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Why Princeton was spared

The University lost no one in the deadly 1918 flu pandemic, providing lessons to consider 90 years later
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Brain food

Courses on cuisine bring serious issues to the table
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Food with thought

For members of Slow Food Princeton, taste isn’t the only consideration
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Portraits of purpose

Now together for Obama s’85, black alumni in Chicago have leading roles in the life of their city
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Never Again?

As Gary Bass shows, debates over humanitarian intervention aren’t new
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Two brothers, two paths

Gabe Legendy ’05, left, and his brother Conrad ’07 felt called to the Army during a time of war — but then their plans diverged.
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Rethinking Reagan

Liberal historian Sean Wilentz still disagrees with the conservative president, but gives credit where it’s due
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Bearing Witness

On a journey to the Arctic, alumni get a firsthand look at climate change
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Marking time

Combining history and archaeology, these Princeton scholars reconstruct daily life in the fields of Turkey
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The Brutus of the conspiracy

Woodrow Wilson and John Grier Hibben each won Princeton’s presidency, but a bitter dispute over the University’s future destroyed their friendship
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Dateline: Turkey

PAW associate editor Brett Tomlinson’s video and slideshow of a Princeton professor’s archaeological survey.

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