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- • Project aims to ‘kindle debate’ on U.S. national security
- • Princeton will compete to retain management of plasma physics lab
- • Nobel awarded to leaders of the COBE science team
- • Tangled fibers prove inspiring for Princeton chemists
- • Hit the classroom before the stadium
- • West to deliver inaugural Toni Morrison Lectures
- • Symposium explores intersection of neuroscience and religion
- • Festivities celebrate 250th anniversary of ‘Princeton in Princeton’
- • Black alumni come back to look forward
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Hit the classroom before the stadium
Princeton NJ — The Alumni Association is once again offering Tiger football fans a chance to hit the classroom before they hit the stadium.
The Alumni Education Program has organized a series of lectures this fall that precede selected home football games. The lectures are free and open to the general public.
All lectures start at 10 a.m. Here is the schedule:
• Saturday, Oct. 21, in Dodds Auditorium, Robertson Hall (Harvard game): Natasha Lee, assistant professor of French and Italian, on “Marks of Distinction: Tales of Identity and Difference in the French Enlightenment.”
• Saturday, Nov. 4, in Dodds Auditorium, Robertson Hall (Penn game): Brandice Canes-Wrone, associate professor of politics and public affairs and 1993 alumna, on “Presidents, Public Opinion and Policy.”
• Saturday, Nov. 18, in 101 McCormick Hall (Dartmouth game): David Spergel, professor of astrophysical sciences and 1982 alumnus, on “Is the Universe Shaped Like a Football? Measuring the Geometry and Topology of Space.”
For more information, contact Kaitlin Lutz at firstname.lastname@example.org or 258-0014.