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Mudd in the News

Since the start of the year, the Mudd Manuscript Library has been featured in a number of campus news stories, and here is a listing, link, and description for each of them:

Mudd Manuscript Library Online Exhibits

(Link to Mudd’s Online Exhibitions)

There Are Roses Too

(Daily Princetonian column advises readers of what makes Princeton unique)

Robert F. Goheen, 16th President Of Princeton, Dies At Age 88; Service Set For April 27

(Mentions interviews with President Goheen held at Mudd)

U. Releases Obama ’85’s Senior Thesis

(Notes that Mudd is the repository for all theses submitted by seniors graduating from Princeton University.)

Archives Exhibition Documents Princeton’s Transformation

(Details Mudd’s current Reunions-themed exhibit: “The Times They Are a Changin’”. The exhibit captures the changes Princeton underwent from 1958-1983.)

Princeton’s Changing Times

(More about Mudd’s current exhibit: “The Times They Are a Changin’”)

Illuminating Lives: Berg Researches Wilson Biography While Teaching ‘Life Writing’

(Feature about Pulitzer Prize winning biographer A. Scott Berg ‘1971, who conducted research at Mudd for his upcoming biography on Woodrow Wilson)

By The Numbers

(Information about Mudd’s completed Economics Papers processing project.)

CIA Releases Classified Files Of Former Director

(Notes that 8,000 pages of documents relating to Allen Dulles, Class of 1914, are now available on the Mudd web site.)

Princeton Life Lists

(Scott Berg emphasizes the value of holding an original manuscript like those at Mudd)

Compiled by John DeLooper

May 2008

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