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Myesha Jemison ’18 is one of six new trustees recently elected to the Board of Trustees. She is joined by Joshua Bolten ’76, Kimberly Johnson ’95, Marco Tablada ’93, Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo ’87, and Craig Robinson ’83. According to Jemison and Bolten, the diversity of the newest cohort of trustees means they're well-equipped to guide and support the University's goals.
An innovator in the world of vaccines, Mahmoud was known for his focus on saving lives and his consistent empathy. After creating better and more widely available vaccines as the president of Merck Vaccines and Case Western Reserve University’s department of medicine, Mahmoud would go on to join the University community as a professor, brightening the days of colleagues and students alike.
“Lack of integrity has real, live consequences,” Eduardo Bhatia ’86 said. “In such an environment, we need to wake up and confront a culture of lies. There is no time to waste. The voices of reason, honor, integrity, and honesty need to be heard.”
Significant administrative changes such as certificate opportunities, calendar reform, and student advocacy on issues such as honor code reform will leave a lasting legacy for future students.
“Walk into every room, go to every place, and embrace the world with your spirit and your truth,” said Senator Cory Booker said. “If you do that, if you live that way, if you strut like you are powerful then I promise you that generations yet unborn will know of your light and your love.”
Although unwilling to discuss specific investigative techniques, Sutter said that the Princeton Police Department is talking to people and questioning people in the area. Sutter said the Police Department is open to receiving any information members of the public may have.
On this surprisingly rainless Sunday, May 6, the Undergraduate Student Government hosted the spring 2018 Lawnparties on Prospect Avenue.
The first Yardparties took place two years ago. However, according to Gottlieb, independents and co-op members were unable to get funding for Yardparties last year. This year, with the help of funding from USG, they were able to hold the event for a second time.
In the spring of 1967, University President Robert Goheen ’40 thought he was off-the-record in an interview with Bob Durkee ’69 for The Daily Princetonian. He was wrong.
The two firms selected are Skidmore, Owings and Merrill; and James Corner Field Operations. The master plan for the Lake Campus will not be the first time the two firms have worked together.
The mandatory unlimited meal plan for incoming first-year students will be implemented next year, while the rest of the proposed dining plan will continue to be revised by the administration in response to student feedback.
On Tuesday, a third federal judge rejected the Trump administration’s justification for ending the DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) program, which protects undocumented immigrants who came to the country illegally as children, known as “dreamers.”
The new calendar will move fall exams to December and include a “Wintersession,” a flexible two-week space in January for students to engage in internships or independent work. A majority of the faculty raised their hands and said “aye” to the motion, and the reform’s passage was met with vigorous applause.
The University held a reception to celebrate the naming of the Arthur Lewis Auditorium in Robertson Hall on Wednesday, April 18.
The cost of attendance for the 2018–19 school year has risen 3.9 percent from the previous year, alongside a rise in financial aid of 7.7 percent according to a budget announcement on Monday from the Office of Communications.
“In early stage investing, in my perspective, it’s 95 percent the founder, 5 percent the product,” said Trip Jones, a general partner with August Capital and a judge at this year's TigerLaunch competition. “If you have the right founder, I don’t even care what the product is; you can fund the company before the company exists.”
New Jersey Senator Cory Booker has been selected as the keynote speaker for the University’s Class Day ceremony on Monday, June 4, according to the Office of Communications. The ceremony is organized by members of the graduating class.
Last week, Mercer County authorities seized $200,000 in heroin in a joint narcotics investigation, according to a press release by the Office of the Mercer County Prosecutor.
An elite team of computer science majors from the University are taking their project to the finals of TigerLaunch, the nation’s largest student-run entrepreneurship competition. The co-founders of the BlockX team are Felix Madutsa ’18, Avthar Sewrathan ’18, and Richard Adjei ’18. Their company’s mission is to help people reclaim their privacy and data on the internet.
University graduate students Irineo Cabreros and Tim Treuer have been selected for the 2018 Mass Media Science and Engineering Fellows Program. Cabreros and Treuer are Ph.D. candidates in applied mathematics and ecology and evolutionary biology, respectively.