James A. Baker III ’52: A Tribute to George Shultz ’42 first appeared in the December 2021 issue of the Princeton Alumni Weekly.
James A. Baker III ’52: A Tribute to George Shultz ’42
The Rankings Mishegoss
"The Rankings Mishegoss" was originally published in the November 2021 edition of the Princeton Alumni Weekly.
Princeton has again topped the U.S. News & World Report’s rankings, and alumni are sending me congratulatory e-mails.
President’s Blog: An Update on the Princeton Alumni Weekly
For more than a century, the Princeton Alumni Weekly – a publication for and by alumni – has played an important and unique role in connecting alumni to one another and to our alma mater. While founded as a fully independent magazine, PAW has been a University department for more than 20 years.
Opening Exercises 2021: "Milimeters"
Letter from President Eisgruber and Other Leaders of New Jersey Colleges and Universities to New Jersey Congressional Delegation Regarding Doubling Pell Grants
September 22, 2021
To the New Jersey Congressional Delegation
Dear Members of Congress:
The President's Blog
Opening Exercises Address 2021
President’s Blog: Welcome Back to Campus
The beginning of a new academic year always brings fresh energy, and I feel especially excited to welcome you back to Princeton this month. In-person teaching, research, and scholarship are the heart of Princeton’s educational mission. Our people and our community are, first and foremost, what make this University a special place.
President’s Blog: #DoublePell
One of my highest priorities is to increase the number of low-income and middle-income students getting college degrees, both at Princeton and nationally. A college education is a rocket-booster for these tremendous young people, who for too long have been underrepresented at Old Nassau and many of our peers. We need their talent on our campus...
President’s Blog: The Urgent Need for Action on Behalf of Dreamers
Two years ago, in November 2019, I stood on the steps of the United States Supreme Court alongside our alumna María Perales Sánchez ’18, Princeton’s general counsel Ramona Romero, and Microsoft’s president,...