Sophomore Naoum Fares Marayati is taking in as much of his Princeton experience as he can. When the psychology major is not studying for his next class, you may find him guiding a tour in the Princeton University Art Museum, tutoring at the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning, singing with the Umqombothi a cappella group or hosting a study break at Forbes College, his favorite community on campus. Read more
The Princeton University Rock Ensemble (PURE) is a student ensemble dedicated to the performance of rock music. The group has approximately 30 undergraduates who perform two concerts a year in Frist Campus Center's Film/Performance Theatre, in addition to smaller showcases on campus. Read more.
Tucked in a corner on the first floor of Lewis Library is a state-of-the-art space where faculty can transform how they teach and students can expand the ways and skills they learn. The Digital Learning Lab (DLL) is a multimedia center that supports creative teaching and learning at Princeton. Read more.
Professor Joshua Shaevitz's freshman seminar, "The Science of Mythbusters," focuses on the ways in which scientists approach real-world problems using the scientific method. Students learn about research funding and processes, along with how to evaluate information they encounter in their own lives. Read more.