I found a phrase “There is something more to life than an orange and black color scheme,” in the following lines of Time magazine’s (April 1) article titled, “My Advice to Princeton Women Grads.” - http://ideas.time.com/2013/04/01/my-advice-to-princeton-women-grads/#ixzz2PGP6KLdF
“Seriously. You have no idea what you have been missing. You know you’ve been tempted about a million times over the decades. You have long suspected that there is something more to life than an orange and black color scheme. You know there’s something unhealthy going on when every domestic dispute over say, that pesky budget, ends with “Rah!Rah! Rah! Rah! Tiger sis boom bah! And locomotives by the score.”
Is “There is something more to life than an orange and black color,” a popular saying or just the Princeton graduate author, Dominique Browning’s trope? Is ‘black and orange’ Princeton’s school color? What does it mean? What does orange and black color signify?