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Residential college exchange connects cultures

Students from the University of Cambridge and the Chinese University of Hong Kong visited Princeton this fall as part of a residential college exchange program. During the spring, Princeton undergraduates were hosted by students at those two universities. Read more.

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'Red Noses'

Written by Peter Barnes and directed by Lecturer in Theater Tracy Bersley, "Red Noses" is an edgy farce set in the time of the Black Plague. The play follows Father Flote and his ragtag group of performers as they strive to spread joy throughout the French countryside amidst the darkest of times. Performances will take place at 8 p.m. Nov. 14-15 and 20-22 in the Berlind Theatre. Learn more.

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Student work: The Princeton Perspective Project

Everyone faces struggles, setbacks and failures at some point in their Princeton career, yet we so rarely talk about these experiences. Members of the Princeton Perspective Project believe that sharing these stories will reveal a new perspective on campus life, while helping all of us to be more resilient by understanding that failure is a natural part of the path to success — however you define it. Join the conversation by watching our videos, attending an event and sharing your own story! Learn more.

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