Staff in the News
Laugh, cry, click, share: Princeton virtual theater experience aims to disrupt stigma around mental illness .
“The Manic Monologues” captures true stories, performed by professional actors; pre-recorded conversations with Princeton students, experts and activists; and mental health resources.
Princeton hosts Black History Month events that connect, educate and celebrate .
In recognition of Black History Month, Princeton University will host virtual conversations, classes, exhibits and educational resources that recognize the lives and achievements of Black people in the context of the University's and the country’s history.
Community Advocates Program promotes public health expectations on campus .
The University has launched a new Community Advocates Program (CAP) to promote wellbeing on campus and reinforce public health expectations for the spring semester.
A Zoom with a view: Wintersession offers a virtual journey from the kitchen to Hollywood .
The University's inaugural Wintersession brought the Princeton University community together for a vibrant, two-week experience featuring more than 300 workshops and events that offered unexpected, active and intriguing non-graded learning and growth opportunities.