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Monday, Feb 12, 2018

Artist Walter Hood's work, titled "Double Consciousness," will explore the complexity of Woodrow Wilson's legacy.  The work will be installed on Scudder Plaza.

 

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Wednesday, Jan 17, 2018

Presidents Christopher L. Eisgruber of Princeton and Brad Smith of Microsoft authored letters to members of Congress urging quick action to enact protections for recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.

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Friday, Jan 12, 2018

Princeton University has partnered with the Arts Council of Princeton to commemorate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  The full day of programming will begin with a community breakfast at the Paul Robeson Arts Center, 102 Witherspoon Street, Princeton, NJ.

Friday, Jan 5, 2018

Entries for the annual staff essay contest coordinated by Princeton Writes are being accepted through February 28. Participants are invited to describe an encounter or relationship that has given them a new perspective.  Additional details are available on the Princeton Writes website.

Monday, Nov 20, 2017

The Princeton and Slavery Symposium featured film screenings, panel discussions, performances, and a keynote address by Toni Morrison.

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Monday, Nov 13, 2017

"Remembering Langston Hughes — His Art, Life & Legacy Fifty Years Later" Celebrated as a poet and "champion of black America", Professor Wallace Best hosted a conference honoring Hughes on Nov. 10-11.

Monday, Nov 6, 2017

The research project, led by Professor of History Martha Sandweiss, explores the University's ties to slavery.

 

Friday, Nov 3, 2017

Maria De La Cruz Perales Sanchez, a Princeton undergraduate student, the University, and Microsoft have filed a complaint in federal court challenging the government's decision to terminate DACA.

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Tuesday, Oct 24, 2017

'Diverse Perspectives' (.pdf) allows us a glimpse into the lives and experiences of Princeton students.

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Tuesday, Oct 24, 2017

Princeton has reinstated its transfer admission program and hopes to enroll exceptionally well-prepared students from a range of backgrounds.

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