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Welcome!

The Princetoniana Site

A vibrant community of scholarship and learning, Princeton University is also rich in traditions, both old and new. The Princetoniana site is intended to be an evolving website, with a focus on many of the traditions and qualities that make the University distinctive.

Did you know...

In 1896, 2,000 alumni returned to campus to take part in a grand procession, considered the first Reunions P-rade. Today Reunions draws over 25,000 alumni, family and friends.

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"Princeton Reunions are an outward symbol of an inner grace." — John V. Fleming *63, Louis W. Fairchild Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Emeritus.

Photos courtesy of the Princetoniana Committee and the Offices of the Alumni Association, Development and Communications.