LGBT alumni share stories in oral history project - News
| May 02, 2013
Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender alumni attendants at the recent Every Voice conference had the opportunity to record their personal narratives as part of an audio and visual oral history project organized by the Alumni Association of Princeton University and funded by the institutional equity and diversity efforts of the Office of the Provost.
Former mascot reminisces - News
| March 15, 2013
The Princeton tiger has been granted literary life with a memoir published in early February by Blanche Kapustin ’95, titled Tigering: Memoir of an Ivy League Mascot. The book details Kapustin’s time as the Princeton mascot. All profits from the sale are going to the Princeton band.
After scandal, Spitzer ’81 rebounds - News
| May 06, 2011
The former governor of New York makes no excuses about his past.
“Life is a series of chapters, and you live and you learn and you go on,” he said. “I make no bones to people that I’ve seen peaks and I’ve seen valleys.”
But Eliot Spitzer ’81 — activist USG chairman, widely praised state attorney general, disgraced and scandalized former governor of New York, and now host of a primetime CNN talk show — also refuses to make excuses about his future.
From Venice, pair navigates visa confusion - News
| April 26, 2011Chicago is roughly 760 miles from Philadelphia. Yet for nearly two years, Daniel ’07, who worked in Philadelphia after graduation, and his partner Andres, who worked in Chicago, took turns to make the long journey every weekend, or at least every other weekend, to see each other.
Levy ’89 of The New York Times awarded 2nd Pulitzer Prize - News
| April 20, 2011Clifford Levy ’89 of The New York Times has won a Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting, Columbia University announced on Monday afternoon. Levy, a former Moscow bureau chief and the recently inaugurated deputy editor of the Times’ Metro section, shared the accolade with Ellen Barry for their nine-part “Above the Law” article series that explored corruption, political and judicial misconduct and the abuse of power in post-Communist Russia, sparking heated discussion in the country.