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Daily Princetonian Jun 11
NEWS | The Tony Awards are presented annually by the American Theatre Wing and the Broadway League to celebrate theatrical excellence on Broadway.
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Daily Princetonian Jun 7
PROSPECT | Maha Al Fahim demonstrates how the color orange impacted Princeton's history and influences the University's contemporary student culture.
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Daily Princetonian Jun 6
NEWS | The University alumna's fourth Jeopardy! episode will air tonight at 7:30pm on ABC.
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Daily Princetonian Jun 4
NEWS | “Nurture the friendships that you’ve made here, because they will sustain you for a lifetime,” Kemper said. “None of this means anything if you don’t have one another’s backs.”
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Daily Princetonian Jun 4
NEWS | After graduation, Varghese will join Digital McKinsey’s New York location as a Business Analyst, while also applying to master’s programs relating to the intersection of technology and society.
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Daily Princetonian Jun 4
NEWS | At the Alumni-Faculty Forum, students protested against the inclusion of Beth A. Wilkinson ’84.
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Daily Princetonian Jun 4
NEWS | Kemper stars on the Emmy-nominated Netflix show Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. She appeared on the American version of The Office, as well as in movies such as Bridesmaids and 21 Jump Street.
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Daily Princetonian Jun 4
NEWS | As Will was introduced by President Christopher L. Eisgruber ’83, students involved with the protest — many of whom wore purple to show solidarity — removed their traditional gowns and stood while facing away from Will.
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Daily Princetonian Jun 2
BREAKING | In their roles as guest artists on campus, Paz and Blanco offer their professional talents to productions with the Lewis Center for the Arts.
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Daily Princetonian Jun 1
A group of students woke up early to get to a 8:45 talk—only to walk out. See the Title IX reformers' protest during a lecture here:
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Sarah W. Hirschfield Jun 1
panelist Kellen Heniford ‘14 walked out with a group of audience members protesting panelist Beth Wilkinson ‘84’s legal assistance to Brett Kavanaugh
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Sarah W. Hirschfield May 31
From riots to raccoons, Princetonians have seen it all
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Daily Princetonian May 31
EDITORIAL The Daily Princetonian Editorial Board condemns the University’s deployment of “Open Expression Monitors” to suppress the speech of student activists.
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Daily Princetonian May 30
NEWS | The lobby of the Lewis Center for the Arts was flooded, as was the Frist Campus Center 100 level. Water seeped into lower hallways of the Forbes annex and soaked carpets of the basement of Holder Hall.
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Daily Princetonian May 30
NEWS | Renovations on the building are scheduled to begin in 2024. The building, originally constructed in 1909, will maintain its Gothic architecture.
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Daily Princetonian May 30
NEWS | Approximately 60 percent of the University’s 200-plus campus buildings, excluding eating clubs, are not fully wheelchair-accessible, according to the 2017 accessibility campus map offered by the Office of Disability Services.
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Daily Princetonian May 30
What is your favorite memory from Princeton? We asked alumni
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Daily Princetonian May 18
NEWS | When the Dinky pulled into its station on Alexander Street for the first time since October 14, the Princeton University Band and several other spectators were there to receive it.
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Daily Princetonian May 18
OPINION | LIU Senior columnist Siyang Liu criticizes changes in the University's financial aid program for music lessons.
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Daily Princetonian May 15
BREAKING | “Acknowledging six students in private meetings and attempting to refuse to discuss our community call to action is not meeting our demands," K Stiefel ’20 said. "But we will take this victory.”
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