Tag: Vietnam

  • This Week in Princeton History for May 9-15

    In this week’s installment of our recurring series, Lyndon B. Johnson asks Princeton intellectuals to “cool it,” students mourn the death of a classmate, and more. May 9, 1807—The New York Weekly Inspector identifies the recent rebellion at Princeton as part of larger trends in American society: The conduct of students on this occasion, although […]

  • Bronze Memorial Stars

    Dear Mr. Mudd: What is the origin of the stars on Princeton University buildings? Is there any database listing the location of each star? The bronze stars on window sills of Princeton University dormitories commemorate the University’s students and alumni who died in World War I, World War II, the Korean War, and in the […]