Seniors made use of this spring break by making progress on writing their theses! Thanks to Forbes RGSs Jenny and Sophie for organizing this event.
The Forbes Conversation Series kicked off this week with two faculty favorites: Peter Singer (Tuesday) and Jeff Nunokawa (Wednesday). Thanks to those who came out to share dinner with them!
Last night, our PAAs gathered in the SDR to work with Nic Vogue, of the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning to populate course analyses to assist first- and second- year students with course selections. Thanks to Nic for the workshop, and thanks to our PAAs for the curated thoughts!
On Monday, October 1, Christopher Eisgruber '83, President of Princeton University, came to Forbes to engage with a group of Forbes freshmen and student leaders over dinner in the SDR. The topic was inspired by the freshman pre-read, Speak Freely, by Keith E.
At Sunday brunch on September 23, fellow and music director for the Lewis Center for the Arts Vince Di Mura set up his keyboard and played music while some 800 guests dined. Vince has been one of the most active fellows over his tenure, frequently playing during brunch, special dinners, or partnering with Forbes musicians to put on special...
Last Friday, after a week of dreary weather, the rain stopped, and the sun even came out just in time for 20 students to enjoy a yoga class on the back patio. Part of the yoga fund established by an alumni to allow free yoga classes right on campus for our students, this is the first class that took the mat outdoors in our backyard.
A formal welcome to our Forbesians '22 will be posted in the coming weeks, but for now, we'd like to take a moment to introduce our whole Forbes community to Maria Garlock of Civil and Environmental Engineering!
In her own words (as written in her staff bio):
Since joining Forbes in late January, DSL Olivia Weiner has been eager to meet our students outside the confines of scheduled appointments. In order to get to know our Forbesians as well as learn about campus life and the flow of things in the orange bubble, she started a monthly open drop-in program.