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Princeton Weekly Bulletin   October 24, 2005, Vol. 95, No. 7   prev   next

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Working group issues interim report on diversity
Task force recommends ways to improve college dining
Gates: Today’s students will drive the ‘golden age’ of technology

New method for trapping light may improve communications technologies
University to launch mortgage program for low- to moderate-income employees
Nominations accepted for MLK Journey Award
New reception area for Admission Office

People, spotlight, appointments

Nassau Notes
Calendar of events
By the numbers



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New reception area for Admission Office

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Inger Lofgren talking with prospective students

Princeton NJ—Prospective students and their families now can begin their introduction to the Princeton campus in Clio Hall. Earlier this month, the Admission Office opened a reception area on the second floor.

The new space can accommodate more than 90 people, compared to the former reception area in West College that held approximately 30 visitors. It is part of a larger renovation of Clio, which will include the relocation of the Graduate School’s offices from Nassau Hall.

On a recent afternoon, Inger Lofgren (pictured on right), a Princeton admission officer, talked with prospective students and their parents. The reception area is open from 8:45 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays.