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After a busy and exciting sorority recruitment week last week, 57 percent of students who began the rush process received a bid from one of the University’s three sororities, and 53 percent of students who began the rush process chose to accept a bid and join a sorority.
When political news breaks, the reactions it garners can elicit verbose and detailed responses from the nation’s elite academics. But, sometimes, in the limited space of Twitter, the only thing James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor Eddie S. Glaude GS ’97 needs to say is, “WTH?!”
On Tuesday, Sept. 25, over 30 students and members of the Office of Religious Life gathered in Murray-Dodge Hall to celebrate the life of Yasmin Abdillahi ’20, who died in Texas on June 8.
In a talk given to the University community on Monday, Lebanon Minister of Foreign Affairs and Emigrants Gebran Bassil had stern words for the international community, repeatedly urging the return of Syrian refugees — 1.5 million of whom have taken residence in Lebanon.
In an effort to install an automatic braking system throughout the state, New Jersey Transit is suspending all Dinky service from Sunday, Oct. 14 through January 2019. According to NJ Transit’s website, the Dinky service will be replaced by buses on weekdays and weekends to accommodate passengers from the University to Princeton Junction.
In a letter Thursday to the Yale Law School community, Dean of Yale Law School Heather K. Gerken ’91 responded to reports that Amy Chua, a prominent Yale Law professor, advised students seeking clerkships with Brett Kavanaugh on their physical looks.
In an effort to install an automatic braking system throughout the state, New Jersey Transit is suspending all Dinky service from Sunday, Oct. 14 through mid-January 2019.
,A leaked proposal from the Department of Education obtained by the New York Times included Title IX regulations and procedures that would contradict Princeton’s current Title IX policies under “Rights, Rules, Responsibilities.” Should the leaked proposal become federal guidelines and the University chooses to follow them, it would likely alter the University’s current Title IX policies.
The University has officially implemented Kognito, an online program devoted to mental health awareness, and has made the program mandatory for all incoming first-years.
First-year students experienced the full array of start-of-term traditions Sunday, participating in Opening Exercises, the Pre-Rade, subsequent barbecue, and “step sing” to kick off their first year at the University.
Like a lithe cat, history professor Kevin Kruse carefully eyes his prey before pouncing. Only Kruse’s prey is ahistorical facts and his territory is Twitter.
After her term as USG president ended, Myesha Jemison ’18 continued looking for ways she could shape the evolution of the University. Now, Jemison will contribute to that evolution as a Young Alumni Trustee on the Board of Trustees.
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.
New Jersey Senator Cory Booker encouraged the graduates of the Class of 2018 to use their powers of love, kindness, and advocacy for the good of the world during his Class Day Speech today.
After a year of everything from honor code reform to snow storms, the Daily Princetonian took a look at what left an impact at the end of the academic year.
Baccalaureate speaker Eduardo Bhatia ’86, minority leader and former president of the Senate of Puerto Rico, remarked on the need to fight for honor and integrity in a culture of misinformation.
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.
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.