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Tag: She Roars

  • She Roars. We Record.

    The second round of Mudd Library hosting a Wikipedia Edit-a-thon focused on creating and editing Wikipedia articles relating to Women at Princeton.

  • “She Flourishes:” Chapters in the History of Princeton Women.

    Mudd Manuscript Library’s new exhibition features women at Princeton, from the days of Evelyn College (1887-1897), mainly attended by daughters of Princeton University and Princeton Theological Seminary professors, to the appointment of Shirley Tilghman as the first woman president of Princeton University in 2001. For the first time our exhibit is accompanied by historical film…