Author, comedian and ‘The Daily Show’ host Trevor Noah selected as Princeton’s 2021 Class Day speaker.
The Class of 2021 has announced that internationally acclaimed comedian and author Trevor Noah will give remarks at the virtual Class Day ceremony on Saturday, May 15, and will be inducted as an honorary member of the class.
Ruth J. Simmons will speak at Princeton’s Baccalaureate ceremony.
Prairie View A&M University President Ruth J. Simmons, who previously served as president of both Brown University and Smith College, will deliver the keynote address at Princeton University’s 2021 Baccalaureate ceremony.
Eleven students win 2021 Spirit of Princeton Award for service, contributions to campus life.
The award recognizes those who have demonstrated a strong commitment to the undergraduate experience through dedicated efforts in student organizations, athletics, community service, religious life, residential life and the arts.
Princeton offers admission to 16 transfer students for fall 2021; First transfer students enrolled since program was reinstated will graduate this spring
Robert Hollander, preeminent scholar of Dante, ‘pioneer’ of the digital humanities and Princeton alumnus, dies at 87
Ferris Professor of Journalism Deborah Amos receives Berlin Prize Fellowship
New evidence for electron’s dual nature found in a quantum spin liquid
UPDATE: University hosts ongoing public vaccine clinics
Princeton adopts plan to support more diverse-owned businesses, broaden pool of University suppliers
An update on Princeton’s ongoing efforts to address systemic racism.
Last summer, the University announced an initiative to address America’s record of structural inequality and racism as well as Princeton’s place in that history. Now, the University is providing an interim update on these ongoing efforts. An annual report will be released this fall.
Trustee-level ad hoc committee develops principles to govern decisions about naming, renaming and changing iconography .
The principles on naming and renaming will govern questions about when and under what circumstances it might be appropriate for the University to remove or contextualize the names and representations of individuals present on Princeton's campus.