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As a winner of Projects for Peace — a Pace Center program that awards $10,000 to University undergraduates to pursue service projects around the world — Blanco-Quiroga used the funding to start the Chacha Emprende Project, a two-pronged approach to bringing education and resources back to his Aymara Indigenous community in Bolivia.

As a winner of Projects for Peace — a Pace Center program that awards $10,000 to University undergraduates to pursue service projects around the world — Blanco-Quiroga used the funding to start the Chacha Emprende Project, a two-pronged approach to bringing education and resources back to his Aymara Indigenous community in Bolivia.


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Jay Katsir ’04, Colbert comedy writer, wants to make some noise post-pandemic

Features Staff Writer Anna Salvatore sat down with Jay Katsir ’04, a head writer for The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, to talk about writing amidst chaos and trying to elicit laughs on a muted Zoom, and to discuss his hopes for a return to in-person ‘explosion[s] of joy.’

Features Writer Anna Salvatore sat down with Jay Katsir ’04, a head writer for The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, to talk about writing amidst chaos and trying to elicit laughs on a muted Zoom, and to discuss his hopes for a return to in-person ‘explosion[s] of joy.’

FEATURES | 02/09/2021

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‘Walking at the frontier’: professor William Massey ’77, trailblazing Black mathematician and mentor

Nineteen years ago, when Massey stood in front of a committee of white Princeton professors, waiting as they pondered his academic fate, no Black mathematician had ever been awarded tenure at an Ivy League university. When the committee was through, he had become the first.

FEATURES | 06/28/2020

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