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The Class of 2021 has been defined by shared realities amid unprecedented times: remote learning, virtual community, and a socially distant final semester. But beyond those collective experiences, they’re a diverse group of athletes, artists, activists, and scholars whose individual perspectives have shaped their time in the Orange Bubble, and whose actions will continue to impact Princetonians for years to come. Here, we look at their four years on campus.

The Class of 2021 has been defined by shared realities amid unprecedented times: remote learning, virtual community, and a socially distant final semester. But beyond those collective experiences, they’re a diverse group of athletes, artists, activists, and scholars whose individual perspectives have shaped their time in the Orange Bubble, and whose actions will continue to impact Princetonians for years to come. Here, we look at their four years on campus.


ROTC cadets at morning training.
Jon Ort / The Daily Princetonian

In the Nation's Service

Published in November 2019, this special issue celebrates the 100-year anniversary of the ROTC Program and explores the meaning of “Princeton In the Nation’s Service.” 

Published in November 2019, this special issue celebrates the 100-year anniversary of the ROTC Program and explores the meaning of “Princeton In the Nation’s Service.” 

SPECIAL | January 5

A sign on the doors to New South reads “This bldg has been liberated by ABC.” Source: The Daily Princetonian Larry Dupraz Digital Archives.

Power of a United People

This March 2019 special issue commemorates 50 years of Black student activism, looking back at the occupation of New South five decades prior and highlighting more recent activists. 

This March 2019 special issue commemorates 50 years of Black student activism, looking back at the occupation of New South five decades prior and highlighting more recent activists. 

SPECIAL | January 5

How Women Became Tigers

This May 2018 special issue takes a look how women became Tigers — from their first matriculation, to co-ed eating club memberships, to influential student body leadership.

This May 2018 special issue takes a look how women became Tigers — from their first matriculation, to co-ed eating club memberships, to influential student body leadership.

SPECIAL | January 5

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