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The history behind ROTC that brought Gen. Mark Milley ’80 to Princeton

Following an interview with General Mark Milley ’80, a graduate of the University’s ROTC program, the ‘Prince’ examines the complex history of ROTC on campus. 

Following an interview with General Mark Milley ’80, a graduate of the University’s ROTC program, the ‘Prince’ examines the complex history of ROTC on campus. 


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‘Lighting the way’: Communities of Light event spreads awareness of sexual violence

This year, SHARE revived its participation in Communities of Light, an annual event held by Womanspace in December to raise awareness and show support for those impacted by domestic and sexual violence. SHARE Peers placed luminaries along the sidewalks and walkways of eating clubs participating in the event, as well as outside Frist Campus Center. 

This year, SHARE revived its participation in Communities of Light, an annual event held by Womanspace in December to raise awareness and show support for those impacted by domestic and sexual violence. SHARE Peers placed luminaries along the sidewalks and walkways of eating clubs participating in the event, as well as outside Frist Campus Center. 


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Daniels ’24 elected USG president, gender-neutral bathroom referendum passes

Stephen Daniels ’24 won the USG election for president alongside running mate Madi Linton ’24, who ran for vice president. The pair received 60.9 and 54 percent of student votes, respectively.

Stephen Daniels ’24 won the USG election for president alongside running mate Madi Linton ’24, who ran for vice president. The pair received 60.9 and 54 percent of student votes, respectively.


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‘This is hate speech’: Students harassed by extremist protestors on campus

Some students chose to engage with the protestors or counter their speech. Those who engaged took a variety of tactics: challenging the protesters’ rhetoric directly, taking photos in front of the signs, or yelling out to the crowd. Several students who walked by the crowd commented that they thought the protestors were “joking” or laughed at the extremist protestors’ statements.

Some students chose to engage with the protestors or counter their speech. Those who engaged took a variety of tactics: challenging the protesters’ rhetoric directly, taking photos in front of the signs, or yelling out to the crowd. 


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First-years with past experience with climate advocacy bring new life to Divest Princeton

Before ever stepping foot on campus, members of the Class of 2026 took action against climate change. It hasn’t taken long for these first-years to get involved with organizations like Divest Princeton: leading songs at protests, organizing their peers, and giving speeches demanding that Princeton divest from fossil fuels.

Before ever stepping foot on campus, members of the Class of 2026 took action against climate change. It hasn’t taken long for these first-years to get involved with organizations like Divest Princeton: leading songs at protests, organizing their peers, and giving speeches demanding that Princeton divest from fossil fuels.


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Comedian Ilana Glazer performs stand up, talks comedy, identity, and success with Jordan Salama ’19

Ilana Glazer performed a stand-up set for Princeton students and community members on Wednesday night before moving to a conversation on comedy and more with recent alumnus Jordan Salama.

Ilana Glazer performed a stand-up set for Princeton students and community members on Wednesday before moving to a conversation on comedy and more with recent alumnus Jordan Salama.


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