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The ‘Prince’ spoke to three Princeton alumni who have served in top administrative roles at other universities, including as presidents. Their responses to Gay’s resignation cite factors including plagiarism standards and political attacks on higher education, with all agreeing that Gay’s resignation was ultimately justified.

The ‘Prince’ spoke to three Princeton alumni who have served in top administrative roles at other universities, including as presidents. Their responses to Gay’s resignation cite factors including plagiarism standards and political attacks on higher education, with all agreeing that Gay’s resignation was ultimately justified.


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50 years of coeducation: in the words of the women of the Class of 1973

Six women from the Class of 1973 spoke with the ‘Prince’ on being a part of the first four-year class of women at the University and reflected on their generally positive experience as students. 

Six women from the Class of 1973 spoke with the ‘Prince’ on being a part of the first four-year class of women at the University and reflected on their generally positive experience as students.

NEWS | May 25

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Fierce civil rights advocate at Princeton and beyond, Hodding Carter III ’57 dies at 88

Hodding Carter III ’57 was a prominent journalist before becoming spokesman for the State Department during the 1979 Iran hostage crisis. He would later serve as University trustee. 

Hodding Carter III ’57 was a prominent journalist before becoming spokesman for the State Department during the 1979 Iran hostage crisis. He would later serve as University trustee. 

NEWS | May 13

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An eternal optimist: pro-tennis player Matija Pecotić ’13 makes a comeback at the Delray Beach Open

“I’ve always had this question inside of like, how far can I keep taking this,” said Matija Pecotić ’13, who at 33 years old defeated former top-ten singles player, Jack Sock, at the Delray Beach Open in his first-ever Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) main draw match. 

“I’ve always had this question inside of like, how far can I keep taking this,” said Matija Pecotić ’13, who at 33 years old defeated former top-ten singles player, Jack Sock, at the Delray Beach Open in his first-ever Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) main draw match. 

SPORTS | 02/21/2023

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‘She’s one of the greatest ever to play in the Ivy League’: Bella Alarie ’20 retires from professional basketball

“Though I will no longer be on the court, I look forward to this new period of my career as I explore opportunities on the business side of sports and the game I’ve always loved.” 

“Though I will no longer be on the court, I look forward to this new period of my career as I explore opportunities on the business side of sports and the game I’ve always loved.” 

SPORTS | 02/07/2023

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Jesse Marsch ’96 sacked as Leeds United head coach after a string of bad results

Marsch was relieved of his duties as Leeds United manager Monday morning. The club had not won a Premier League game since November and currently sits at 17th place in the table.

Marsch was relieved of his duties as Leeds United manager Monday morning. The club had not won a Premier League game since November and currently sits at 17th place in the table.

SPORTS | 02/06/2023

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Sofia Pauca ’21 discusses her original documentary, family, and disability at Princeton premiere

In the 80-minute documentary, Pauca shares the experiences of six families who have individuals with developmental disabilities, including her brother. 

In the 80-minute documentary, Pauca shares the experiences of six families who have individuals with developmental disabilities, including her brother. 

NEWS | 01/30/2023

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Princeton alumni in Congress share thoughts on House speaker election

Alumni in Congress react to Representative Kevin McCarthy’s historic 15-round election as Speaker of the House this month. Democrats Ivey and Krishnamoorthi described it as “dysfunction” within the Republican party, while Republicans Buck and Gallagher celebrated the vote as a sign of democracy in action.

Alumni in Congress react to Representative Kevin McCarthy’s historic 15-round election as Speaker of the House this month. Democrats Ivey and Krishnamoorthi described it as “dysfunction” within the Republican party, while Republicans Buck and Gallagher celebrated the vote as a sign of democracy in action. 

NEWS | 01/29/2023

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Dallas mayor discusses public service at SPIA event

Eric Johnson GS ’03, who is the second-ever Black mayor of Dallas, spoke at a Wintersession event about his career in public service and the lessons he takes from his SPIA education.

Eric Johnson GS ’03, who is the second-ever Black mayor of Dallas, spoke at a Wintersession event about his career in public service and the lessons he uses from his SPIA education.

NEWS | 01/26/2023

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Gen. Mark Milley ’80 discusses hockey, service, Capitol riots

Gen. Mark Milley ’80 sat down with the ‘Prince’ while he was on campus for the Hobey 100 weekend to talk about hockey, reflect on his time as a student at the University, and discuss the Jan. 6 riots and his obligations as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under erratic leadership. 

Gen. Mark Milley ’80 sat down with the ‘Prince’ while he was on campus for the Hobey 100 weekend to talk about hockey, reflect on his time as a student at the University, and discuss the Jan. 6 riots and his obligations as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under erratic leadership.

NEWS | 01/12/2023

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‘Meant to be’: Rabbi Gil Steinlauf ’91 returns to Princeton as the Executive Director of the CJL

When Rabbi Gil Steinlauf ’91 learned that the position of Executive Director of Princeton’s Center for Jewish Life (CJL) was open, he was “thunderstruck.” “We have an expression in Yiddish called bashert, which means ‘meant to be.’ And so I threw my hat in the ring,” he said. After serving as a pulpit rabbi for 25 years, this past July, Steinlauf returned to Princeton to take over as Executive Director of the CJL.

When Rabbi Gil Steinlauf ’91 learned that the position of Executive Director of Princeton’s Center for Jewish Life (CJL) was open, he was “thunderstruck.” “We have an expression in Yiddish called bashert, which means ‘meant to be.’ And so I threw my hat in the ring,” he said. After serving as a pulpit rabbi for 25 years, this past July, Steinlauf returned to Princeton to take over as Executive Director of the CJL.

FEATURES | 10/25/2022

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Hurricane Ian strikes Florida and Cuba, alumni residents react

Last week, Hurricane Ian made landfall in southwest Florida and Cuba, clocking in as a Category 4 storm and bringing devastation and loss to many, including hundreds of Princeton alumni and their families. Read how the storm has affected University members and their reactions in today’s piece. 

Last week, Hurricane Ian made landfall in southwest Florida and Cuba, clocking in as a Category 4 storm and bringing devastation and loss to many, including hundreds of Princeton alumni and their families. Read how the storm has affected University members and their reactions in today’s piece.

NEWS | 10/12/2022