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Harvard received 37,305 applications for its undergraduate Class of 2019, 3,010 more than for the Class of 2018, according to The Harvard Crimson.
The Harvard College Connection, a new program geared toward reaching out to low-income students, may have contributed to the increase in applicants this year, explained William Fitzsimmons, dean of admissions.
1. Terrace fills up with early-round sign-ins, future is full
2. According to USG Winter Break Referendum, at least 83 students hate three-week break
An associate at Princeton House Behavioral Health was charged with sexually assaulting a patient, the Princeton Packet reported.
The Mercer County Prosecutor's Office announced the arrest of Jonathan Hodges, 36, on Monday.
Hodges faces one count of second-degree sexual assault and will appear in Princeton Municipal Court on Feb.
Dartmouth President Phil Hanlon announced a campus-wide ban on hard alcohol on Friday,The Dartmouthsaid.
The ban will be enforced at the beginning of spring term, along with the mandatory presence of third-party bartenders and bouncers at parties hosted by Dartmouth-recognized organizations.
Some experts questioned the sensibleness of banning hard alcohol - defined as beverages containing more than 15 percent alcohol by volume -without banning all alcohol.
The Cornell University chapter of the Psi Upsilon fraternity suspended all social and new member education activitiesFridayfollowing an alleged incident involving “alcohol and an illicit substance,” according to the Cornell Sun.
Joel Malina, Cornell's vice president for university relations, said that the purpose of thesuspension was to investigate the incident andto prevent activities that could jeopardize the safety of the members and their guests.
The chapter wasplaced on a year of disciplinary probation in the spring of 2011 for violating Cornell's Anti-Hazing Policy.
The University will remain closedon Tuesdaydue to inclement weather after closing earlyon Monday.
An email from the Princeton Telephone and E-mail Notification System to the University communityon Mondaysaid the campus would be closedon Tuesdayfor“nonessential personnel.”
The closure comes as the East Coast prepares for Winter Storm Juno, which has already caused thousands of flight cancellations.
The University closed earlyon Mondaydue to inclement weather.
The closures come as the east coast prepares for Winter Storm Juno, which has already caused thousands of flight cancellations nationwide.
Nolan Johnson, a former technical theater teacher at the Hun School of Princeton, admitted as part of a plea deal that he had sex with a female student last year, the Princeton Packet reportedon Thursday.
Johnson pleaded guilty to second-degree endangering the welfare of a child at Mercer County Superior Court in Trenton.
As part of the agreement, Johnson will receive a five-year suspended prison sentence, register as a sex offender and be on parole for the rest of his life.
The Daily Princetonian's recent reporting of the arrest of John Smith, 54, a resident of Princeton, N.J., who did not attend the University, sparked no outrage on campus, according to a review of online comments posted on the paper's website.
The reaction comes after waves of online commenters have publicly and pseudonymously decried the publication for running stories that single out University students by name as having been the unfortunate victims of an arrest.
Smith was arrested by the University's Department of Public Safety earlier this week.
According to a July article by the New Zealand Herald, the Kiwi nation will have its own space program by the end of 2015.
It was announced this week that the Princeton women’s basketball team was the first Ivy League squad in history to crack the top 25 of both the USA Today coaches and the Associated Press polls.
After being fired following a tumultuous and unsuccessful tenure as head coach of the New York Jets, Rex Ryan has pretty obviously been holing up at Princeton Stadium, about an hour south of his former team’s home stadium in East Rutherford, NJ.
“I feel bad kicking him out, especially because he seems to think nobody’s noticed he’s there,” said Princeton football head coach Bob Surace ’90, who is arguably more likely to receive a head coaching position in the NFL than Ryan.
Groundskeepers said they first became suspicious when they discovered a banner reading “Reappoint Ryan!” hanging from a flagpole in the stadium.
Princeton men’s and women’s squash, formally Cucurbita princetoniensis, enter the 2015 season as one of the ripest bunches in the College Squash Association.
The crowd was mostly silent throughout the men's basketball team's ghastly loss to the No.
About 20 male students allegedly streaked through an ECO 101: Introduction to Macroeconomics lecture on Thursday morning in McCosh 50.
The 20 individuals were allegedly wearing nothing but scarfs, ski masks and sneakers, University spokesperson Martin Mbugua said.
The incident was reported to the Department of Public Safety at 11:15 a.m.
Representative Rush Holt (D-NJ) gave hisfarewell addresson the floor of the House of Representatives on Wednesday.
The congressman, who represents Mercer County and is former assistant director of the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, argued against those who are cynical toward government, saying that democracy is working in the House of Representatives.
“I present a vision for a government, not that vanishes, but works for its citizens,” Holt said during his 8-minute speech.
Several members of Tiger Inn, a private eating club on Prospect Avenue, have been charged with violating University policies regarding sexual discrimination and sexual misconduct, University spokesperson Martin Mbugua said Thursday.
The students will now have a chance to respond to the charges.
A University student had photographed a female student performing oral sex on a male student in October.
1. University agrees to extend gender-neutral housing to five people who attended panel
Columbia Law School has given students the option to postpone exams following the grand jury decisions not to indict police officers involved in the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner, The Wall Street Journal reported.
“For some law students, particularly, though not only, students of color, this chain of events is all the more profound as it threatens to undermine a sense that the law is a fundamental pillar of society designed to protect fairness, due process and equality,” interim dean Robert Scott wrote in an email to students on the eve of Columbia’s exam period.
Students at Columbia can opt to reschedule exams if they feel their performance will be sufficiently impaired due to recent events, Scott noted.
The Hun School of Princeton reported a theft of approximately $95,000 to the Princeton Police Department last week, according to a police press release.