Randy Schoenberg ’88 helped a friend recover a famous painting that had been looted by the Nazis. Now Schoenberg’s story is told onscreen.
By Zachary Pincus-Roth ’02
THE FIRST TIME he was in Berlin, E. Randol Schoenberg ’88 was a junior at Princeton, spending six months studying math and German. It was 1987, two years before the wall dividing East from West would fall. The Brandenburg Gate was impenetrable,...
At issue: Protecting free speech while providing a welcoming environment
By Allie Wenner; Takim Williams ’16 contributed to this story.
Princetonians in early April found themselves debating how to live by values that seem essential to the life of a university but can come into...
Recent discoveries shed light on our great totem
By W. Barksdale Maynard ’88
Thousands of Princeton alumni at Reunions this month will barely notice it as they walk by: the iron cannon, half-buried 175 years ago behind...
Vigorous campaigns by both sides
By Matthew Silberman ’17
After a three-day voting period, undergraduate students last month rejected a call for the University to divest from companies that are “complicit...
Bringing the world of art to the public in Los Angeles
By Elizabeth Landau ’06
After graduating from Princeton with a degree in art history, Bettina Korek ’00 took a job at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) and...
By Brian Geiger ’16
LGBT students speaking on a panel at Princeton April 11 said they were content with most aspects of life on campus. The panel was part of a daylong...
An alumnus and his wife have donated $10 MILLION FOR A NEW MUSIC BUILDING that is under construction as part of the University’s arts and transit ...
Tracy K. Smith wrestles with race and religion in a memoir of her childhood
By Jennifer Altmann
For most of her career as a poet, Tracy K. Smith has not written much about being African American. But in her new memoir, Ordinary Light, she says...