Join us as Azza Cohen '16 talks about being part of Princeton's Bridge Year program and shows a special screening of the film she produced to document her experience while in India. Hosted by Bob Murley '72. RSVP by 8/31!

Azza is a senior from Highland Park, Illinois, majoring in history. Before her freshman year, she participated in the University's Bridge Year Program in India, where she volunteered for the organization Guria, which fights human trafficking through legal and educational intervention.

On campus, she is a member of the Princeton Bhangra team, a leader and coordinator of the Pace Center's Breakout Princeton alternative break program, a worker at the Pace Center for Civic Engagement and an opinion writer for the Daily PrincetonianAzza is a 2015 recipient of the Spirit of Princeton award.  

Specks of Dusta documentary by Azza and Shaina Watrous '14, follows the lives of individuals fighting for justice for the survivors of human trafficking in Varanasi, India. The film was inspired by their nine-month experience during their bridge year.  

Film trailer:

Film website: 


This will be an interesting and educational evening as well as a nice opportunity to mix with fellow Tigers!


Wednesday, September 2, 2015
5:30 pm - wine, beer, & cheese reception
6:00 pm - program followed by Q&A
Credit Suisse, 42nd floor
227 W Monroe Street

Chicago, IL 


Click HERE to reserve by Monday, August 31st at 5 pm please!    

If you have any difficulties registering on-line, please call the Princeton Club at 847-256-5800.

Please arrive before 6:00 p.m. and bring ID for security

Many thanks to Bob Murley '72 S76 for graciously hosting this event! 

Questions?  Contact Charlene Huang Olson '88  @

Bridge Year is a tuition-free program that allows a select number of incoming freshmen to begin their Princeton experience by engaging in nine months of University-sponsored service at one of five international locations. In addition to supporting community-based initiatives at each program site, Bridge Year aims to provide participants with greater international perspective and intercultural skills, an opportunity for personal growth and reflection, and a deeper appreciation of service in both a local and international context.