 16 issue.
– Marilyn H. Marks *86, editor
With an improbable 29-point fourth-quarter rally, the Tigers edged the Crimson to take sole possession of first place in the Ivy League. READ MORE


Gregg Lange ’70, fashion columnist? Our resident reviewer of Princetoniana looks at Ivy style, from Brooks Brothers to the beer suit. Also available as a podcast. READ or LISTEN
“The Election for Woodrow Wilson’s America,” an exhibit at Firestone Library’s Milberg Gallery, illustrates mileposts along Wilson’s road to the White House. READ MORE


Does the University throw a flag on itself — and Tiger teams — by not allowing transfer students? Read Merrell Noden ’78’s Extra Point column, and add your view in the comments. READ MORE
In the week after she announced plans to step down at the end of the academic year, President Tilghman spoke with PAW about her decision and discussed a few of the notable themes of her time in Nassau Hall. READ MORE


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A list of graduate and undergraduate alumni deaths recently reported to the University. READ MORE

Highlights from the Oct. 24 issue:

‘I can’t put my life on pause’ A young alumna chronicles life after a cancer diagnosis — in The New York Times.
Hidden Princeton Stories behind the people and equipment that keep the campus running smoothly each day.
Decision to leave helm ‘very easy,’ Tilghman says The president explains why the timing was right for her to step down.
On Twitter and Facebook, reaction comes quickly to Tilghman’s news Student fans and detractors respond to the announcement.