1962 An Undergraduate View of Princeton University

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www.princeton.edu 'From the Princeton University Archives: Staged instruction film for students participating in the Orange Key Guide Service, in which Charles W. Greenleaf '63, vice-president of the Keycept Program, discusses what distinguishes Princeton from other universities. The film includes extensive footage of faculty and campus. Subjects discussed are: Faculty and the preceptorial system, with professors John Turkevich, chemistry, and Eric Goldman, history (3:30); independent research projects, with professor D.C. Hazen, aeronautical engineering (6:52); research at Firestone Library (9:13); freshman advisers (11:30 and 13:44); the honor system (15:33); financial aid (17:23); dormitories (18:02); extracurricular activities and sports (19:30)./nFor more information or to comment on this video, visit the library's blog "The Reel Mudd." ‪http://blogs.princeton.edu/reelmudd‬

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