In this script, two college friends dream of the big time, muddle through rejection, and come away with TV’s top honor
By Mark F. Bernstein ’83
Hollywood loves a buddy story, so picture this:
Two bright college graduates set off for California in search of fame and fortune as screenwriters....
In the golden age of paleontology, Princetonians joined in the ‘Bone Wars’ to build a renowned collection — even if that sometimes meant academic hanky-panky
By W. Barksdale Maynard ’88
It’s been 20 years since Jurassic Park dazzled movie audiences with its lifelike, and sometimes terrifying, portrayal of dinosaurs. The film became...
Eisgruber raises grade-deflation questions, asks faculty members to review policy
By Jennifer Altmann
Just four months into his presidency, President Eisgruber ’83 has launched a re-examination of one of his predecessor’s most controversial ...
By Anna Azvolinsky *09
Asymmetry is beautiful We depict the heart as a symmetrical shape on Valentine’s Day cards, but the heart actually starts out in the developing...
Conference for grad alumni welcomes them back as full members of Princeton fold
By Carolyn Edelstein ’10 GS
About 1,000 graduate alumni and guests returned to campus Oct. 17–19 for a singular homecoming event in their honor: Princeton’s first conference...