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I am grateful that Princeton is creating more opportunities and spaces for students to work alongside communities and fight for racial justice, while also learning about themselves and the world in the process.

- Natalie Tung ’18

co-founder and executive director of HomeWorks




Walking Through History

As part of a week of appreciation organized by the Office of the Vice President of Campus Life, more than 25 members of the Princeton University community took part in a walking tour to learn more about the history of the African American experience in the town of Princeton on June 9. Led by Fern and Larry Spruill, whose families have lived and…

Two Seniors Honored with Glickman Prize

On Class Day, two Princeton University seniors — Bethwel Kiplimo of Solai, Kenya and Grace Simmons of Blackwood, New Jersey — were honored with the Priscilla Glickman ’92 Memorial Prize. This honor is given…

Reflections for Your Summer Internship

Where are you? Who are you? What do you want? Princeton alumna Rachel Kasdin, of the Class of 2020, shares reflective words of wisdom to help Princeton University students about to embark on summer service internships prepare for their upcoming experiences in communities around the world. 

College Packs Project

The John H. Pace, Jr. '39 Center for Civic Engagement, Princeton University Athletics, and the Office of Community & Regional Affairs are partnering with the Smith Family Foundation, a…

Projects for Peace

Two Princeton University undergraduate students have been selected to receive $10,000 Projects for Peace grants to fund initiatives this summer. Sophomore Chioma Ugwonali will be returning to her home…


Virtual Documentary Night
Jun 26, 2022, 7:00 pm9:00 pm
Virtual Event

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