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Enemies, Foreign and Domestic

Gen. Mark Milley ’80 enters the final days of his unprecedented tenure as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
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Calling All Tigers

These five alumni want to harness the power of the Princeton community to address sustainability issues
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What the Civil War Cost Princeton

A Northern school with Southern ties, the College suffered from on-campus strife, declines in enrollment, and student and alumni deaths
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The Giving Plea

Princeton is raising more money than ever, yet participation rates are declining. What gives when it comes to Annual Giving?
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‘It Put Steel In My Spine’

They were isolated and harassed. They were nurtured and supported. They were Princeton’s first four-year undergraduate class of women.
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The Voice of the P-rade

Since 2019, Gary King ’79 has engaged and delighted as narrator of the signature Reunions event
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One Jew’s Journey

Rabbi Gil Steinlauf ’91 returned to Princeton last year to lead the Center for Jewish Life. He found big changes — and big challenges
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Past and President

Christopher Eisgruber ’83 answers your questions (and ours) on his 10 years at Nassau Hall
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Growing Green

Influenced by their time at Princeton, these eight alumni are working to address climate change
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The D Word

How a broad coalition of students and alumni have built Divest Princeton into a sustainable and influential climate activist group
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Humans as Nature

Princetonians in the environmental humanities add new dimensions to climate research
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Call It Climate Challenge

Some of the smartest, most dedicated people in the world are trying to tackle the warming planet

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