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Former Princeton basketball standouts Kareem Maddox ’11, pictured with ball, and Dan Mavraides ’11 helped their team, Ariel Slow & Steady, win the USA Basketball 3x3 National Championships. Read more about the tournament on the USA Basketball site.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Thomas McKay ’08, who is leading the criminal investigation of Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump’s longtime lawyer, has not shied away from criticizing the president’s statements about the investigation. — Bloomberg Politics

The experience of being a low-income student at Princeton inspired Haverford College Dean of Student Life Michael Martinez ’05 to spearhead a program to provide financial resources to low-income students for unexpected expenses. — The New York Times

Cathy Yan ’08 will become the first Asian American to direct a superhero film for the DC Universe; she was named the director for a Harley Quinn spinoff starring Margot Robbie. — Paste Magazine

Maureen Dowd profiled actor and author David Duchovny ’82, whose new book was inspired by a W.B. Yeats play. — The New York Times

McAfee CEO Christopher Young ’94 says the biggest cybersecurity threat today is cryptojacking, secretly using computers to mine cryptocurrency, which raises criminal-justice questions because nothing has been “stolen.” — Livemint

Former Facebook employee Elizabeth Linder ’07 explains how the Arab Spring influenced the company’s efforts in global politics and government outreach. — The Guardian 

President Trump nominated Dan Berkovitz ’78 to serve as a commissioner on the Commodity Futures Trading Commission. — The Wall Street Journal

In a recent opinion column, Kathy Kiely ’77 called upon President Trump to grant asylum to Emilio Gutierrez Soto, a Mexican journalist who fled Mexico after receiving death threats for exposing corruption. — USA Today

Architect Jimmie Tucker ’77 is the first African American recipient of the Francis Gassner Award, given to Memphis architects for their contributions to the community. — Commercial Appeal

Wisconsin’s chief investment officer, David Villa ’76, earned the Allocator Lifetime Achievement Award at Institutional Investor’s 2018 Hedge Fund Industry Awards for his management of Wisconsin’s public pension fund. — Institutional Investor

Harvard Law School Professor Intisar Rabb *09 received the Trailblazer Award from Massachusetts Black Lawyers Association at the organization’s 45th anniversary gala. — Harvard Law Today

Allan Jabri ’15,  Samuel Kim ’15, and Yessica Martinez ’15 were among 30 recipients of the 2018 Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans, a graduate-school fellowship awarded to immigrants and children of immigrants in the United States. — Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships

Jarrod Spector ’03 will star as Sonny Bono in The Cher Show, a play about the singer Cher, which will premiere on Broadway in December. — Philadelphia Inquirer

KPEL sportscaster Ian Auzenne ’10 and his co-host Brandon Comeaux were recognized with a regional award from the Associated Press for their broadcasts of high school football in Louisiana. — KPEL

University of California, Berkeley, biology professor Nipam Patel ’84 was named the director of the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, Mass., an affiliate of the University of Chicago. — UChicago News

Northland College in Ashland, Wis., named business leader and philanthropist Marvin Suomi ’75 as its 14th president. — Northland College

Economist Danny Quah ’80 was named dean of the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore. — The Straits Times

Congressional candidate Jessica Morse *10 describes her experience as a first-time candidate and how the 2017 Women’s March inspired her to run for office. — The Christian Science Monitor