George Kennan (Princeton ’25) at right and fellow alum Adlai Stevenson (Princeton ’22) flank Marshall Tito of Yugoslavia, c. 1962.

Last semester, while his left hand was organizing “Buried Treasure,” a display of memorabilia from the Moravian College archives, the right hand of archivist John Weeren was working on an exhibit of the papers of George Kennan, displayed at Princeton University’s Firestone Library.

The exhibit celebrates the centenary of this American statesman, who was a Princeton grad, Class of 1925. It opened November 9 and runs through April 18.

January 6, 2004

Global Visions:
A special issue of InCommon devoted to international study.

Machu Picchu:
Prize-winning photo in International Studies competition.

Bailar, Comer, Reir:
Fiesta Latina celebrates Hispanic heritage.

Innocence Abroad:
Foreign study opportunities.

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Faculty/staff/student accomplishments.
Moravian archivist curates an exhibit of George Kennan's papers at Princeton.