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Miriam Waldvogel


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Professor Imani Perry honored with National Book Award

The National Book Foundation honored professor of African American Studies Imani Perry’s “South to America: A Journey Below the Mason-Dixon to Understand the Soul of a Nation” with its award in nonfiction. In the book, Perry draws on the stories, figures, and traditions of the American South.

The National Book Foundation honored professor of African American Studies Imani Perry’s “South to America: A Journey Below the Mason-Dixon to Understand the Soul of a Nation” with its award in nonfiction. In the book, Perry draws on the stories, figures, and traditions of the American South.


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Administrators, faculty discuss future of affirmative action at Princeton

With regard to the University’s plans in the wake of a potential Supreme Court ruling that could outlaw race-conscious admissions, Eisgruber said in a recent interview with the ‘Prince’ that “we will do our best to be creative within the limits of the law. But we can’t pretend that it’s going to be easy.”

With regard to the University’s plans in the wake of a potential Supreme Court ruling that could outlaw race-conscious admissions, Eisgruber said in a recent interview with the ‘Prince’ that “we will do our best to be creative within the limits of the law. But we can’t pretend that it’s going to be easy.”


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Princeton students and professors react to Supreme Court oral arguments on affirmative action

In the shadow of the pending Supreme Court decision on the constitutionality of race-based admissions, students and faculty share their perspectives. 

In the shadow of the pending Supreme Court decision on the constitutionality of race-based admissions, students and faculty share their perspectives. 


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Princeton sells most holdings in Lithium Americas, Protect Thacker Pass argues not enough

As of the last quarter SEC filings, the University’s holdings in Lithium Americas Corporation are around $4.5 million, down from $92 million earlier this year. Still, Protect Thacker Pass, a Nevada-based coalition of activists, has argued that the University’s holdings in the company remain unacceptable.

As of the last quarter SEC filings, the University’s holdings in Lithium Americas Corporation are around $4.5 million, down from $92 million earlier this year. Still, Protect Thacker Pass, a Nevada-based coalition of activists, has argued that the University’s holdings in the company remain unacceptable.


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