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Communications department moves office

The University's Office of Communications is moving across Nassau Street to 22 Chambers St., Suite 201, during the first week of July. The move has caused a temporary disruption of phone service, which is in the process of being corrected.

The move took place Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, July 2, 3 and 5. The office will reopen for business on Monday, July 8. The staff plans to hold an open house in the fall.

All of the department's phone and fax numbers, as well as email addresses, will remain the same. The office also will continue to receive interdepartmental mail. A night dropoff box is being arranged for University clients with print projects. For more details, call 258-3601. A map to the new location is available online.

The communications office is responsible for the University's media relations, as well as a number of printed and electronic publications, including the University Web site home page, Princeton Weekly Bulletin and the Graduate and Undergraduate Announcements. It has been located in Stanhope Hall since the 1964-65 academic year.

Free copies of the campus map, which had been distributed by the communications office, will continue to be available in Stanhope Hall. They may be picked up at the Public Safety Office on the second floor. The maps also will be available at Frist Campus Center.

Contact: Marilyn Marks (609) 258-3601

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