This Week in Princeton History for September 20-26

In this week’s installment of our recurring series, residents of Baker Rink are asked to notify the Prince of their bunk numbers for subscription deliveries, Americans are questioning Princeton’s decision to hold a funeral for Aaron Burr, and more.

September 21, 1999—Peter Singer’s first day of teaching is marked by protest, as 14 demonstrators are arrested and dragged away from Nassau Hall after blocking its entrances for two hours.

Clipping from the Daily Princetonian.

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