The Princeton University Library's inaugural Archives Research and Collaborative History (ARCH) Program launches on July 9 partnering Princeton students with undergraduate and graduate students from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).
Nearly 100 companies participated in the Capital Region Minority Chamber of Commerce Diversity Summit on May 4.
The latest initiative stemming from the work of the Campus Iconography Committee, the Portraiture Nominations Committee took up the task of soliciting and reviewing suggestions for new Univ
High school student winners of the 2018 Princeton Prize in Race Relations were recognized for their efforts to promote understanding and respect during the Princeton Prize Symposium held April 27-28 on Princeton's
The Princeton University board of trustees has approved naming spaces for Elizabeth "Betsy" Stockton and James Collins "Jimmy" Johnson, two formerly enslaved individuals with ties to the campus.
Ninety staff representing more than 30 colleges and universities from across the country gathered at Princeton University Feb. 18-20 to discuss support and resources for first-generation and low-income college students at selective institutions.
Ana Patricia Esqueda shares her experiences as a first-generation college student at Princeton.
The Lewis Center for the Arts welcomes award-winning director, playwright, and stage and film actor Ruben Santiago-Hudson for a series of events Feb. 27 - March 2 as part of the course "Movements for Diversity in American Theater."
President Christopher L. Eisgruber issued his annual "State of the University" letter on Wednesday, Feb. 7. Eisgruber will address the Princeton University Community on Tuesday, Feb. 20 at 10 a.m. at Richardson Auditorium in Alexander Hall.
Staff, faculty, and students rolled up their collective sleeves to participate in the Month of Service programs coordinated by the Pace Center.