Excerpt: One of America’s oldest universities, Princeton was established before the Union itself. It is nationally recognized as a bastion of academic excellence, due in part to its 11 National Humanities Medal recipients, 215 Rhodes Scholars, and 137 Marshall Scholars. Princeton graduates are proud of their alma mater’s history and its involvement during a pivotal battle of the American Revolution. Now, in an effort to preserve their storied institution, Princeton alumni are channeling that same revolutionary spirit to stand against orthodoxy on campus.
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