Princeton Private Prison Divest (PPPD) was met with a “disappointing response” from the Board of Trustees upon submitting their final petition that encourages the Board to state that the University will divest from private prisons.
University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 reflected on the commitment to service emphasized at his graduation, and how such a commitment remains ... Read More
Reflecting on his conversations at the University, Cruz noted that there could be both seriousness and lightheartedness at times. “You engaged in ideas, ... Read More
Luhrmann explained that when Fitzgerald left Princeton, the world was undergoing immense, cataclysmic change. “Now, the world is out of ideas again. ... Read More
Achille Tenkiang ‘17 will serve as the newest Young Alumni Trustee (YAT) after being elected in an election that ran from May 2 to May 24. The news ... Read More
June Philippe ’20 was visiting Princeton with her high school on Nov. 18, 2015, when she noticed students streaming out of buildings walking toward ... Read More
Lisa Belkin ’82 is the Chief National Correspondent at Yahoo News. She also worked for the New York Times for thirty years and has authored three books ... Read More
Marcos Vigil ’97 is the Deputy Mayor of Jersey City. He spoke to The Daily Princetonian about meeting his wife, ‘going beyond the walls of the University’ ... Read More