“I learned how to practice journalism from other students on the ‘Prince.’ I'm somewhat old-school in that I think journalism is a trade and you work at it and you hope to have really good editors that pass on their knowledge and work on your writing and that's the way you learn how to be a journalist.”
“...[F]or someone who’s been working on journalism since my time at Princeton and since the day I left the gates, it’s pretty great to win something like this,” Juliet Eilperin ’92 said.
“I discovered that [the Siegfried Line] had been completely evacuated,” Cohn said. “Knowing it was true, I also knew right away that if our Allied armies had not to fight against the Siegfried Line, they could much faster occupy the rest of Germany and terminate the war.”
USG discussed using data to improve communication and outreach. Specifically, USG Vice President Andres Larrieu ’22 examined the role that data collection could play in optimizing USG services.
“I have seen some of the best spokespeople in my years consist of individuals who are great leaders,” said Anthony Clark Arend, a former professor of Chang’s at Georgetown. “Ben is one.”
On Jan. 2, a collection of 1,131 letters from renowned poet and Nobel Laureate Thomas Stearns Eliot, better known as T.S. Eliot, opened for research at Firestone Library. The letters dated from 1932 to 1947 and were written from Eliot to his muse and lover Emily Hale.
TAP began in 2016, when Lou Chen ’19 approached the Pace Center for Civic Engagement about a program to make a string orchestra, run by University students, for high school students in Trenton.
Princeton High School received an unconfirmed threat at approximately 11 a.m on Friday. The Princeton Police Department remained at the school for the rest of the day and students were released at 3 p.m.
The resolution was proposed by Ohio Senators Sherrod Brown and Rob Portman.
At 5:00 p.m. yesterday, students, faculty, and community members held a vigil in honor of Xiyue Wang, a Ph.D. student in History who has been detained in Iran for over three years on charges of espionage.