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  • This Week in Princeton History for May 29-June 4

    This Week in Princeton History for May 29-June 4

    In this week’s installment of our recurring series, students attempt to address the problem of “Shenanigagging,” a veteran proposes a memorial, and more. May 30, 1872—At a mass meeting called by the senior class, students discuss the problem of cheating on exams, then vote to condemn what is known in local slang as “Shenanigagging.” June…

  • Exhibition celebrates 50th anniversary of University Archives

    The richness and depth of the collections of the Princeton University Archives are the focus of “‘The Best Old Place of All’: Treasures From the Princeton University Archives,” a new exhibition at the Seeley G. Mudd Manuscript Library opening Friday, Feb. 20. The exhibition coincides with the yearlong celebration of the 50th anniversary of the…