Many faith traditions are represented among Princeton students, staff, and faculty2 min
The earlier women on Princeton's staff were servants, librarians, and health workers3 min
Since 1972, Princeton’s presidents have come from a greater variety of backgrounds3 min
Princeton has competed in intercollegiate sports since 18643 min
In 1891, Princeton awarded its first degree to an African American student3 min
Student activism helped create the residential college system that exists today2 min
The Graduate School began to admit women in 1961, eight years before the College did3 min
Jewish students have attended Princeton for over 200 years2 min
Until the 1970s, most LGBTQIA students kept their identities hidden3 min
Japanese students were the first Asian students to attend Princeton3 min
The first Native students attended Princeton in the 1700s3 min
Princeton's first Latin American student graduated in 18882 min
Please offer your feedback on this tour!30 s
Stories of “Firsts” at Princeton investigates the ways that cultural and identity groups are represented in the campus community, now and in the past. The tour describes the changing experiences of those who identify with a variety of backgrounds. The tour shares some overlap with other tours in the (In)Visible Princeton series, and offers insight into and resources on diversity of all kinds at Princeton today.
This tour route is accessible. A map of accessible routes on campus is available: http://bit.ly/AccessiblePrinceton.
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