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- • Creative Connections: ‘Godunov’ project driven by scholarly, artistic collaborations
- • Alumni award winners stress value of public service
- • Top students honored with highest awards
- • From dissertations to collaborations
- • University and borough team up to address pedestrian safety
- • Hammond joins facilities senior management team
- • Lawson, Martinez named to enhance diversity initiatives
- • Spotlight
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Creative Connections: ‘Godunov’ project driven by scholarly, artistic collaborations
Honoring a legendary Russian director’s unfulfilled vision for a classic tale of power and intrigue, an army of Princeton scholars and artists is working this semester to mount a world premiere production of “Boris Godunov.”
Alumni Day: Alumni award winners stress value of public service
Princeton’s top alumni award winners, former U.S. Sen. Paul Sarbanes and Africare President Julius Coles, emphasized the need for people to engage in public service, from the local to the global level, in their Alumni Day addresses Saturday, Feb. 24.
Hammond joins facilities senior management team
Ben Hammond has been appointed director of administrative services in the facilities department.
Lawson, Martinez named to enhance diversity initiatives
Two new administrators have joined the Princeton staff to enhance the University’s diversity-related initiatives.
University and borough team up to address pedestrian safety
The University’s Department of Public Safety has teamed up with the Princeton Borough Police Department in an effort to educate the community on issues of pedestrian safety, focusing initially on the stretch of College Road between Alexander Road and Springdale Road.
Alumni Day: Top students honored with highest awards
The University recognized the winners of the highest honors it awards to students at Alumni Day ceremonies Saturday, Feb. 24.
From dissertations to collaborations
When Caryl Emerson was a graduate student at the University of Texas-Austin in the late ‘70s, she spent her days and nights studying an 1825 play by Alexander Pushkin called “Boris Godunov,” the subject of her dissertation.