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A New Look for the “Mudd Blog”

You may have noticed that we’ve spruced things up around here this week, but rest assured: Everything you loved about the “Mudd blog” will still have a place in our blogosphere. After all these years since we first announced our presence here in 2007, we were simply overdue for some redecorating.

Two men pushing a cart full of archival boxes while another looks on
Moving in to Mudd Library, 1976. Historical Photograph Collection, Grounds and Buildings Series (AC111), Box MP61, Image No. 2366.

There will still be stories about Princeton University history at this redesigned and newly renamed University Archives blog, while our highlights from the Public Policy Papers will soon be found on a site we will be telling you more about in the coming weeks.

For more more details on the online presence of all of Princeton University Library’s Special Collections, check out our About Us page. Meanwhile, if you haven’t done so already, you can also subscribe to this blog to never miss another post.

See you again on Monday with our next installment of This Week in Princeton History, and in the near future with more in-depth looks at Princeton’s past. To our old friends and new acquaintances, thanks for making the past 15 years of “digging in the Mudd” such a pleasure.

3 responses to “A New Look for the “Mudd Blog””

  1. Congratulations on the redesign and renaming of the University Archives blog. It’s always refreshing to see a new and improved version of a platform that has existed for over a decade. The new design looks clean and easy to navigate, making it enjoyable for readers to engage with the content. I am excited to read more about Princeton University’s history and hear more about what the new site will bring for the Public Policy Papers. Can you tell us more about what readers can expect from the upcoming site for the Public Policy Papers?

    • We look forward to sharing more about where you can learn about the Public Policy Papers in the near future. Meanwhile, we do not intend to take down existing blog posts that concern the Public Policy Papers on this site at this time. Thanks for reading!

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