Paulita Lara Mejia, Class of 2018
Students in the News
Senior Cole Morokhovich’s unexpected path to studying what hummingbirds could tell us about climate change .
Cole Morokhovich chose to concentrate in ecology and evolutionary biology after a Princeton Environmental Institute summer internship studying the effects of climate change on the behavior of broad-tailed hummingbirds in the Rocky Mountains.?
'This America' by historian Jill Lepore selected for Princeton Pre-read .
President Christopher L. Eisgruber is asking Princeton’s incoming class to explore the concept of the nation, American civil ideals, and historical truth-seeking in his selection for this year’s Pre-read, “This America: The Case for the Nation,” by historian Jill Lepore.
Making meaning of the pandemic ‘through the lens of literature’ .
The literary texts students are exploring in the spring course "Literature and Medicine" are also helping them grapple with the current pandemic.
‘We Roar’: Like any poison, the coronavirus is deadlier with higher doses .
Catching COVID-19 isn’t all-or-nothing, says immunologist Caroline Bartman. Like poison, a high dose of virus can kill while a low “viral dose” may cause mild infections.?