Thousands of alumni will arrive on Princeton’s campus for Reunions weekend, May 28–31. The events-packed weekend features alumni-faculty forums on topics including “50 Years Since the Voting Rights Act,” “The Crisis in American Public Education,” and “Journalism in the Age of Smartphones.” President Eisgruber ’83 will address alumni Saturday at 10:30 a.m. in Richardson Auditorium. The 25th-reunion Class of 1990 will lead the P-rade, which starts Saturday at 2 p.m.
View the full schedule at alumni.princeton.edu/goinback/reunions/
PAW and the Council of the Humanities’ Ferris Journalism Seminars will host “Presidential Politics: The Road to 2016” at 10:30 a.m. Friday in McCosh 28. Moderated by Joel Achenbach ’82, a reporter for The Washington Post, the panel will include Nancy Cordes *99, congressional correspondent for CBS News; Marc Fisher ’80, senior editor for The Washington Post; Richard Just ’01, editor of National Journal magazine; Kathy Kiely ’77, Washington news director for Bloomberg Politics; Sandra Sobieraj Westfall ’89, Washington bureau chief for People; Joe Stephens, Washington Post reporter and Ferris professor in residence; and Marilyn Thompson, deputy editor of Politico. Several panelists were Ferris professors.
Reuners can access the schedule and other information on smartphones at m.princeton.edu/reunions.