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Looking back, looking forward: The print commencement issue

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.


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November 2020: Community without campus

This issue, gives rise to an important question: Does sustaining community require that we share a common campus? The answer, the pieces collected here suggest, is a resounding no. Click to read the full November issue.

This issue, gives rise to an important question: Does sustaining community require that we share a common campus? The answer, the pieces collected here suggest, is a resounding no. Click to read the full issue.


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October 2020: Princeton in the nation's crosshairs

Campus may be deserted, but it looms large in political debates and cultural flashpoints. As students who attend an institution trapped in the nation’s crosshairs, how are we to respond? We hope this October issue will offer a few answers.

Campus may be deserted, but it looms large in political debates and cultural flashpoints. As students who attend an institution trapped in the nation’s crosshairs, how are we to respond? We hope this October issue will offer a few answers.


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September 2020: Princeton from afar

College continues, strictly speaking, but without the shared experiences, opportunities, and spaces that made it meaningful. Yet, the stories compiled here also recount how our peers have stood by their convictions and helped one another. Click to read the full September issue.

College continues, strictly speaking, but without the shared experiences, opportunities, and spaces that made it meaningful. Yet, the stories compiled here also recount how our peers have stood by their convictions and helped one another. Click to read the full September issue.


ROTC cadets at morning training.
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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.” 


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