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In a talk given to the University community on Monday, Lebanon Minister of Foreign Affairs and Emigrants Gebran Bassil had stern words for the international community, repeatedly urging the return of Syrian refugees — 1.5 million of whom have taken residence in Lebanon.
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Gathered in a circle of chairs with students, members of the Office of Religious Life introduced the ceremony and spoke about Abdillahi’s positive legacy.
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Maxim Suchkov, a senior fellow at the Moscow State Institute of International Relations, spoke at the University on Tuesday about Russia’s actions and future plans for Syria and its policy for the Middle East as a whole.
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In a letter Thursday to the Yale Law School community, Dean of Yale Law School Heather K. Gerken ’91 responded to reports that Amy Chua, a prominent Yale law professor, advised students seeking clerkships with Brett Kavanaugh on their physical looks.
During the first Council of the Princeton University Community meeting of the 2018–19 academic year, members discussed trustee Bob Hugin’s controversial U.S. Senate campaign, revised grading policies, and how to deal with controversial campus speakers.
In an effort to install an automatic braking system throughout the state, New Jersey Transit is suspending all Dinky service from Sunday, October 14 through Jan. 2019.
During the CPUC meeting, Eisgruber said that he and the Dean of the Faculty Sanjeev Kulkarni believe the memo can help Princeton make progress on a “very important issue,” sexual harassment. Eisgruber emphasized that sexual harassment “does serious damage” to the lives of University students and faculty.
On Sept. 24, Associate Professor of Theater Brian Herrera lectured on the importance of actors staying true to their values despite problems with identity preferences in the the world of casting.
University vice president and secretary Bob Durkee ’69 is set to retire at the end of the 2018–19 academic year. Hilary Parker ’01, current assistant vice president and chief of staff in the Office of the President, has been appointed to replace him, effective July 1, 2019.
Vice President Nate Lambert ’20 announced that Senate members can now propose and join task forces freely. Previously, members were assigned to a task force.
TigerPath is a new website that helps students plan out courses over their four-year tenure at the University.
Robert Venturi ’47 GS ’50, an acclaimed architect whose designs and writings transformed the field and sparked the postmodernist movement, died in his home on Tuesday, Sept. 18. He was 93.
“The political forces in Washington are not only ignoring the warnings [about climate change] but are also actively denying what science is telling us,” Murphy said.
In an effort to install an automatic braking system throughout the state, New Jersey Transit is suspending all Dinky service from Sunday, Oct. 14 through mid-January 2019.
Debbie Mans, Deputy Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), called for state governments to take more initiative with environmental challenges.
In a public lecture, Mans spoke about climate and energy challenges in New Jersey. Recent federal government pullbacks from key environmental initiatives have made efforts at the state level more important than ever.
Colorful circular stickers have been carefully placed on the ground all over campus. They display QR codes inlaid with images — images of graduation hoodings, FitzRandolph Gate, freed African-American laborers, and more. When scanned with a mobile device, each code reveals a story connected to the University’s history.
Students can now get foods like chicken and waffles, vegan mac and cheese, dumplings, Korean fried chicken, build-your-own salads, and pho in the late meal servery on Frist’s A-level. Plastic water bottles have been replaced with boxed water, in an effort to be more environmentally friendly. And students craving late meal quesadillas will no longer order them in the same spot, since the quesadilla section is now combined with the pizza section.
All plastic water bottles, bags, and utensils have been eliminated. Paper bags, as well as plastic and paper straws, are available only upon request. These changes will affect all retail locations including Frist Food Gallery, the C-Store, and all University-catered events. Additionally, silverware is displayed more prominently in the Frist gallery to promote the use of non-disposable utensils and containers.
The University Office of Communications announced last Thursday, Sept. 13 that journalism professor Joe Stephens will serve as the founding director of the Program in Journalism, effective since July 1, 2018.
Self-service package lockers have replaced the old package pickup system in Frist Campus Center. The new package lockers are located on Frist’s 100 level and have been in service since late this summer.