Amid questioning, covering, and fear, gay students in the ’50s and ’60s found friendship and even love
By Richard Just ’01
Midway through his sophomore year, Peter Gray ’60 got lucky in his choice of friends. He had found himself growing closer to one of his classmates....
Can Princeton professors help to prevent such damage from future storms?
By Anna Azvolinsky *09
Along New Jersey’s Route 37, the traffic begins to thin out and the police checkpoints become more frequent as you approach the bridge linking the...
By Joseph Sapia
When it comes to Princeton departments of study, computer science is a new kid on the block — before 1985, it was part of electrical engineering....
Clifford Nass ’81 *86
By Katherine Federici Greenwood
While walking through the Stanford dorm where he is a resident fellow, Professor Clifford Nass ’81 *86 stopped to chat with a student who was...
By Jennifer Altmann
“We make chocolate.” That’s the mission of a new Princeton club, grandly named the Institute for Chocolate Studies. President Greg Owen ’15...
Surprising forces that shape behavior
By Louis Jacobson ’92
Having lived in South Africa and Australia before settling in the United States, Adam Alter *09 adopted the mannerisms and assumptions of each...