Terrace Club has consistently led the Princeton campus on social issues: racial integration, co-education, gender rights, and more. Students today continue traditional Terrace values by volunteering, studying, and working on many social impact issues.
To celebrate Terrace’s enduring social conscience, the graduate board recognizes current members who are making an extraordinary social impact.
Bruce Culbertson ’17. Weekly volunteer in a local hospital.
Aleks Cvetkovic ’18. Leader for Ecoreps, working to green the campus. TFC sustainability chair. Co-president of SpeakOut, an activist group against rape culture and for consent.
Nadia Diamond ’17. Ran the Women’s Mentorship Program. Wrote her thesis as a theater piece engaging with suicide. Worked at McGraw helping everyone pass their classes.
David Exumé ’19. Organizer for Reunions Teach-In.
Alex Gumbs ’18. Project Leader for El Centro, a group that teaches English classes to Spanish-speaking people in Trenton.
Morayo Odujinrin ’18. TFC community service chair. Organized Truckfest, raising money for Send Hunger Packing and Meals on Wheels. Involved in LEAP, an arts enrichment program for local kids. Involved in Camp Kesem, which supports children who have parents fighting cancer. Interned at BringBoard Collaborative, an education non-profit. Will conduct research this summer in Los Angeles on homelessness and how to combat it.
Steffen Seitz ’17. Started Prison Electives Project, teaching creative writing, philosophy, and current events in prison. Member of SPEAR, a criminal justice reform group. Interned with public defenders and advocacy groups working against the death penalty. Will work for Petey Greene next year, coordinating tutoring programs in prisons.
Margaret Wright ’17. Anti-carceral activism/advocacy, poetry workshop in a prison.