Alumni in the News
University dedicates marker addressing the complex legacy of Woodrow Wilson .
"Double Sights," a 39-foot-tall marker that addresses the many complicated aspects of former University President and U.S. President Woodrow Wilson, was dedicated on Oct. 5.
‘Thrive’ conference connects and celebrates Princeton’s black alumni .
More than 1,200 Princeton alumni and guests came to campus Thursday through Saturday, Oct. 3-5, for “Thrive: Empowering and Celebrating Princeton’s Black Alumni.”
How they’ve thrived since Princeton: Thomas sisters recall life as undergraduates in 1970s .
Ivy Thomas McKinney ’77, Evora Thomas ’74 and Daphne Thomas Jones ’77 talk about what it was like to be women and students of color at Princeton in the 1970s. The sisters often return to campus, and are visiting Oct. 3-5 to attend the conference “Thrive: Empowering and Celebrating Princeton’s Black Alumni.”