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Princeton offers many pathways for connecting on campus as well as to the larger community. Whether you are looking to engage individuals of similar background or those interested in a common cause, there are connections ready and waiting for you.

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Rouse, Trenton Children's Chorus to celebrate King

Princeton University will commemorate the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. with its annual King Day celebration on Monday, Jan. 19, in Richardson Auditorium of Alexander Hall. Doors open at 1 p.m. Cecilia Rouse, dean of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, will give the keynote address and the program includes a performance by the Trenton Children's Chorus.

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Staff, students honor King's legacy through service

A number of staff and undergraduate students participated in community service projects on Jan. 15 as part of the University's celebration of the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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Campbell, Grayson honored at King Day celebration

David Campbell, senior staff psychologist, and Kenneth Grayson, Electric Shop foreman, both received the Journey Award at Princeton's annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration.

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Eisgruber reflects on why service matters

President Christopher L. Eisgruber reflects on his service as an undergraduate and why he feels volunteerism is an important part of the Princeton student experience.

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"Ain't I a Woman: My Journey to Womanhood"

The Carl A. Fields Center, LGBT Center, and Women*s Center welcomed actress and activist Lavern Cox to campus for a talk on Tuesday, Nov. 17 in Richardson Auditorium.

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Employee Resource Groups foster community at Princeton

From community service projects and discussion groups to potluck dinners and bowling nights, Princeton University's Employee Resource Groups provide opportunities for employees with shared backgrounds and interests to build communities across campus.

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Umqombothi a cappella group creates community

Umqombothi is a student African a cappella group that performs both on and off the Princeton University campus. With intricate harmonies, the members sing songs from a variety of African cultures, both traditional and contemporary.

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