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Undergraduate seniors who have been living on campus or locally, who have been part of the University’s asymptomatic testing protocol, and who have not had lost access to campus housing due to a Social Contract violation will be invited to Commencement.

Undergraduate seniors who have been living on campus or locally, who have been part of the University’s asymptomatic testing protocol, and who have not had lost access to campus housing due to a Social Contract violation will be invited to Commencement.


For any moviegoer looking for an interesting history lesson or simply an entertaining film, “Hidden Figures” is for you. Based on Margot Lee Shetterly’s book of the same name, “Hidden Figures” tells the true-life stories of Katherine Johnson, Mary Jackson, and Dorothy Vaughn, a trio of Black female NASA scientists who played essential roles in the U.S. space program during the early 1960s. 

For any moviegoer looking for an interesting history lesson or simply an entertaining film, “Hidden Figures” is for you. Based on Margot Lee Shetterly’s book of the same name, “Hidden Figures” tells the true-life stories of Katherine Johnson, Mary Jackson, and Dorothy Vaughn, a trio of Black female NASA scientists who played essential roles in the U.S. space program during the early 1960s. 



Professor Keith Wailoo
Sameer A. Khan / Fotobuddy via Princeton University

Wailoo was specifically recognized for his historical scholarship centered in race, science, and health equity and the links between social structures and disease. Wailoo has served on health policy committees and actively discusses health equity using a historical lens to guide his work. 

Wailoo was specifically recognized for his historical scholarship centered in race, science, and health equity and the links between social structures and disease. Wailoo has served on health policy committees and actively discusses health equity using a historical lens to guide his work. 


Ryan Schwieger ’21 (left) and Jerome Desrosiers ’21 (right) will compete as graduate transfer students next year at Loyola University Chicago and the University of Hawai’i, respectively.
Tom Salotti and Jack Graham / The Daily Princetonian

We spoke with Jerome Desrosiers and Ryan Schwieger about their impending transfers to play basketball at Loyola Chicago and Hawai’i, respectively. Though they are moving on following a canceled Princeton season, both remember their time as Tigers fondly. 

We spoke with Jerome Desrosiers and Ryan Schwieger about their impending transfers to play basketball at Loyola Chicago and Hawai’i, respectively. Though they are moving on following a canceled Princeton season, both remember their time as Tigers fondly. 


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The Prospect’s TV & Shows Critic Molly Cutler delves into the world of fiction podcasts, examining how “Fun City” merges table-top games, improv comedy, acting, and storytelling to produce a show that is both entertaining and culturally engaging. “Fun City” may be set in a futuristic New York City and may get its intrigue from how the gameplay unfolds, but it also manages to richly connect with the many social conflicts of the world today.

The Prospect’s TV & Shows Critic Molly Cutler delves into the world of fiction podcasts, examining how “Fun City” merges table-top games, improv comedy, acting, and storytelling to produce a show that is both entertaining and culturally engaging. “Fun City” may be set in a futuristic New York City and may get its intrigue from how the gameplay unfolds, but it also manages to richly connect with the many social conflicts of the world today.


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