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The Undergraduate Student Government discussed appointments to the Undergraduate Honor Committee and Faculty-Student Committee on Discipline in their meeting on May 12.
Officers from the Department of Public Safety shut down a Mexican-themed party on Thursday night at which University students chanted, “Piñata!” and “Cinco de Mayo!”
Two former University presidents, Shirley Tilghman and Harold Shapiro GS ’64, joined University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 in a lecture on Thursday to reflect on their times leading the University and provide life lessons to the graduating class of 2017.
In a partnership between the Yearbook Agency and The Daily Princetonian, readers of the ‘Prince’ will soon be able to view animated video footage with selected news headlines in the print paper. The animations team of the Nassau Herald will produce the video, which will be able to be accessed via the Aurasma app.
With climate change becoming a more urgent issue, advocates on both sides of the aisle have begun to push President Donald Trump’s administration to address the topic. In a talk on Wednesday, James Baker ’52, who served as United State Secretary of State under former President George H.W. Bush, said that the carbon tax is a tool that both parties can back in the fight for sound environmental policy.
Where novels were once seen as a way to bring journalism to a larger audience, Sir Ahmad Salman Rushdie explained that it has since become more challenging to determine their role in an environment in which readers are less trusting of the news.
The Princeton men’s track and field team captured its 17th Outdoor Heps title at the 82nd annual Outdoor Heps Championships held May 6 and 7 at Yale. With an entire team effort, the Tigers edged out second-place Cornell 156 to 149 points for its fifth title in the past seven years. Penn was a distant third with 86 points.
Established in 2000 by a gift from University Charter Trustee Lloyd Costen ’50, the Princeton Society of Fellows in the Liberal Arts supports a class of several scholars for a period of three years, providing them with financial and intellectual support. The Society, which has been directed for the last eight years by English professor Susan Stewart, will continue next year under the directorship of history professor Michael Gordin, according to a University press release.
After qualifying 10 athletes for Day Two, the women’s track and field team finished in third place in the Ivy League Heptagonal Championship with 103 points.
President Trump signed an executive order on May 4 intended to weaken the Johnson Amendment, a provision in the 1954 Internal Revenue Code that is designed to prohibit nonprofit or 501(c)3 organizations from endorsing a political candidate. Named for former President and then-Senator Lyndon B. Johnson, the provision concerns organizations such as churches, charitable foundations, and universities.
Margaret Wright ’17 has been named the recipient of this year’s Martin A. Dale ’53 Fellowship, which enables an outstanding senior to pursue an independent project that widens his or her experience of the world and significantly enhances his or her intellectual development. Wright will spend the next year traveling across the country, primarily on foot, to interview the people she meets along the way and create “listening poems” from the words and phrases they use.
Where can you find a molecular biology major sharing research next to a French and Italian concentrator, both presenting posters in the same room as a computer scientist?
Centrist Emmanuel Macron won a sizable victory over far-right nationalist Marine Le Pen, according to current presidential vote counts from the French Interior Ministry. French citizens at the University reacted with relief to his victory.
One of the greatest remaining mysteries of the universe is the nature of so-called “dark matter.” First proposed by Lord Kelvin and Henri Poincaré in the early 20th century, dark matter, which is thought to account for nearly 85 percent of matter in the universe, has defied understanding ever since.
An Inside Higher Ed article published March 30, 2017, sparked some anxiety about students’ privacy on Handshake, the partnering recruitment platform for University Career Services and one of the fastest-growing talent-recruitment startups in the country.
Grey skies, chilly air, and even a few showers could not keep University students from flocking to see and hear spring 2017 Lawnparties artists at many of the eating clubs on Sunday.
Approximately 200 people gathered on Thursday to hear professor Charles Kane from the University of Pennsylvania discuss how quantum mechanics can enable electronic phases of matter to have both exotic and useful properties.
Local, contextualized solutions are needed to begin solving issues of educational inequity in America and abroad, Teach For America and Teach For All founder Wendy Kopp ’89 said in a lecture on Thursday.
“The world needs more inventors and more entrepreneurs and people who are going to change the world,” Eli Harari GS ’73 said.
Princeton Private Prison Divest has urged members of the University community to sign a petition in support of an open letter to the Board of Trustees, encouraging the Board to state that they will not invest in private prisons in the future.