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President Trump noted on Twitter today that the University’s Annual Giving campaign has had its most successful year yet. He also appeared to take some credit for alumni donations through this campaign, and promised there was “MUCH MORE TO COME!!”
In a move that few expected, President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 announced that from Jan. 32 onwards, the U.S. Congress will be owned by the University and will operate as a branch of the University.
On Thursday, Dec. 21, President Trump presented U.S. Army First Lieutenant Victor Prato ’15 with the Purple Heart. Trump visited Prato at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Md., where Prato is receiving treatment for his injuries. Prato, an airborne engineer, was seriously injured on Monday, Nov. 13, while deployed in Afghanistan when his convoy was struck by an improvised explosive device. He has been serving in the U.S. Army for two years, and served as a cadet in Princeton’s Reserve Officers’ Training Corps program.
With the start of this semester, we, the editors of The Daily Princetonian, welcome applications for our Opinion pages. From first-year students starting their second week of classes to graduate students nearing a dissertation, all voices matter to us, and we want to hear from you.
Trump may end DACA as early as Sept. 1. We urge Trump not to end DACA without a suitable, compassionate, and permanent replacement and the University to bring DACA students back to campus before the Sept. 5 deadline imposed by the group of attorneys general who have threatened to sue the Trump administration. Let’s live up to our motto — “Princeton in the nation’s service and the service of humanity.”
Your catHopes and dreamsExpectationsA snakePleasure readingA desire for moist chickenA keychain for your room keyYour egoYour EggosMelatoninYour SAT scores - also AP, IB, ACTYour microwaveCoins for the laundry machinesEye dropsA distaste for the color orangeThe pre-read A printer High school apparelA boomerang, or other utterly impractical items from your home countryA weak liverT-shirts (you’ll get enough for free)Daddy’s trust fund moneyDignityMost species of bedbugsBoat shoes (why would you want to fit in, anyways?)Canada Goose JacketAn aversion to ice cream (it’s everywhere)A watch (you’ll never have enough time anyway)Sunglasses (like T-shirts, you’ll get a bunch of them for free)A framed portrait of Ted CruzTed CruzA healthy appetite for free foodYour health*This piece provides satirical advice for moving to Princeton.
C-SPAN released its third annual survey by historians of presidential leadership. The survey polled 91 historians, include three University historians, to rank the “43 former occupants of the White House on ten attributes of leadership,” according to a press release from Media Relations Specialist Robin Newton.University affiliates who participated include Politics Professor emeritus Fred Greenstein, author and Edwards Professor of American History, emeritus Nell Irvin Painter, and George Henry Davis 1866 Professor of American History, and Professor of History Sean Wilentz.
The February 13, 2017 finale of NBC’s “The Celebrity Apprentice” crowned doctor-turned-standup comedian Matt Iseman ’93 the program's latest winner by host Arnold Schwarzenegger. Iseman beat out singer Boy George.
After former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn’s surprise resignation Feb. 13, three names have come under consideration for his replacement, including retired general and former CIA director David Petraeus MPA ’85 Ph.D ’87.
A student participant in the Black Justice League demonstrations sent President Christopher Eisgruber ’83, with the University trustees cc’d, a letter titled “On Woodrow Wilson, Trump, and White Supremacy.” The student wrote the letter after Yale President Peter Salovey decided to change the name of Calhoun College to honor Grace Murray Hopper after controversy over the college’s name.
Yale University decided to change the name of the controversial Calhoun College after a report was published from the Yale’s new Committee to Establish Principles on Renaming, and after years of debate and protest on its campus, according to press release from Yale.
In an email to most sophomores and to the residential college listservs, Kyle Berlin ’18 announced St.
Trump’s attorney, Matthew Blackett, said in a statement that Tarpley had agreed to retract the blog post and apologize to the Trump family. Blackett added that Tarpley had also agreed to pay Mrs. Trump a “substantial sum."
The University’s new Rutgers-Princeton Center for Computational Cognitive Neuropsychiatry will use computational modeling to understand psychiatric diseases, according to a University press release.
University students have found themselves terrorized in the past few days by rabid squirrels. The animals appear to be infected with a rare strain of rabies that makes them more intelligent in addition to becoming ferocious, growing to the size of dogs, and frothing at the mouth.“I walked into my room and found one of them sitting at my desk.
A recent study conducted by researchers in the University's Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology found that buffalo from Buffalo intimidate — and even assault — buffalo from Buffalo.The study, entitled "Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo," suggests that buffaloes in the wildlife intimidate and assault each other, just as humans do.
University President Christopher Eisgruber '83 will complete the Prospect 11 by the conclusion of 2017, according to his bucket list obtained by The Daily Princetonian.