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Tag: South Africa

  • This Week in Princeton History for May 22-28

    In this week’s installment of our ongoing series bringing you the history of Princeton University and its faculty, students, and alumni, protesters are arrested at Nassau Hall, a professor urges Princetonians to buy Liberty Loan bonds, and more. May 22, 1949—Nassau Hall’s flag flies at half mast as a tribute to James V. Forrestal, a…

  • This Week in Princeton History for October 17-23

    In this week’s installment of our ongoing series bringing you the history of Princeton University and its faculty, students, and alumni, a junior is arrested for anti-censorship activism in South Africa, the school celebrates the 150th anniversary of its founding, and more. October 17, 1967—Bob Durkee ’69’s in-depth award-winning article, “A New Era for the Negro…