In this week’s installment of our recurring series bringing you the history of Princeton University and its faculty, students, and alumni, a typing class is starting, reform-minded undergraduates organize, and more.
December 9, 1958—Registration is underway for an undergraduate typing course. For six dollars, students will learn how to type about 20-30 words per minute.
December 11, 1938—Several members of Princeton University’s faculty join with over 1,200 others to condemn Germany’s politicizing of science.
December 12, 1894—Students form a Civil Service Reform Club and Anti-Spoils League.
December 15, 1916—Princetonians plan to join in a mass protest of the deportation of civilians from Belgium at Carnegie Hall in New York.
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