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On Thursday, Dec. 1, the Princeton Graduate Student Government (GSG) and Intersecting Queer Identities (IQI)/Queer Graduate Caucus (QGC) hosted a vigil behind the Fountain of Freedom mourning the victims of the Nov. 19 Club Q Shooting in Colorado Springs.

On Thursday, Dec. 1, the Princeton Graduate Student Government (GSG) and Intersecting Queer Identities (IQI)/Queer Graduate Caucus (QGC) hosted a vigil behind the Fountain of Freedom mourning the victims of the Nov. 19 Club Q Shooting in Colorado Springs.



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“My hope for the next year is to cover our community as students see it.  There are so many exciting things happening on campus, and I want the 'Prince' to reflect them,” Narayanan said.

“My hope for the next year is to cover our community as students see it.  There are so many exciting things happening on campus, and I want the 'Prince' to reflect them,” Narayanan said.


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George M. Johnson, author of “All Boys Aren't Blue,“ a New York Times bestseller, discussed growing up queer and Black, living with HIV, and vulnerability in the writing process at a World AIDS Day lecture on campus.

George M. Johnson, author of “All Boys Aren't Blue,“ a New York Times bestseller, discussed growing up queer and Black, living with HIV, and vulnerability in the writing process at a World AIDS Day lecture on campus.


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“We’ve been very consistent ... it’s tough to sweep. We had a great game last night,” head coach Ron Fogarty told The Daily Princetonian after the loss against St. Lawrence. “We probably were on 90 percent of the time tonight, but those 10 percent of times it just was in the back of our net with tips and backdoor play.” 

“We’ve been very consistent ... it’s tough to sweep. We had a great game last night,” head coach Ron Fogarty told The Daily Princetonian after the loss against St. Lawrence.  “We probably were on 90 percent of the time tonight, but those 10 percent of times it just was in the back of our net with tips and backdoor play.” 


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Emmy-nominated movie and television actor Jonathan Majors sat down with Professor in the Humanities Paul Muldoon, who also serves as the director of the Princeton Atelier, to discuss Majors’s past roles and what the general public can expect from his upcoming movies.

Emmy-nominated movie and television actor Jonathan Majors sat down with Professor in the Humanities Paul Muldoon, who also serves as the director of the Princeton Atelier, to discuss Majors’s past roles and what the general public can expect from his upcoming movies. 


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