In this week’s installment of our ongoing series bringing you the history of Princeton University and its faculty, students, and alumni, Dod Hall opens, Albert Einstein attends the first Jewish services on campus, and more.
January 9, 1891—The Daily Princetonian reports that Dod Hall has opened.
January 10, 1947—The first Jewish services are held on the Princeton University campus. Albert Einstein attends.
January 11, 1969—The Board of Trustees approves the change from male-only undergraduate admissions to make Princeton fully coeducational.
January 12, 1942—The faculty approve a new program in American Civilization (later renamed American Studies).
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