Upcoming Events

NYC Class Dinner

Princeton/Dartmouth 150th Football Anniversary Celebration Friday-Saturday November 8-9, 2019

Our class kicks off the weekend on Friday, November 8, 2019 at The Princeton Club of New York with a class dinner. Drinks are at 6:30 followed by dinner. Guest speaker will be our own intrepid class secretary: Glenn "Merc" Morris talking about his book "The New Guide to North Carolina Beaches" . To find more info on the book please go here to the Class of '72 Author's Shelf.

Reservations may be made through the class website [here]. The cost is $96 per person for dinner. There will be a cash bar for cocktails prior to dinner.  For more information you may contact Chris Loomis (here) or Tony Tichenor (here).

If you wish to pay for the dinner by check, please make the check payable to Princeton University Class of 1972 and send it to:

Pamela Lloyd Coulter

Princeton Club of New York

Box  40

15 West 43rd St.

New York New York 10036

Complete the weekend by joining the Tiger faithful for the 150th Anniversary football game against Dartmouth on Saturday November 10 at 3:30 PM at Yankee Stadium.  Tickets may be purchased at:  https://goprincetontigers.com/news/2019/1/9/football-tickets-on-sale-for-2019-yankee-stadium-game-between-ivy-champ-princeton-dartmouth.aspx 

There will be a Tiger Tailgate party beginning at time and place to be determined.



1746 Society Webinar Series, 2019-2020 | Giving to Princeton

Listen and learn from alumni experts speaking on a range of estate planning topics.

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Contact the Office of Gift Planning at 1746soc@princeton.edu or 609.258.6318 for more information.

Wednesday, September 11, 2019
11:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.

Ron BrownA Celebration of Princeton: A Given Place

Ron Brown ’72, Author of “A History of Charitable Gift Planning”

Princeton has been shaped by magnificent bequests and planned gifts, from the Scheide Library and the Graduate College campus to founding bequests in the 1700s. This richly illustrated webinar features Princeton heroes such as George Washington and James Madison, gifts of important manuscripts, paintings, and objects, and the fruits of endowed funds.

Ron Brown is the author of “A History of Charitable Gift Planning” and many articles. He served as director of planned giving at Princeton (1996-2010). Ron was a board member of the National Association of Charitable Gift Planners and the Philanthropic Planning Group of Greater New York, chair of the Research Committee for the American Council on Gift Annuities, and is a member of Princeton’s Planned Giving Advisory Committee. Ron graduated from Princeton with the Class of 1972 and received an MA from the University of Chicago, where he studied the history of ideas and edited the newsletter of the Oriental Institute. A retired Commander in the U.S. Naval Reserve, he received two Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals for writing and research while serving with the U.S. Naval Historical Center. He has two children and two grandchildren, and lives in Manhattan.