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Washington, D.C. —History professor Hendrik Hartog found himself entwined in history on Friday when his book, “Man and Wife in America: A History,” was cited in Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court Anthony Kennedy’s majority opinion in Obergefell v. Hodges, which legalized same-sex marriage in the United States.
The University Board of Trustees voted to create a new department for African American studies, the University announced on Tuesday.
Jill Dolan will be the next Dean of the College, the University announcedon Tuesday.
Tumi Akinlawon ’15 won the Young Alumni Trustee election and will begin a four-year term as a University trustee on July 1, the University announced on Friday.
In an opinion poll conducted by the Graduate Student Government earlier this month, 58.8 percent of voters cast ballots in favor of divestment.
The University adjusted its yield rate to 68.6 percent on Friday after 14 admitted students deferred their admission to the Class of 2020, Dean of Admission Janet Rapelye said.
The University announced on Monday that it received a $10 million donation from an anonymous donor to establish the Kahneman and Treisman Center for Behavioral Science and Public Policy at the Wilson School.
Technology will transform societies in big and small ways, but harnessing the distinctive intelligences of men and computers is key to materializing a better future, explained Eric Schmidt ’76, executive chairman of Google, at a lecture on Thursday.
The Appellate Division of the New Jersey Superior Court declined to hear an appeal earlier this month from the University regarding its tax-exempt status.
Retired four-star U.S. Army general and former CIA executive director David Petraeus GS ’85 pleaded guilty last Thursday to a federal misdemeanor charge of mishandling classified information.
Three hundred sixty-three sophomores declared concentrations in the social sciences as of Wednesday, compared to 393 at the same time last year.
The University announced its appointment of Dale Trevino as the Graduate School's associate dean for diversity and inclusion last Friday.
A newly adopted statement in the University’s “Rights, Rules, Responsibilities” upholding “academic freedom of expression” triggered debate among students and faculty this week.
The University recently received a $10 million donation from a currently unnamed University alumnus and his wife that will be used to finance the new music building thatis a part of the Princeton Arts and Transit Project.
University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 sent an email to all undergraduate students on Thursday inviting them to a gathering on Sunday to discuss the recent controversies over Urban Congo and the selection of Big Sean as the Lawnparties headliner that sparked widespread discussion oncampus.
Despite facing numerous challenges, the American public should look towards the fight for justice, equality and civil liberties with optimism, American Civil Liberties Union Executive Director Anthony Romero ’87 said in a lecture on Wednesday.
Firestone Library announced last week that it had acquired a collection of over 13,800 books from the personal library of Jacques Derrida, a 20th century French philosopher best known for developing the philosophical concept of deconstruction.
Students voiced their outrage over social media this weekend about videos featuring Urban Congo, a student organization recognized and sponsored by the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students.
Grammy-nominated rapper Big Sean will headline spring Lawnparties, Undergraduate Student Government social committee chair Simon Wu ’17 announced in Frist Campus Center Food Gallery on Tuesday night.
In a letter to University President Christopher Eisgruber '83 on March 19, the president of the advocacy group Students for Fair Admissions, Edward Blum,asked the Universityto preserve its student admission records and to restore these documents if any part had been destroyed.