Alumni in the News
‘Nothing is mandatory, nothing is graded’: What we learned at Wintersession .
From snow sports to bio-inspired engineering to insights from Olympian Allyson Felix, journalist Kara Swisher and ‘Morning Joe’ Scarborough, the Princeton community explored new ideas in the spirit of discovery.
A Year in Review: 2021 .
Our video looks back on a year like no other, as students returned to campus and the Princeton community found new ways to enjoy moments of connection and celebration.
Humble lizards offer new possibilities for artificial lungs .
A new study from Princeton University shows how the brown anole lizard solves one of nature’s most complex problems — breathing — with elegant simplicity, providing new inspiration for engineers designing advanced biotechnologies.
Princeton's Nobel laureates for 2021 receive their medals in celebrations around the world .
The Princeton community's five Nobel laureates — Syukuro Manabe, David MacMillan, Joshua Angrist, David Card and Maria Ressa — were honored in a weeklong series of events, capped by a gala broadcast from Stockholm.