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The Undergraduate Student Government discussed findings from the Year-End Assessment Survey about Diversity and Equity, updates concerning the Campus and Community Affairs and University Student Life Committees, and various budget requests during its weekly meeting on Dec. 9.
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Milley is a four-star general who has served as Army Chief of Staff since August 2015. He will succeed Marine Corps General Joseph Dunford, whose term as Chairman of the JCS will end in 2019 fall.
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Director of the Chabad House Rabbi Eitan Webb explained that he has been working on trying to host a fully kosher Jewish event at Prospect House for “over a decade.”
“I’m very excited and honored to have been elected,” Murphy said. “I want to thank the 142nd board before me for a fantastic job that they did in setting me up for what I think will be a successful tenure as editor-in-chief.”
Zarnab Virk ’20 will go into USG presidential run-off elections with a four-vote lead over her opponent, Nate Lambert ’20.
According to the statement, the suspect was described as a white male, who was approximately five feet eight inches tall, had a medium build, and wore a dark-colored hoodie. The reporting person also said that the male’s genitals were exposed.
The Princeton University Preparatory Program (PUPP), founded in 2001, has helped approximately 400 low-income students in New Jersey gain admission to universities like Princeton, Columbia University, or Stanford. A tuition-free program sponsored by the Office of the Dean of the College, PUPP provides academic guidance and advising in the college application process for high schoolers.
“Stop telling your students to Google things,” said Dr. Safiya Noble, a professor at UCLA and the University of Southern California. She is a leading expert on how search engines control the flow of information.
Earlier today, Charter Club’s menorah was discovered broken in the great room fireplace. The menorah had previously stood on a table in the club’s front atrium. Officers think the incident occurred sometime after 2 a.m. this morning. The incident is currently under investigation.
A longstanding University policy limiting Uber, Lyft, and taxi access to campus is now being enforced, affecting countless students, staff, and faculty who rely on these ride services. The change will prevent transportation services from entering campus between the Elm Drive kiosks.
With only 52 current members, Charter Club has the smallest membership of any sign-in eating club. According to Charter president Conor O’Brien ’19, this has propelled rumors that the club may be on its way out.
Turning Point USA is a political organization that advocates for issues related to personal liberty, ranging from free speech to gun control. The University chapter has been met with both support and pushback from students.
In a statement Wednesday, the University announced that the seventh residential college on campus will be named Perelman College in honor of the Perelman family.
Starting next February, students working on campus will be able to earn paid sick leave under the New Jersey Sick Leave Act.
As part of the Bait Bikes Program, Public Safety will provide registered bike riders with stickers that say “This Could Be a Bait Bike: Think Before You Steal” so potential thieves will not know which bikes are being tracked.
Princeton University faculty members Rebecca Burdine and Elke Weber have been named the 2018 fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). They will be honored on Feb. 16 at the 2019 AAAS Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C.
Whitman began by addressing the “norms” that have defined principles of American government and the Constitution throughout U.S. history. She then discussed the significance of several institutions and principles that she believes are particularly relevant in current-day politics, such as freedom of the press, the emoluments clause of the Constitution, and the loopholes in the Code of Ethics of Government Service.
On Monday, Dec. 3, SHARE and the local advocacy group Womanspace put together the 17th annual Community of Light Event, placing lit candles along Nassau Street, Washington Road, and Prospect Avenue in the name of assault and harassment awareness. It was the largest Community of Light event in Mercer County.
On Nov. 10, Ans Nawaz ’21 sent an email to the Butler Buzz listserv with the subject line, “PSA: Stop Leaving Literal Sh*t!” The body of the email lambasted the person responsible for defecating in the third floor kitchen of 1976 Hall and implored them to take their bowel movements to a more appropriate locale.
A team at Microsoft Research called the Biological Computation group will collaborate with Bonnie Bassler, the Squibb Professor in Molecular Biology and chair of the Department of Molecular Biology, and Ned Wingreen, the Howard A. Prior Professor in the Life Sciences and professor of molecular biology.