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History professor Julian Zelizer discusses new book on the Trump presidency

“I just hope they can see where this all came from, where he came from, where his style of politics came from, and that they don't think the world was made anew in 2017,” said Julian Zelizer, on what University students can take away from his latest book, “The Presidency of Donald J. Trump: A First Historical Assessment.”

“I just hope they can see where this all came from, where he came from, where his style of politics came from, and that they don't think the world was made anew in 2017,” said Julian Zelizer, on what University students can take away from his latest book, “The Presidency of Donald J. Trump: A First Historical Assessment.”


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Firestone exhibition of Jewish American artists featuring works from Confederate soldiers canceled

Following the cancellation of the exhibit, the gallery’s primary donor and curator spoke to the ‘Prince’ about cancel culture and the larger implications of the decision.

Following the cancellation of the exhibit, the gallery’s primary donor and curator spoke to the ‘Prince’ about cancel culture and the larger implications of the decision.


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Princeton continues push to net-zero campus emissions by 2046

Amidst the backdrop of the University’s sprawling construction projects, the University is transitioning its energy systems to achieve a net-zero carbon emission campus by 2046. University staff and industry experts weighed in on how the plans will impact campus life and the energy industry as a whole. 

Amidst the backdrop of the University’s sprawling construction projects, the University is transitioning its energy systems to achieve a net-zero carbon emission campus by 2046. University staff and industry experts weighed in on how the plans will impact campus life and the energy industry as a whole. 


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Princeton, Yale, Penn student divestment advocates respond to formal divestment of majority of the Ivy League

Student leaders at Princeton, the University of Pennsylvania, and Yale — the three Ivy League institutions which have not divested — respond to the formal divestment of the majority of the Ivy League. 

Student leaders at Princeton, the University of Pennsylvania, and Yale — the three Ivy League institutions which have not divested — respond to the formal divestment of the majority of the Ivy League. 


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Princeton researchers expose consequences of vaccine nationalism

In a recent paper, several members of the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and the High Meadows Environmental Institute explained the short-term and long-term consequences of vaccine nationalism.

In a recent paper, several members of the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and the High Meadows Environmental Institute explained the short-term and long-term consequences of vaccine nationalism.


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Whig-Clio Board of Trustees decides not to revoke JMA from Sen. Ted Cruz ’92

Citing a lack of constitutional support for the revocation of the JMA, the Whig-Clio Board of Trustees decided not to rescind the award from Cruz. An email sent to Whig-Clio members pledged to “reduce his presence within Whig-Clio.” 

Citing a lack of constitutional support for the revocation of the JMA, the Whig-Clio Board of Trustees decided not to rescind the award from Cruz. An email sent to Whig-Clio members pledged to “reduce his presence within Whig-Clio.” 


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Sarah-Jane Leslie ’07 steps down as Dean of Graduate School

“Sarah-Jane Leslie has been a dynamic and innovative leader for our Graduate School,” said Princeton University President Christopher L. Eisgruber ’83 in a press release. “I am grateful for her distinguished service to this University and, in particular, for her leadership on issues of graduate student diversity and professional development.”

“Sarah-Jane Leslie has been a dynamic and innovative leader for our Graduate School,” said Princeton University President Christopher L. Eisgruber ’83 in a press release. “I am grateful for her distinguished service to this University and, in particular, for her leadership on issues of graduate student diversity and professional development.”


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SPIA administrator retires to serve on Rouse's Council of Economic Advisors

Associate Dean for Public Affairs and Communication Elisabeth Donahue has been nominated to serve as the Chief of Staff for President Joe Biden’s Council of Economic Advisors (CEA) under the incoming chair of the CEA and former SPIA Dean Cecilia Rouse.

Associate Dean for Public Affairs and Communication Elisabeth Donahue has been nominated to serve as the Chief of Staff for President Joe Biden’s Council of Economic Advisors (CEA) under the incoming chair of the CEA and former SPIA Dean Cecilia Rouse.


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Sen. Cruz ’92 pushes back after 400 classmates condemn his actions as attempt to “undermine democracy”

The petition, which has 400 signatories as of Monday evening, includes alumni on both ends of the political spectrum. “This is about democracy rather than any particular policy perspective,” Elise Harris ’92 said.

The petition, which has 400 signatories as of Monday evening, includes alumni on both ends of the political spectrum. “This is about democracy rather than any particular policy perspective,” Elise Harris ’92 said.


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