PUB Newsletter

May 2014

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The Great Class of 2014!

This Spring we will be losing some fantastic PUB seniors. Read below to check out what lies ahead for PUB's great class of 2014.

Caroline Hearst

During her time at Princeton, Caroline Hearst has been integral in elevating and transforming the very nature of Princeton University Ballet. Serving as President her junior and senior years allowed her to make significant strides within the company including the introuduction of the Ivy Ballet Exchange, a new logo, and PUB 101. She has created a supportive and flourishing ballet atmosphere for the ballerinas and ballerinos on campus and has truly shepherded PUB in a new, thriving direction. Afer graduation Caroline, a History major, will be working in New York City with the company Birchbox on the Brand Campaign Strategy Team. She also hopes to keep talking class at Steps or Peridance.


Chloe Cheney-Rice

Chloe Cheney-Rice has had a significant impact on the artistic direction of PUB during her time at Princeton. As Artistic Director of the company her senior year, Chloe assembled a flawless repetoire of pieces for PUB to present at the inaugural Ivy Ballet Exchange at Columbia University as well as led the company in two stellar performances in the fall and the spring. Her powerful dancing, maturity, and leadership has transformed the direction of PUB and her exuberant laughter and uplifting personality will be missed. After graduation, Chloe, a Sociology major, will be working at Association to Benefit Children in New York through a Princeton Project 55 Fellowship. She also hopes to dance as much as possible either by taking classes or by getting involved in dance projects.

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Paige Hupy

As Artistic Director her junior year, Paige Hupy worked to create more cohesive performances that would attract college audiences while maintaining the artistic and technical excellence that has become a standard for Princeton University Ballet. Under her leadership, PUB benefited from Paige's dedication to all things she did. She served as an inspiring role model to all of those in the company and her presence will be greatly missed next year. After graduation, Paige, a Politics major, will be pursuing a two year fellowship with the El Pomar Foundation in Colorado. As a Fellow, she will take part in non-profit economic development projects throughout the state.


Sebastian Gold

Sebastian Gold has been PUB's resident techy, assisting with everything from music, videos, and lighting for the shows to help with Introduction to Computer Science for PUBers less inclined to programming. He has almost any technology you can dream of including a desktop smaller than a breadbox. Aside from his skills with technology, Sebastian is known for being a strong, reliable partner who truly emobodies PUB's informal motto, "Lift Girls Not Weights." His expertise in partnering parallels his supportive and kind demeanor. Sebastian, a Computer Science major, is going to travel through Europe this summer, and then finally buckle down and start work in Manhattan this October. Well, "in Manhattan" may be a bit of a misnomer, as he'll be doing consulting with IBM, which may include countless days of travel. He's excited to move on to the real world, gettig paid to solve problems instead of solving them endlessly in class.

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