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Friday, May 22, 2015

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Alumni will return to campus for Reunions 2015

Thursday through Sunday, May 28-31, 2015 · various locations

Nearly 25,000 Princeton University alumni, family and friends are expected on campus Thursday through Sunday, May 28-31, for Reunions 2015.

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2015 Commencement activities planned

Sunday through Tuesday, May 31-June 2, 2015, various times · various locations

Several University activities for undergraduate and graduate degree candidates and their families are planned for Sunday through Tuesday, May 31-June 2.

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Map shows campus voting districts, polling stations for June 2 primary election

A primary election for state and local elected officials will be held Tuesday, June 2, with polls open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. (This also is Commencement Day.) Registered voters living on the Princeton University campus can find the location of their voting districts and polling stations for the primary Election Day through an online map. 

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Art show to feature works of seniors

May 14-June 2, 2015 · 185 Nassau St., Lucas Gallery

A mixed media exhibition highlighting the work of seniors in the Program in Visual Arts will be on view May 14-June 2 in the Lucas Gallery, 185 Nassau St.

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Exhibition focuses on Sinai and its icons

Through July 15, 2015 · McCormick Hall lobby

The exhibition "A New Look: Sinai and Its Icons" is on view through July 15 in the lobby of McCormick Hall. It presents a small selection of images from the Visual Resources Collection's archive of color photographs of Sinai icons produced by the Michigan-Princeton-Alexandria expeditions from 1956-1965.

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'Versailles on Paper' exhibition captures palace and gardens of Louis XIV

Feb. 13-July 19, 2015 · Firestone Library, main gallery

The exhibition "Versailles on Paper," on view Feb. 13-July 19 in the main gallery of Firestone Library, documents the contemporary representation of Versailles through a multifaceted array of prints, books, maps, medals and manuscripts. It highlights in particular those elements that today survive only on paper, including unusual and surprising glimpses into a largely lost world. All the books and prints on display were created in the 17th and 18th centuries. With only a few exceptions, they were selected from the holdings of Firestone and Marquand libraries, acquired over the past 140 years.

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Exhibition to explore 'The City Lost and Found'

Feb. 21-June 7, 2015 · Princeton University Art Museum

The exhibition "The City Lost and Found: New York, Chicago and Los Angeles, 1960-1980" will be on view Feb. 21-June 7 at the Princeton University Art Museum. The exhibition — which brings together works by major artists such as Ed Ruscha and Garry Winogrand with newly rediscovered projects — explores photographic and cinematic responses to the changing fabric of these major metropolitan areas that contributed to the focus on cities in popular media and urban policy during this period. Several lectures, events and film screenings will take place in conjunction with the exhibition.

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