It’s cold in Princeton, New Jersey. Four stories to tell: What’s going on with Trump’s pick for ambassador to China? What was really going on when Bob Dylan got his Princeton degree in 1970? How do you rename a university building, and why should you? Finally, can a campus really be a sanctuary? This is WPRB News and Culture.
Photo: Princeton University Archives
Thanks to the Free Music Archive and David Szesztay for his songs “crime story,” “fishing,” and “The Hangover,” MindsEye for “After Burning B,” and Lobo Loco for “Let it snow.”
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