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Former U.S. Senator and professional basketball player Bill Bradley ’65 endorsed Democratic gubernatorial candidate Phil Murphy on Monday. The endorsement comes several months after the New Jersey party primaries took place. The gubernatorial election is set to take place Nov. 7.
The University has once more decided to join the battle over President Trump’s ban on entry into the United States by people from six Muslim-majority countries, after doing so earlier in the spring.The University filed an amicus curiae, or friend-of-the-court, brief yesterday along with 30 other colleges and universities.
University graduate student and U.S. citizen Xiyue Wang’s appeal of his conviction and 10-year prison sentence for espionage was denied by Iranian authorities yesterday.In the University’s press release, the University emphasizes that Wang “was not involved in any political activities or connected to any government agencies; he was simply a scholar conducting historical research.” A fourth-year graduate student; Wang has now been detained in Iran since the summer of 2016.
Thirty-seven-year-old Xiyue Wang GS was sentenced to 10 years in prison for espionage in an Iranian court on Sunday. Wang is a fourth-year graduate student and researcher at the University working on a doctorate in history.
When Nasir Ismael ’21 found out that he had been accepted to the University, he was as ecstatic as any other student.
On May 17, the Justice Department appointed former FBI director Robert Mueller III ’66 to serve as a special counsel to oversee an investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election, including “any links and/or coordination between the Russian government and individuals associated with the campaign of President Donald Trump” and “any matters that arose or may arise directly from the investigation.”
Officers from the Department of Public Safety shut down a Mexican-themed party on Thursday night at which University students chanted, “Piñata!” and “Cinco de Mayo!”Around 50 students were in attendance at the party; some wore sombreros, ponchos, or other colorful clothing.
In the ensuing controversy over Trump’s Presidential Executive Order Promoting Free Speech and Religious Liberty, conservative Christian leaders have criticized the order for not going far enough. Among them? University professor Robert George.
Grey skies, chilly air, and even a few showers could not keep University students from flocking to see and hear spring 2017 Lawnparties artists at many of the eating clubs on Sunday.Students stood in line near 1879 Arch to pick up fluorescent purple wristbands that would allow them to take advantage of more than a dozen artists and food options.
In March, when Winter Storm Stella was scheduled to disrupt the University community in the midst of midterms, the University had to shift into emergency gear. Closed to non-essential personnel, the University bunkered down for what turned out to be a milder storm than anticipated. Nonetheless, the preparations had been made.
University alumni gathered in Washington, D.C. Monday night to hear from President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 at the JW Marriott. According to one alumnus present at the even, around 1,200 people attended.
Eight students were selected as the winners of the Spirit of Princeton Award, according to Deputy Dean of Undergraduate Students Thomas Dunne. Seven winners are seniors and one is a junior.
In a press release Tuesday, the University announced that it will rename West College and the major auditorium in Robertson Hall of the Wilson School in honor of University Professor Emerita Toni Morrison and Nobel Laureate and former University Professor Sir Arthur Lewis, respectively. The new names will take effect on July 1, 2017.
J.I.D will open for Jeremih at the 2017 Spring Lawnparties, as announced by the Undergraduate Student Government Social Committee on April 6 at 9:30 p.m.
Westminster Choir College, whose parent school is Rider University, will be sold to a buyer in order to keep the college open and on its campus in Princeton, Rider announced today.
Members of the dining staff of all six residential colleges used cots brought over from Dillon Gym to sleep. According to one staff member, this is not the first time dining hall staffers have slept on campus in preparation for a storm or other inclement weather event. In previous instances, one staff member said, workers have slept in Dillon Gym.
In a lawsuit filed in federal court in New Jersey on March 9, former University graduate student John Doe alleges that the University did not take his case of sexual assault and attempted suicide seriously enough.
An estimated 200 students waited in line to buy tickets at Frist Campus Center for the Ivy League Basketball Tournament to be held March 11-12 at the Palestra in Philadelphia.
In an unprecedented civic engagement event, University affiliates organized to create yesterday’s Day of Action, hundreds of students converged in Frist Campus Center to participate in what organizers called a “day of Teach-ins and Action.”Sixty-four teach-ins, hour-long discussions, and teaching sessions centered around a certain topic were conducted on issues such as civil rights, democracy and knowledge, international peace and security, as well as climate and environmental challenges.