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Starting next spring, the wifi network “PU Wireless” will be no more, and “eduroam” will become the sole primary wireless network for students, faculty, and staff on campus. The changes are part of a broader IT initiative called the Next Generation Network.
Marty McFly ’21 likes being anonymous. He says it keeps him honest and grounded as he answers hundreds of questions through the popular student-run Tumblr blog, Real Talk Princeton (RTP). With over 1,000 unique visits to the blog per day, RTP is a well-known source of information about life and academics at the University.
More than three years after interrupting President Barack Obama, transgender Latina activist Jennicet Gutiérrez is once again taking aim at a White House she deems incapable of protecting her community.
In a race closely watched both nationally and by University students, Senator Ted Cruz ’92 of Texas narrowly edged out Democratic Congressman Beto O’Rourke by 2.6 percent to retain his seat in the U.S. Senate.
The Supreme Court can do serious damage to reproductive rights without overturning Roe v. Wade, according to Lisa Frelinghuysen.
Following a bold move from the White House that threatened to change current definitions of gender, the University has responded with stronger protection and resources for its LGBTQ+ students. The support did not go unnoticed.
Arthur C. Brooks, President of the conservative think tank American Enterprise Institute and a New York Times monthly columnist, sat down with The Daily Princetonian Tuesday afternoon. Below is a lightly edited transcript of the conversation.
The fencing team is working with a new strength and conditioning coach pending an investigation into the team’s fall break training trip to Budapest, Hungary.
Despite having received significant funding earmarked for the pursuit of public service, the Woodrow Wilson School of International and Public Affairs continues to produce few undergraduate alumni who pursue public service after graduation.
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.
On Nov. 11, designated as “Kognito Day,” first-year students participated in Kognito, an online simulation designed to help students identify signs of psychological distress in others and intervene.
President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 announced at a meeting last Monday that the University will likely continue to ask admission applicants about their criminal records.
A student club designed to invigorate women will likely die out after its founder graduates next spring.
At around 10 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 10, a Coach USA bus transporting University students to the Princeton versus Yale football game crashed into a building in West Haven, Conn., approximately 10 minutes from New Haven.
The Undergraduate Student Government discussed a referendum on Campbell Hall bathrooms, the upcoming bonfire, and the Thanksgiving buses in its weekly meeting on Nov. 11.
“Drinking is a big part of heterosexual students’ strategies to accrue sexual experiences,“ said Dr. Jennifer Hirsch ’88, professor of sociomedical sciences at Columbia.
On Nov. 9, the two members of the New Jersey State Police SWAT unit who fatally shot Scott L. Mielentz at the Nassau Street Panera Bread last March were cleared of wrongdoing. The New Jersey Attorney General’s office released a report on Friday justifying the use of deadly force.
At around 10 a.m. Saturday morning, a Coach USA bus transporting University students to the Princeton vs. Yale football game crashed into a building in West Haven, Conn., approximately 10 minutes from New Haven.
University students are redefining the charismatic rendition of a perky California dream girl by casting a person of color for lead character Elle Woods in “Legally Blonde, The Musical.”
Residential College Adviser Justin Ramos ’19 said that Butler College’s Director of Student Life Deshawn Cook doesn’t feel like his boss because of Cook’s “sunny demeanor and constant approachability.”