Forbesians in the News

April 12, 2019

As we head towards the finish line for the 2018-19 academic year, the College Office wants to share how much we appreciate the many contributions you have all made to the Forbes Community and take a moment to feature a few Forbesians who have recently been recognized for their hard work, dedication, and outstanding accomplishments.  

Victoria Davidjohn ’19 is the Dale ’53 Fellowship recipient and plans to write a musical theater piece on the life of civil rights leader Ella Josephine Baker.

Natalie Guo ’12 is a Forbesian and a former Forbes RCA who just received a Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans for her innovative work to improve access to effective and compassionate healthcare.

Karen Richardson ’93 was a Forbes Residential Adviser and is a recognized leader in college admissions.  She was recently named Princeton’s new Dean of Admissions.

Feyisola Soetan ’19 wrote and directed a collaborative senior thesis play titled A Spectrum Unspoken: An Original Choreopoem featured in the April 10, 2019 issue of Princeton Alumni Weekly.

We encourage you to stop by the Forbes College Office to share information or updates you may have about other Forbesians in the News.