Paulita Lara Mejia, Class of 2018
Students in the News
Princeton University emergency notifications get a new name: 'TigerAlert' .
The system that the University uses to alert students, faculty and staff to emergencies is getting a new name — TigerAlert. Previously, the emergency notifications were called "PTENS" messages, an abbreviation for the Princeton Telephone and Email Notification System. PTENS messages began with the words "Princeton Alert."
Princeton’s Vote 100 pledge encourages student civic engagement .
The Vote 100 initiative aims to get all undergraduates to pledge to vote and become more civically engaged.
'Startup immersion' places students at heart of new ventures .
The Princeton Start-up Immersion Program places undergraduates at early-stage companies and nonprofit ventures for summer internships in New York, Tel Aviv and — starting next year — Shanghai.
History Ph.D. student Schwartz: ‘War of the Worlds’ still resonates 80 years later .
A. Brad Schwartz, a Ph.D. student in Princeton’s Department of History and author of a book on Orson Welles' ‘War of the Worlds’ and fake news, talks about the 80th anniversary of Welles' scandalous radio prank.