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In a move that art critics are lauding as revolutionary, on
Tuesday Mary Elizabeth Ryan ’20 posted an Instagram of Nassau Hall in the snow. “We’ve seen
Instagrams of Nassau Hall,” art history professor Albert Sykes said, “and
Instagrams of the campus covered in snow, but we’ve never seen such a
Wonshik Shin ‘19 was found dead in his campus residence Sunday, Dec.
18. Originally from Seoul, South Korea, Shin was 19 years old.The cause of death has yet to be determined but foul play is not suspected, according to a University press release.
In an email to students who plan to bicker Tower Club this coming spring, Tower Bicker Committee Chair Diego Negrón-Reichard announced Tower will be double-bicker.“For the first time, Tower will be officially double-bicker!” Negrón-Reichard wrote.
22-year-old Benjamin Li of Stonewall Circle, Princeton, was arrested by local officials on Monday, Nov. 28 on charges of kidnapping, criminal restraint, and receiving stolen property, according to a ‘Princeton Patch’ report.
Students for Fair Admissions filed a lawsuit against the United States Department of Education on Thursday related to the Department of Education’s investigation into the University’s admission practices concerning Asian-Americans.The complaint, filed in the federal district court in the District of Columbia, alleges that the Department of Education has failed, contrary to its obligations under the Freedom of Information Act, to produce documents related to the Department’s investigation into the University.The investigation ended in September 2015 with a determination by the Department’s Office of Civil Rights that “there was insufficient evidence to substantiate that the University violated Title VI,” which prohibits racial discrimination in programs receiving federal assistance.SFFA is run by Edward Blum, who unsuccessfully attempted to persuade the Supreme Court earlier this year to find that the University of Texas’ race-conscious admissions program violated the Equal Protection Clause of the United States Constitution.The decision upholding the University of Texas’ program, known as Fisher II, prompted a June 23 statement from President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 praising the Court’s decision, saying that “[p]olicies like the one approved by the Court today are critically important to Princeton University and institutions of higher education across America.”In announcing Thursday’s complaint, Blum called on the University to end its affirmative action policy.
On Saturdaymorning, a University student was arrested and charged with unlawful possession of a weapon, according to a press release from the Princeton Police Department.
Former University President William Bowen GS ’58 died on Thursday.Bowen died of colon cancer.
The University ranked last among all Ivy League institutions in the total number of monthly Tinder matches, according to research published by Tinder.
Tinder is a social, mobile application that allows users to “swipe right” on individuals they find attractive, and "swipe left" on individuals they don't.
In other categories, including “Most Swiped Right Schools,” “Monthly Social Groups,” and “Monthly Super Likes,” the University ranked sixth, seventh, and sixth, respectively.
The University of Pennsylvania ranked first in terms of “most swiped-right schools,” while Columbia earned the top spot in “most monthly matches.”
The University, although ranked highest on the U.S.
On Friday, Texas Senator Ted Cruz ’92 wrote in a Facebook post that he will vote for Republican nominee Donald Trump.
New Jersey Governor and ex officioUniversity Trustee Chris Christie was allegedly aware that some of his top officials planned to shut down lanes leading to the George Washington Bridge and that the purpose of these closures was to penalize a local mayor who declined to support Christie, according to The New York Times.
The opening arguments by lawyers began on Monday in a trial that arose from the closing of access lanes to the bridge in 2013, according to the same article.
According to CNN, Christie, who has not been charged, has maintained that he was not aware of the closings until he learned about them in the media.
"I would have no problem if called to testify," Christie said.
Explosions took place in New York City and in Seaside Park, N.J. in the past several days. The explosion in Chelsea around 8:30 p.m.
The University hosted its annual Community and Staff Day, including a Family Fun Fest, at Princeton Stadium on Saturday.
The stadium concourse was filled with booths offering anything from crafts such as making tissue paper flowers to music, face painting, bounce houses, and games hosted by the University and several local nonprofits, according to the University’s website. University groups on the concourse included the University's employee resource groups, Cotsen Children's Library, the Baby Lab, Theatre Intime, the Office of Sustainability, and the Princeton Center for Complex Materials.
The University is the top national university, according to the annual U.S. News & World Report 2017 Best Colleges Rankings.
The University has announced seven new alumni trustees, who will begin their term on the Board of Trustees effectiveJuly 1.
The University appointed Henri Ford '80 and Philip Hammarskjold '87, who were elected by the Board to serve as charter trustees with an eight-year term.
Logan Powell, current University director of admission, will serve as the dean of admission at Brown beginning on July 1, 2016.
Powell will assume the office of current Brown Dean of Admission James Miller, who will retire this year.
In addition to overseeing admissions, in his new capacity Powell will represent Brown at a number of professional conferences and committees, including the Consortium on Financing Higher Education Admissions Deans’ Committee, The College Board and the Ivy League Deans of Admission.
In an interview with the Office of Communications at Brown, Powell noted that he will work with the Brown community to “represent a great depth of intellectual curiosity and diversity of thought” among its enrolled students.
University Dean of Admission Janet Rapelye said that she and her office are proud of Logan’s appointment at Brown.
“His professionalism, wisdom and talents were evident in all he accomplished at Princeton as our director of admission.
A female attending Reunions was sexually assaulted by a male in Spelman Hall this past Sunday, May 29, according to an email from Public Safety Director of Operations Stefanie Karp.
The victim is in her early 20s and the suspect is someone who was known to her, according to Casey DeBlasio, spokesperson for the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office.According to DeBlasio, the victim is not a University student or alumnus.
According to the victim, the suspect is a black male with a height of approximately5'8-5'9 and weighs approximately 170 pounds.
A female undergraduate student was punched twice in the face and robbed by the traffic light in front of the Annex of Forbes College, along Alexander Street, on Sunday at 1:41 a.m., according to a University Department of Public Safety campus safety alert.
The male was reported to be wearing a black hooded sweatshirt with a white drawstring.
The town of Princeton has named Assistant Principal Municipal Engineer Deanna Stockton as its new head engineer.
Multiple students reported symptoms of gastrointestinal illnesses yesterday and today after dining in Colonial Club, according to University Media Relations Specialist Min Pullan.
The students who reported to McCosh Health Center with gastrointestinal illnesses all confirmed eating at Colonial Club within the prior 48 hours, according to Pullan.
The cause of the illness has not been determined but sanitizing procedures have been carried out, she said.
Pullan indicated that there is currently no reported illness caused by food purchased at the U-Store or originatingfrom other eating clubs.
Inspectors from New Jersey Department of Health has visited the club and will be visiting other eating clubs and dining halls to investigate the cause of the illnesses.
More to come...
Correction: An earlier version of this article noted that some individuals reported similar symptoms after dining at Terrace Club.
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