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Some students will inevitably wait until the last second to complete Dean’s Date assignments. After they submit at 5 p.m., they can always look forward to the customary Undergraduate Student Government celebrations, held immediately after the Dean’s Date deadline. But the budget for this semester's celebrations is $50,000 less than last semester.
The Princeton Police Department will continue to investigate an incident of lewdness that occurred near campus at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, May 7, according to Princeton Police Department Chief Nicholas Sutter.
Last Wednesday, the University announced that it admitted 13 transfer students for fall 2018 entry, almost a year after the University reinstated the transfer admissions program that was phased out during the 1990s. Now, transfer students will be admitted on a regular basis. The number of transfer students admitted each year will vary based on the number of available beds 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 Friday evening, over a hundred University faculty, staff, and students, as well as community members, congregated on the North Lawn of Frist Campus Center in solidarity and support of imprisoned graduate student Xiyue Wang.
On Wednesday, May 9, the McCarter Theatre announced that it received a $30,000 National Endowment for the Arts grant to support the McCarter LAB, a year-round creative incubator that supports artists through commissions, workshops, retreats, and more.
According to the Interclub Council, the percentage of people choosing to join non-selective, “sign-in” eating clubs has been declining. This year, 325 sophomores participated in the first round of the sign-in process, a 14 percent decline from the spring of 2017.
On Wednesday, five philosophers debated where to draw the line between religious liberty and discrimination, using the high-profile pending Supreme Court case Masterpiece Cakeshop, Ltd. v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission as a case study.
On Wednesday, May 9, campus staff members shared testimonies of job uncertainty, low wages, and sexual harassment during a town hall organized by the Young Democratic Socialists with the approval of Service Employees International Union, Local 175. The town hall comes in the lead-up to contract negotiations in June. Approximately 50 students were in attendance.
The Faculty-Student Advisory Committee on Sexual Misconduct released its fourth annual set of University policy recommendations on Thursday morning. This year’s 22-page report is larger and more extensive than reports from past years — reflecting the committee’s new tactics to gather more widespread sources of input — and touches on sexual misconduct policies including training, transparency, penalties, and power differentials.
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.
After having private conversations with University employees and the labor union, the Young Democratic Socialists organized a town hall with the approval of Service Employees International Union Local 175 for campus workers to share their concerns about low wages, temporary work status, and job uncertainty with the student body.
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.
Kim Potowski, professor of Hispanic linguistics in the Hispanic and Italian studies department at the University of Illinois at Chicago, inspired laughter in of a crowd of Spanish-language students and linguists as she captured their attention with her myth-busting talk on Spanish in the United States.
During the final Council of the Princeton University Committee meeting of the academic year, representatives from the Resources Committee, the Committee on Naming, the Campus Iconography Committee, and the Graduate Student Government addressed University divestment from private prisons, initiatives to honor diverse individuals from the University’s history, and plans to improve graduate student life on campus.
Last Thursday, the University announced plans to commission eight new portraits of notable alumni and faculty in an effort to diversify the art and iconography on campus. These portraits are an addition to two portraits, of professor Toni Morrison and the late professor Sir Arthur Lewis, already commissioned last year.
Liz Fuller-Wright, a science writer for the University's Office of Communications, is always exploring new worlds and learning new things.
Under an overcast sky, Undergraduate Student Government hosted the spring 2018 Lawnparties on Prospect Avenue this Sunday, May 6.
Co-op members and independent students hosted Yardparties, an outdoor celebration with homemade food and live music, on Saturday, May 5.
In the spring of 1967, University President Robert Goheen ’40 thought he was off-the-record in an interview with Robert Durkee ’69 for The Daily Princetonian. He was wrong.