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Anyone who works out at Stephens Fitness Center knows that men outnumber women in the downstairs area, home to the free weights, squat racks, and bench racks. Of the men and women interviewed for this article, all agreed that men outnumbered women in the weight room.
Neuroscience professor Samuel S. Wang uses his mathematical skills and legal passions to help ensure voters choose their politicians, not the other way around.
A low, Celtic-sounding hum, almost imperceptible over the rush of traffic, buzzed in the middle of Hinds Plaza next to the Princeton Public Library. Over two dozen spectators sat in their chairs in the middle of the plaza, sharing earphones with the person beside them as the hum grew louder and changed in pitch. The spectators were the performers, and they were all humming in unison.
Chair of the Department of Psychology at Columbia University Carl Hart said Thursday that U.S. society critically misunderstands drugs like opioids. The entire lecture hall was full, and overflow audience members sat in another room watching a live-stream.
On Sept. 24, President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 and the Dean of the Faculty Sanjeev Kulkarni sent a memorandum to faculty members that clarified the minimum penalty for all cases in which faculty members are found responsible of sexual harassment.
During the first Council of the Princeton University Community meeting of the 2018–19 academic year, members discussed trustee Bob Hugin ’76’s controversial U.S. Senate campaign, the revised grading policies, and how to deal with controversial campus speakers. The meeting was held Monday at 4:30 p.m. in Betts Auditorium in the School of Architecture.
First Lady of the State of New Jersey, Tammy Snyder Murphy, was invited to deliver the keynote address for the two-day conference “Accelerating Climate Action in the United States: What Are We Doing and What More Can Be Done?”.
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. Students can open lockers through self-service kiosks or directly from their smartphones through the Princeton Package Lockers app.
Sir David Adjaye of Adjaye Associates was chosen as the design architect for the new University Art Museum, the University announced in a statement on Tuesday. Adjaye will collaborate with architects from Cooper Robertson, an award-winning firm based in New York City, on the project.
Michael Hingson, blind motivational speaker and survivor of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks, spoke on Friday, Sept. 14 about how he changed his disability into an asset and how he has battled persistent discrimination. Hingson was invited to speak to celebrate the 9th annual Inclusion in Science, Learning a New Direction conference on disability. Hingson’s book, “Thunder Dog: The True Story of a Blind Man, His Guide Dog, and the Triumph of Trust,” debuted on the New York Times bestsellers list.
The University was named the No. 1 national university for the eighth straight year by U.S. News & World Report, despite changes in the formula for the ranking process.
On Monday, July 30, the University joined other Ivy League schools and nine additional private universities in defending Harvard’s practice of including applicants’ race in its admission process in the face of a lawsuit against Harvard’s system. The lawsuit has generated debate within the Asian-American community at the University regarding topics such as affirmative action and the model minority myth.
Students are expressing outrage over a posting on Handshake, a job recruitment platform, for a position as a U.S. Customs and Border Protection officer. The posting is not new, but many students now deem it unacceptable, especially in light of new information about the federal government’s family separation policy. Career Services and the University argue the posting is acceptable according to standard job posting guidelines.
Dr. Adel Mahmoud, known for his leadership in biopharmaceutical research and development, died on Monday, June 11, of a brain hemorrhage at Mt. Sinai St. Luke’s Hospital in Manhattan. He was 76 years old.
When students and professors arrive to campus, Princeton’s environment often causes them to rethink their political ideas. This is because the University allows for exchange between both liberals and conservatives. Conservative professors and students, a minority in 2018, sat down with The Daily Princetonian to discuss what it’s like to voice conservative opinions on campus.
Undergraduate Student Government held U-Council Chair elections and gave end-of-year updates during its final weekly meeting of the semester on Sunday.
On Wednesday, May 9, a female student reported to Princeton Police Department that naked man exposed himself to her while she was running on the towpath between Harrison Street and Washington Road.
On Tuesday, student organizations hosted the “Ban the Box” town hall to encourage student discussion and awareness about the University’s inquiry into applicants’ conviction history in the undergraduate application process.
When Sally Frank ’80 filed a lawsuit in 1979 against Ivy Club, Tiger Inn, and Cottage Club because they did not accept women, her goal was clear: Get women past the threshold of men-only clubs. New Jersey ended up ruling in Frank’s favor, stating that the clubs must accept women because they are public facilities. Now, in 2018, nine of the 11 eating club presidents are female, which means Prospect Ave is a very different street than when Frank studied at the University.
On Monday, April 30, a juvenile female reported to the Department of Public Safety that she was fondled by an adult male at DeNunzio Pool.