“I’ve literally been playing all morning,” remarks Emily Aronson, campus life writer in Princeton University’s Office of Communications. Seated at a tiny craft table in a classroom that has just been emptied of toddlers who had been shepherded outside for recess, Aronson finally has a moment to catch her breath.
“Chances are if something wrong is happening to one person, it’s happening to others in the same environment,” said Mark Hopkins, an activist and organizer speaking at one of three Grassroot Organizing 101 workshops held this past fall.
In this monthly Q&A series we aim to highlight the projects and contributions of those in the Princeton community, including faculty, students, and staff, that engage with service in unique ways. This month, we spoke to Jeremy Darrington, a Politics Librarian at...
"My service work on campus has focused on working with other students to reshape our Princeton education both in terms of who are seen as its ‘experts’ and what our education should be in the pursuit of,” said Emma Coley '20, recipient of the 2019 A. James Fisher, Jr. Memorial Award. Given in honor of A. James Fisher, Jr.
Roberto Hernandez, director of El Centro, “is kind, and humble, no doubt, but he is no roll-over,” according to Dave Brown, associate director of the John H. Pace, Jr. '39 Center for Civic Engagement.
For Ruth Ochs, music has always been a connective force; a force she has used to build community on an off Princeton’s campus. In recognition of this work, Dr.
It might come as a surprise given the impact Anna Stilz has already had at Princeton University, but according to her, service is something that “snuck up on me.” Stilz, director of the undergraduate certificate program in values and public life and the Laurance S....
In 1969 seven Princeton University undergraduate students moved off campus to live and connect with the Princeton community.