History of Princeton University

The history of Princeton University spans 266 years since it was founded in 1746. Princeton University has produced many notable scholars and scientists, including several Nobel laureates, most recently economist Paul Krugman.

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... presidents studied at Princeton as undergraduates ... Wilson also served as president of Princeton from 1902 to 1910 ... Kennedy began his studies at Princeton in the fall of 1935 until a period of illness precipitated his withdrawal from the university and eventual transfer to Harvard University ...

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