Wednesday, Jul 8, 2020

‘The Torture Letters’ brings visibility to unjustified police stops of Black teenagers in Chicago.  The film is available online now and will featured at the first Humanities Innovation Forum in September.

Saturday, Jun 27, 2020

At the recommendation of President Eisgruber, the board of trustees voted on June 26 to remove the name of Woodrow Wilson from the University's Policy School and residential college.

Wednesday, Jun 24, 2020

The Black Leadership Coalition (BLC), a network of campus Black student organizations, began a fundraiser in early June raising over $18,000 for local Trenton business.

Wednesday, Jun 24, 2020

Departments across the Princeton University campus join forces with local organizations to address food insecurity in Mercer County.

Monday, Jun 22, 2020

President Eisgruber, in a letter to the Princeton University community, calls on University leadership to address racial injustice and challenges them to identify steps we can take to combat racism.  Learn more...

Thursday, Jun 18, 2020

Princeton University, together with co-plaintiffs Microsoft and Princeton graduate Maria Perales Sanchez, welcomes the Supreme Court ruling today, which restores DACA and protects Dreamers across this country...

Thursday, Jun 18, 2020

The Office of Admission announced that due to the unprecedented challenges presented by COVID-19, including the disruption to coursework this spring and the lack of access to the ACT and SAT, Princeton will...

Sunday, May 31, 2020

Princeton University President Christopher L. Eisgruber issued a statement on the killing of George Floyd and the critical importance of confronting racism.

Wednesday, May 6, 2020

Michele Minter, Vice Provost for Institutional Equity and Diversity and the University Title IX Coordinator issued a statement regarding the new Title IX regulations issued by Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR)....

Monday, Dec 30, 2019

Artist Mario Moore and the portraits he painted of campus workers at Princeton University, including Howard Sutphin, Kaneisha Young and Valeria Sykes featured in a CBS NEWS prof