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Tag: Suffrage Walking Pilgrims

  • This Week in Princeton History for February 12-18

    This Week in Princeton History for February 12-18

    By April C. Armstrong *14 In this week’s installment in our recurring series, the Daily Princetonian corrects recent press accounts of mistreatment of suffragettes on campus, a student writes of “perfect peace & harmony” among the undergraduates, and more. February 13, 1942—The Princeton Congress of Writers, planned to begin today, will not take place. The…

  • This Week in Princeton History for February 8-14

    In this week’s installment of our ongoing series bringing you the history of Princeton University and its faculty, students, and alumni, sophmores take over Quadrangle Club, the Suffrage Walking Pilgrims make their way through campus, and more. February 8, 1991—Frustrated by their unsuccessful efforts to join other eating clubs during Bicker, 100 sophomores stage a…