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A Ritchie Boy

Before Victor Brombert became a beloved Princeton professor, he journeyed home to war in Europe
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The Color of Classics

A discipline focused on the ancient world faces a contemporary racial reckoning
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Hire the Tiger

Thanks to COVID, it’s not business as usual for job-hunting graduates
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The Toolmaker’s Mind

Clifford Brangwynne marries engineering and biology in a quest to understand the inner workings of the cell
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The Texan in Washington

James A. Baker III ’52 reflects on his party, his country, and that tattoo on a famous friend’s derrière
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Einstein at Princeton

A century ago, the world’s best-known scientist brought his relativity theory to McCosh
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Finding Her Voice

Assaulted and then silenced, this alum is writing her own story
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Why We Need Civics

Is a lack of civic education partly to blame for our national distress?

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