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Look for vintage clothes for Barbie from the1960s and you’ll find more ensembles that can fit in the closets in her dream house. Search for reviews of the pioneering novels about the girl who is the living doll and you’ll …
This is the second installment of a two-part series on the Church at Princeton. The first appeared last week. By Christina Cho ’24 Last week, I covered the life of Najib Nicholas Khuri ’82, founder of The Church at Princeton (TCAP).
Going on an adventure? Might want to grab an extra bottle of Tylenol before you step off the Shire! We tested the "Lord of the Rings: Shadows Over Middle-earth" escape room by Exit the Game...and it didn't quite work out for our merry gang!
In this week’s installment of our recurring series, a crime against a young alum draws national attention, an activist lambastes Princeton students, and more. July 10, 1993—At Fort Bragg, Lt. Lisa Bryant ’93 turns down multiple invitations to dance with Sgt.
Before the dog days bring on the summertime blues, let Cotsen transport you back to the simple pleasures of a nineteenth-century summer that were celebrated in English and American toy books (well, seaside vacations were probably not so simple for …
In the spring of 1982, Najib Nicholas Khuri—then a senior in the Slavic Studies department—decided to skip his final exams and consequently failed to graduate from Princeton. Khuri wasn’t alone.
No blog post today, but we’ll be back on Tuesday July 11th! Happy July 4th everyone!
In this week’s installment of our recurring series, Princeton is transformed into a national capitol, Aaron Burr’s grave makes the news, and more.
What do you think...is this too much pink? Display alllllll your fabulous frills with a delicious donut float, then join a march around the library. Today, we're celebrating frosting, filling, glaze, and sprinkles. And yes, we have parade footage!
In this week’s installment of our recurring series, more than half of the graduating class is missing, Ulysses S. Grant is on campus, and more.
There is always room for one more list of outstanding children’s books. A hundred is the usual cut-off for an ambitious survey, large enough to be comprehensive while giving the pundit some wiggle room for individuality. Whether assembled by an …
Our exhibit “They’ve Got Game: The Children’s Books of Toni & Slade Morrison,” wrapped this spring, and we've had such an amazing time making connections to these extraordinary books.
In this week’s installment of our recurring series, a young alum succumbs to cancer, a Londoner seeks to donate to a fledgling North American college, and more. June 20, 1967—Former athlete Daniel M. Sachs ’60 dies of cancer at the age of 28.
Princeton is fortunate to own what are the only recorded marked-up proof pages from one of the most famous illustrated engraved books of eighteenth-century England, commonly known as Pine’s Horace published in London, 1733-1737. [For full details about Pine’s Horace … <
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