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As Princeton Grows, So Do Campus Dining Choices

As the University serves 1.4 million meals, choices are growing, but some initiatives haven’t returned
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The Calm After the Storm

Former Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch ’80 reflects on her moment of decision
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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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Guest Essay: We’re Calling on Princeton to Do More to Fight Antisemitism on Campus

More than 1,800 alumni, students, faculty, and staff have signed a letter outlining steps the University should take
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Newsmakers Q&A: Elizabeth Winkler ’11 Dissects the Furor Over Shakespeare’s ID

Winkler asks: Why does a question about the authorship of 400-year-old plays get people so riled up?
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Surfing to Take Away the Suffering

Jason Kutch ’01 is studying the neuroscience of chronic pain and finding new ways to manage his own condition
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Freddy Fox goes to war

How a favorite son took his ­talent for ­theater to the ­battlefields of Europe