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A Combustible Mix 

Maitland Jones, an emeritus professor of chemistry at Princeton, has thoughts about the state of teaching after his controversial dismissal from NYU  
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The Ball Is in His Court

Dan Porter ’88’s latest project, Overtime, is changing the way teens play and watch sports and perhaps upending an entire industry
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The Doctor Is On

Céline Gounder ’97, an infectious-disease specialist, moved into the spotlight during COVID — and remains there
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Coming Back

A Princeton education in the ‘new normal’
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Long Ago and Far Away

Princeton astronomers say a new telescope could answer their deepest questions about the early universe
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His Secret Life

Jeffrey Schevitz ’62 was a presence at alumni activities — and a Cold War spy for East Germany
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Watching the War

‘You feel helpless that these people you spent 30 years of your life with are facing the abyss,’ Earle says
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Follow the Data

Could a new approach to drug discovery lead to treatments for diseases like ALS and Parkinson’s?
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Opening Doors

Students with disabilities push for a more accessible campus

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