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The University’s Fire Safety Committee approved a series of revisions to the dormitory fire safety schedule, effective Sept. 1. The changes include an increased fee for fire safety violations and a required electrical system certification for hoverboards.
Today’s conception of sexuality is flawed in having non-reproductive aims, philosopher and public commentator Roger Scruton said at a lecture on Wednesday.
The world is spiraling into a inverted totalitarian political system in which the anonymity and the assault by the corporate state will bring about the fall of capitalism, Chris Hedges, prominent socialist, best-selling author and Pulitzer Prize journalist, said at a lecture on Tuesday.
Members of the Class of 2019 took the first steps into their academic career during Opening Exerciseson Sunday, when University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 welcomed the incoming students by sharing encouragements and blessings for the start of their adventure on campus.
The free market is the only meaningful alternative to government programs, which create inefficiency and have unintended harmful effects, John Stossel ’69,Fox Business channel host and libertarian pundit said at a lecture about his political philosophy on Monday.
The Affordable Care Act, as well as other Obama administration health care efforts, has made health care more strongly rooted in adding value-based services and better delivery system reforms, former U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius said in a lecture on Tuesday.
Founder and chair of the board for Teach for AmericaWendy Kopp ’89 spoke on campus on Monday about the growth of her organization and its role in the community. After the lecture, Kopp sat down with The Daily Princetonian to discuss the founding of TFA and the importance of teachers in the public school system.
Teach for America has played a large role in shifting the educational landscape away from social inequity, Wendy Kopp ’89, the founder and chair of the board for TFA, saidduring a lecture on Monday.
A Princeton resident was hospitalized after crashing into a tree along Mercer Street on Wednesday, according to Planet Princeton.
The University was the only school exempt from a state legislative bill that seeks to ban all public and private New Jersey colleges and universities from forcing students to purchase meal plans.
The Lewis Center for the Arts has launched a series of outreach initiatives in its attempt to engage the Princeton community through the arts.
An 18-year-old student from San Diego State University died on Friday after being diagnosed with meningococcal disease,U-T San Diego reported.
Following the initial case of bedbugs in a room in Forbes College on Sept. 26, evidence of additional bedbugs was found in a nearby room, University spokesperson Martin Mbugua said.
The Undergraduate Student Government team coordinating the publication of the Committee on Background and Opportunity IVreports has experienced further obstacles in its work with data analysis, according to USG president Shawon Jackson ’15.
A student at Georgetown Universitydied last week from meningitis type B.
Expected revisions to the Medical College Admission Test have caused some premedical students to take the test at a different time and may have effects on the preparatory courses and classes premedical students choose to enroll in.
Noel W. Hinners GS ’63, one of the pioneers of NASA’s probe launches into space, died on Sept. 5 from cancer. He was 78.
Conversations, the first summit of a new dialogue series,took place Thursday at Frist Campus Center’s food gallery during late meal.
A total of 607 students participated in a public health study conducted by University researchers from April 17-23. The study aimed to measure the impact of the meningococcal B vaccination campaign.
The Columbia Daily Spectator, the student-run newspaper at Columbia University, will discontinue its daily publication and switch to a weekly print edition beginning in the fall, Editor-in-Chief Abby Abrams announced on Wednesday.