Alumni in the News
Writing in the time of coronavirus: John McPhee’s legendary course goes virtual .
On March 23, the first day of Princeton's transition to remote learning due to the coronovirus pandemic, John McPhee took his legendary course "Creative Nonfiction" virtual, with guest David Remnick, a Princeton alumnus and editor of The New Yorker.
Mathematics Ph.D. alumnus Furstenberg receives Abel Prize .
Hillel Furstenberg, a 1958 Ph.D. alumnus in mathematics, shares the Abel Prize — the mathematics equivalent of a Nobel Prize — with Gregory Margulis.
President Eisgruber’s message to all Princetonians on meeting the unprecedented challenges presented by COVID-19 .
Eisgruber extends thanks to students, faculty and staff and lays out how Princetonians can play a part in the effort against coronavirus.
University issues further COVID-19 guidance, accommodations and criteria for remaining on campus .
All classes to move online, all undergraduates to remain off campus except those meeting specific criteria