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Imane Mabrouk, 2021 February 1
Collection Description & Creator Information
The Zoom Monologues Project was focused on documenting the more intimate thoughts of the Class of 2021. The Class asked a series of questions inspired by We're not Really Strangers and required students to record using Zoom.
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No materials were separated from this collection.
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This interview will open in 2032
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Imane Mabrouk; Class of 2021 Zoom Monologues, AC490, Princeton University Archives, Department of Special Collections, Princeton University Library
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