“Freeing yourself was one thing, claiming ownership of that freed self was another.” – Toni Morrison, Beloved...
by Katie DiFrancesco ’21
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By Emily De Jesus, Trenton Daily
Positive, prosperous, priceless, — three words that perfectly describe the Princeton University Preparatory Program and their community of young, driven scholars.
By Denise Valenti for the Office of Communications
The last math class Jazzmen Blackwell took before enlisting in the U.S. Navy was high school Algebra II. Now, at age 24 and ready to return to civilian life, she knows she needs to catch up with her studies and get back into an academic mindset.
By Jamie Saxon, Office of Communications
Heat in the living room. Street lights. Apartment buildings. How did the creature comforts of home and public life — from pubs and flush toilets to crime control and kitchen gardens — develop?