Alumni Spotlight

For Henry Von Kohorn ’66, founding the Princeton Prize in Race Relations was in the nation’s service

Henry Von Kohorn

From Eno Hall to Peru to eBird, John Fitzpatrick *78 helped lead the field of ornithology to new heights

John Fitzpatrick, in nature, holding binoculars

For Donna and Hans Sternberg ’57, a serendipitous introduction to Princeton has led to a lifetime of giving back

Donna and Hans Sternberg, posing nicely next to one of their sculptures

Making audacious bets on character: Mitch Henderson ’98 went back to class to connect with his basketball players

Mitch Henderson meets the media after his team's victory in the 2023 NCAA Tournament

Marisa Goldenberg ’98 rallies the Orange and Black in the Lone Star State

The Princeton Club of Austin celebrates Orange & Black Day in 2022

Monica Moore Thompson ’89: ‘There’s unity to be found in the orange and black’

Monica Moore Thompson sitting on the blue sofa in Maclean House

For David Foster ’01, establishing a scholarship is a ‘triple win’

Profile of David Foster

For Martha Darling *70 and Gilbert Omenn ’61, the City of Light illuminated a lifetime of service together

Gilbert Omenn and Martha Darling smiling