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Princeton University Investment Company (PRINCO), the University’s investment arm, invests 91.5 percent of its total securities in the real estate firm JBG Smith Properties, according to the most recent quarterly U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filings.
In the side conference room of the Seeley G. Mudd Manuscript Library, visitors can find historical documents, pictures, and memorabilia since 1969, when the University first admitted women, displayed against a burgundy background.
Early Thursday morning, one of the front doors of Tower Club was found tied to the Bike Route sign on the corner of Prospect Avenue and Washington Road.
On Feb. 14, the University Office of Communications announced that Máté Bezdek, Sarah Carson, Daniel Floryan and Matthew Ritger have been named winners of the Porter Ogden Jacobus Fellowship, the University’s “top honor for graduate students.”
The Dinky train service from campus to Princeton Junction station is set to return by the end of the second quarter, according to New Jersey Department of Transportation Commissioner Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti.
Within days of being elected as 2018 Undergraduate Student Government (USG) President, Rachel Yee ’19 combed through The Daily Princetonian archives to compile a list of every USG president since 1953 in an Excel spreadsheet.
President Christopher L. Eisgruber ’83 defended University admissions’ consideration of race in his annual letter to the University community on Wednesday, Feb. 6.
On Friday, Feb. 1, New Jersey Senator Cory Booker announced he is running for president, becoming the fourth Democratic senator to join the crowded 2020 field.
After a nearby outbreak of measles in Ocean County, N.J., was confirmed by the New Jersey Department of Health, University Health Services (UHS) has been identifying students they believe are particularly susceptible to the measles virus in order to provide them with information on preventive measures via email.
Not even the pass/D/fail option could have saved the University in the Ruderman Family Foundation’s study of Ivy League mental health policies.
Jim Olaf ’19 was never a fan of the Bicker process. He found the process overall morally disingenuous, vaguely illiberal, and almost entirely lacking in empathy. But Olaf had a vision: a process that, instead, would be morally reprehensible, completely illiberal, and entirely lacking empathy.
On Wednesday, Taylor Jean-Jacques ’20 was elected business manager of The Daily Princetonian for the 143rd Managing Board. A psychology major from Greenwich, Conn., she will begin her tenure in February.
Supporting pro-life positions on abortion, chastity, and traditional family values, the Anscombe Society has all the hallmarks of a traditional conservative religious organization, save one: the religion.
After almost three hours of discussion, The Daily Princetonian elected head sports editor Chris Murphy ’20 as editor-in-chief of the 143rd Managing Board.
Zarnab Virk ’20 and Nate Lambert ’20 will go into the Undergraduate Student Government presidential run-off election after a closely contested first round where Virk emerged with a four-vote lead over Lambert.
Often considered a key social hub of the University, Frist Campus Center is a place where students gather to do work, socialize, and enjoy themselves. But on Friday, Oct. 5, members of Turning Point USA (TPUSA) were the only ones who could truly say they were having a ball on Frist North Lawn.
The Department of Public Safety has placed bait bikes around campus to catch bike thieves in the act and deter bike theft on campus.
The Princeton Catalysis Initiative (PCI) announced that it will begin a $6 million industrial partnership with the Celgene Corporation, a biotechnology company formerly headed by University trustee Bob Hugin ’76.
A new University initiative hopes to bring the services of the Counseling and Psychological Services (CPS) closer to home.
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.