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Kim Worthington Oral History Collection on Nelson Mandela and South Africa, 2016

MC293 34 items
The collection consists of seventeen oral history interviews conducted by Kim Worthington, a graduate student in Princeton University's Department of History, as part of her research for her Ph.D. dissertation on the writings of and about Nelson Mandela.

First One Hundred Days Collection, 2017

AC456 3 boxes 1 folder 618 digital files 1 websites
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The First One Hundred Days Collection is a collation of protest material created by members of the Princeton University community in response to the administration of Donald J. Trump, the 45th President of the United States. This collection contains various posters, flyers, photographs, and digital files from the Princeton University community's participation in campus and national activism efforts.

Ivy Plus Libraries Confederation Records, 2016-2019

AC480 78 digital files
The Ivy Plus Libraries Confederation is a consortium of 13 academic libraries including Brown University, the University of Chicago, Columbia University, Cornell University, Dartmouth College, Duke University, Harvard University, Johns Hopkins University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the University of Pennsylvania, Princeton University, Stanford University, and Yale University. Key initiatives include the Borrow Direct Program and the IPLC Web Collecting Program. This collection includes administrative records kept by the Confederation for internal use, including charters, strategic plans, policy documentation, working group charges, program guides, annual reports, and minutes.
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Ivy Plus Libraries Confederation Records, 2016-2019

The Ivy Plus Libraries Confederation is a consortium of 13 academic libraries including Brown University, the University of Chicago, Columbia University, Cornell University, Dartmouth College, Duke University, Harvard University, Johns Hopkins University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the University of Pennsylvania, Princeton University, Stanford University, and Yale University. Key initiatives include the Borrow Direct Program and the IPLC Web Collecting Program. This collection includes administrative records kept by the Confederation for internal use, including charters, strategic plans, policy documentation, working group charges, program guides, annual reports, and minutes.
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Series 1: Ivy Plus Libraries Confederation, 2016 July 5-2019 June 25

The Ivy Plus Libraries Confederation Records collection is comprised of various IPLC administrative records, including missions of understanding, business and strategic plans, policies and approvals, program guides, initiative charters, reports, statistics, meeting minutes, group charges, and other similar documentation.

Department of Public Safety Records, 2016-2019

AC220 1 websites
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The Department of Public Safety is the primary department at Princeton University charged with creating a safe and secure environment. This collection consists of the Department's website.
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Series 1: Public Website, 2016-2019

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The website of the Department of Public Safety, which is intended to reach all members of the university community, provides basic tips for safety and security, information for emergency preparedness, and data gathered pursuant to the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act). Also found on the website are photographs, videos, and forms for providing requests or feedback.

Robert Socolow's Time Capsule for Climate Change, Freshman Seminar Collection, 2017-2021

AC410 3 box 6.42 linear feet (7 containers)
The FRS 151: Time Capsules for Climate Change course was a freshman seminar taught by Professor Robert Socolow. During the fall semester, freshmen thought about climate change and the impact on their futures. This collection consists of sealed folders for each class ontaining the term papers written by the students, reflections from the students and instructors, as well as a letter from Daniel J. Linke, University Archivist.

Princeton University Archives Collection on Princeton Wrestling, 2017

AC466 1 box
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This collection includes a video and a booklet produced by the Friends of Princeton Wrestling to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the 1966-1967 Ivy League Championship.

Princeton Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning, Intersex, Asexual (LGBTQIA) Oral History Project, 2017-2022

AC465 163 GB
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The LGBT Center supports and empowers lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, and asexual (LGBTQIA) students and employees by providing community-building, education, events and initiatives. During the summer, undergraduate and graduate students interview LGBTQIA alumni and current and former LGBTQIA staff and faculty to learn about their lives, particularly their experiences being LGBTQIA (out and not out) at Princeton, and their perceptions of the climate for LGBTQIA people at Princeton at different points in time.
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Acosta, Daniel (Class of 1988), 2017

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Acosta reflects on his childhood in Chicago and how he navigated his second generation Mexican-American identity. He discusses his arrival to Princeton and his involvement in Charter, the Aquinas Institute, and the Third World Center. He also speaks about the visibility of an "out" classmate, his refusal to experiment during the AIDs crisis, and how he learned about Gay life through books at Firestone Library. Finally, he reflects on how he came to terms with his identity and discrimination he received during and after his time at Princeton.
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Adams Medina, Rhonda (Class of 1987), 2017

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Adams discusses her familial and academic upbringing as racially discriminatory but largely affirming of her identity as a Black woman and her childhood perspective on LGBTQ identities. She explains her experience as an ally at a Gay at Princeton (GAP) meeting in the 1980s and reflects on the ways she used awareness of the group to better inform her RA work. Finally, she explains how she's continued to maintain her allyship throughout her personal life. Other topics include personal, formative college experiences like her long-term relationship with her boyfriend and her close proximity to a student death on campus.
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Aguayo, Alexander (Class of 2013), 2017

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Aguayo elaborates on his childhood Hispanic community and his experience coming out to his friends and family during high school. He speaks about exploring his gay identity at Princeton through his social network and an IvyQ conference. Aguayo also explains his work with the LGBT Center as an administrative assistant and later as a peer educator. Finally, he elaborates on his post-graduate studies in comparative literature and the process of explaining his identity to his Mexican parents.

Catherine Benedict Oral History Collection on Greek-Letter Organizations at Princeton, 2019-10-01-2020-03-31

AC484 7 GB
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Catherine Benedict Class of 2020 was a history major who conducted these interviews between 2019-2020 for their senior thesis: The Re-Emergence and Development of Greek-Letter Organizations at Princeton University, 1981-1991.

Black Lives Matter Demonstration Photographs, 2020

AC491 1 GB 203 digital files
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This collection consists of digital photographs documenting Black Lives Matter demonstrations held at Princeton University in June 2020, following the murders and killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbury, and other Black people across the United States in 2020.
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Covid-19 and Me Oral History Project Collection, 2020

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This project hoped to bring together narratives of how people experienced the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic through oral history interviews.
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Richard M. Waugaman (Class of 1970), 2020 July 24

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Richard Waugaman discusses his experiences at Princeton, including playing in the marching band, attending French club events, and majoring in philosophy. He also discusses being at Princeton during intense political activism, during which he attended a demonstration asking trustees to divest from South Africa, a walkout during a campus speech by Alabama Governor George Wallace, and an anti-war protest during his 1970 graduation ceremony. He shares his perspective on Princeton becoming coeducational during his senior year in 1969, his experience as an upperclassman in Wilson College compared to other students at eating clubs, and also the removal of President Woodrow Wilson's name from the College due to the President's racist policies. Richard also talks about being a psychiatrist during the pandemic, talking about how he transitioned to remote sessions and finds meaning by researching past pandemics like the 1348 Florence plague described in The Decameron. He also discusses his enjoyment of music and literature, particularly focusing on his intensive research into Shakespeare's identity and writings in which he has 90 academic publications. He also expresses enduring gratitude towards and connection with Princeton.