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Supporting all faith traditions and dialogue

Supporting a community of many faiths, Princeton University's Office of Religious Life provides ways for students, faculty and staff to explore religious, moral and ethical questions.
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American Sign Language at Princeton

Through the advocacy of junior Colin Lualdi and other students, Princeton now has a course on the linguistics of American Sign Language (ASL), an ASL club and other opportunities to learn about ASL and Deaf culture. Read more.

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Princeton Profiles: Dan Steingart, exploring batteries with creativity

Princeton University assistant professor Dan Steingart, who studies batteries and sustainable energy storage, teaches students how to diagnose and solve complex problems. Read more.

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Student work: 'Elektra'

Sophocles' tragedy "Elektra," a dark, bloody tale of familial vengeance from ancient Greece, is explored anew by senior Evelyn Giovine in the title role with direction by Alexandru Mihail. Performances are at 8 p.m. Feb. 5, 6, 11, 12 and 13 in the Matthews '53 Acting Studio at 185 Nassau St. Tickets are available at Frist Campus Center or online through University Ticketing. A talkback with Visiting Lecturer in Theater Bryan Doerries follows the Feb. 12 performance. Learn more.

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