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Princeton Weekly Bulletin   September 11, 2005, Vol. 95, No. 1   prev   next

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Page One
Frist at five: Facility builds on success as campus epicenter
Princeton responds to help Hurricane Katrina victims

Tenure policy aims to make Princeton more family friendly
Mudd Library exhibition commemorates 1945
Online forum to feature ‘tiger tomes’
Campus transformation accelerates during summer construction season

Quimby selected as associate dean of the college
New director, new mission lead Pace Center in new directions
Jeremiah S. Finch, longtime faculty member and administrator, dies at 95
Eminent astrophysicist John Bahcall dies at 70
Spotlight, Staff retirements, Staff obituaries

Ceremony marks beginning of year
Frist open house scheduled for Sept. 14
Calendar of events
By the numbers



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Frist open house scheduled for Sept. 14

Princeton NJ — The Frist Campus Center will kick off its fifth anniversary at its annual open house on Wednesday, Sept. 14.

The event will feature a new exhibition on campus life at Princeton, which was organized by staff members from Frist and the University Archives to commemorate the campus center’s first five years of operation.

From 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., the 100 level of Frist will feature live music by jazz flugelhornist Gordon James, commemorative gifts, and information tables hosted by organizations based in Frist and elsewhere around campus.

Paul Breitman, the first director of the campus center and now general manager of University Services, will offer a tour of Frist beginning at 12:30 p.m. The International Center will host its own open house in 243 Frist from 4 to 6 p.m.

The event will conclude with a double feature of “Madagascar” and “Mad Hot Ballroom” beginning at 8 p.m. on the south lawn. Free popcorn, ice cream and cotton candy will be available.

Photo of: Frist Campus Center