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University researchers have recently discovered twin stars, one of which has shown signs of ingesting a dozen or more of its own rocky planets, according to a University release. As a nod to ancient mythology, the researchers have named the newly discovered stars after Kronos and his lesser-known brother Krios.
On Monday, the University's transition to the Central Authentication Service and two-factor authentication was successfully completed for all online Princeton services. On Monday morning, University Chief Information Security Officer Dan Sherry sent an email outlining the change to University students, faculty, and affiliates.
Director of the State Health Reform Assistance Network and Wilson School lecturer Heather Howard moderated a panel on healthcare reform on Friday. The panelists, six alumni involved in different sectors related to healthcare in the United States, each provided their individual and differing perspectives on the topic as they discussed issues facing the healthcare system, as well as various approaches for reform.
On Friday, Vice Provost for Institutional Equity and Diversity Michele Minter moderated a panel that focused on the responsibility of universities to enforce individual rights to expression and protection.
Peter Marks, a native of the town of Princeton, has announced his intent to enter into the town's mayoralelection.
It is important to think about where the foreign affairs debate fits in the current political discussion,David Sangernotedduring a lecture Monday.
Texas senator and Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz '92 won the primary in his state, Oklahoma and Alaska on Super Tuesday, receiving a total of 69 delegates, according to the New York Times.
The Office of Admission has received and processed a record applicant pool of 29,313 applicants for the Class of 2020, the highest in the University's history, Dean of Admissions Janet Rapelye said.
Thomas Gilbert Jr. ’09, who allegedly shot and killed his father Thomas Gilbert Sr. ’66 lastJanuary, has been ruled mentally competent to stand trial.
The University Archive is launching a program called Archiving Student Activism at Princeton, University Archivist and Curator of Public Policy Papers Dan Linke said.
A new student group called the Princeton Open Campus Coalition delivered a letter opposing the methods and demands of the Black Justice League protests to University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 on Sunday night.
The title of “Master” in all six of the University’s residential colleges has been changed to “Head of the College,” the University announced on Wednesday. The change is effective immediately.
U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman ’85 announced on Oct. 5 that the United States and 11 Pacific Rim Nations had reached an agreement on the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
The Princeton University Entrepreneurial Hub, a new incubator space to advance entrepreneurial initiatives and education for faculty, students and alumni, launched this summer.
The decision to make rifles available to sworn Department of Public Safety officers reflects national best practice about how to keep campus secure right now, DPS Executive Director Paul Ominsky said.
A majority of students, faculty and staff on campus are comfortable with sworn Department of Public Safety officers having access to rifles during an emergency, according to a survey conducted by the Daily Princetonian.
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker ’49 donated his public service papers to the University on Sept. 11, according to University Archivist and Curator of Public Policy PapersDaniel Linke.
Undergraduate women experience the highest instance of inappropriate sexual behavior among students at the University, according to the summary report for the 2015 survey "We Speak: Attitudes on Sexual Misconduct at Princeton," released by the Universityon Tuesday.
Jill Dolan, the Annan Professor in English, Professor of Theater in the Lewis Center for the Arts and Director of the Program in Gender and Sexuality Studies, was named Dean of the College this June. Dolan, author of the award-winning blog “The Feminist Spectator” and expert in women’s and LGBT theatre, performance and popular culture and drama and performance studies, has taught at Princeton since 2008.
Students around the country will soon benefit from what U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan called an earlier and easier Free Application for Federal Student Aid, according to a Sept. 13White House announcementon the change.