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‘I felt like I had to be here’: Looking back at the first Reunions since start of COVID-19 pandemic

The University welcomed back almost 25,000 alumni and their families back to campus for Reunions for the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Notable events include “The One and Only P-Rade,“ alumni-faculty panels and after-hours social events.  

Princeton University welcomed back almost 25,000 alumni and their families back to campus for Reunions for the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Notable events include “The One and Only P-Rade,“ alumni-faculty panels and after-hours social events. 


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275th Commencement ceremony celebrates the Class of 2022

1,234 undergraduate degrees and 655 graduate degrees were awarded; the graduates represent 49 U.S. states and more than 60 countries. Approximately 18 percent of the class are first-generation college students.

1,234 undergraduate degrees and 655 graduate degrees were awarded; the graduates represent 49 U.S. states and more than 60 countries. Approximately 18 percent of the class are first-generation college students.


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Princeton’s AccessAbility Center celebrates 5 years of serving students on campus

The AccessAbility Center celebrated its five-year anniversary, with Director for Disability Services Liz Erickson as well as AccessAbility Center Fellows Naomi Hess ’22 and Harper Chambers ’24 discussing the mission of the Center, past and present. 

The AccessAbility Center celebrated its five-year anniversary, with Director for Disability Services Liz Erickson as well as AccessAbility Center Fellows Naomi Hess ’22 and Harper Chambers ’24 discussing the mission of the Center, past and present. 


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In the eye of the storm: Princeton professor’s research may hold the key to predicting hurricanes

Princeton professor Dr. Gabriel A. Vecchi gave a talk regarding his research about hurricane frequency in the North Atlantic, expressing that the abnormal increase in hurricanes can be contributed to a phenomenon called aerosol forcing. 

Princeton professor Dr. Gabriel A. Vecchi gave a talk regarding his research about hurricane frequency in the North Atlantic, expressing that the abnormal increase in hurricanes can be contributed to a phenomenon called aerosol forcing. 


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ICC looks to ‘bring the Street back’ as University further loosens restrictions on indoor gatherings

Interclub Council (ICC) President Schuyler Kean ’22 says they are looking to “work towards bringing the Street back” as the University further loosens guidance regarding indoor event capacity limits, now allowing event coordinators to serve food and beverage at events for undergraduates. 

Interclub Council (ICC) President Schuyler Kean ’22 says they are looking to “work towards bringing the Street back” as the University further loosens guidance regarding indoor event capacity limits, now allowing event coordinators to serve food and beverage at events for undergraduates. 


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Two Princeton seniors, one Oxford student named 2022 Sachs Scholars

Princeton seniors Nathnael Mengistie ’22 and Sydney Hughes ’22, as well as University of Oxford graduate student Elise Doumergue, are among the 2022 Sachs Scholarship recipients.

Princeton seniors Nathnael Mengistie ’22 and Sydney Hughes ’22, as well as University of Oxford graduate student Elise Doumergue, are among the 2022 Sachs Scholarship recipients.


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Invitation of author Abigail Shrier sparks campus controversy, Princeton GSRC responds with teach-in

After initial publicity of the event, Princeton students voiced concerns about the decision to bring a speaker to campus denounced by many as transphobic.

After initial publicity of the event, Princeton students voiced concerns about the decision to bring a speaker to campus denounced by many as transphobic.


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