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“Every referendum, each referendum, got so many votes that each referendum had a majority of all Princetonians — not a majority of those who voted. But a majority of all Princetonians voted in favor of each one,” USG academics chair Patrick Flanigan ’18 emphasized.
“On the page, it said something like that anyone with a CAS account or log-in was eligible for the election, which seemed kind of odd to me because you’d think only undergrads can vote on undergrad stuff,” Lestz said.
“In our minds, we’re thinking, ‘Well, did the student get to do something that everyone else in the classroom didn’t get to do,’ and that’s why the Honor Code is all about, which is leveling the playing field,” Liziewski said.
After almost four hours of discussion, The Daily Princetonian elected head news editor Marcia Brown ’19 as editor-in-chief for the 142nd Managing Board.
The University’s newest official student group started almost two years ago with a meal and a group of friends. These meals evolved into more formal, discussion-based meetings. The number of students involved grew, too — with the group now boasting a membership of 15 students. As of Dec. 3, Princeton Plays is now even recognized by both the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students and the Undergraduate Student Government as an official student organization.
In three hours of public meetings and two executive sessions, the Undergraduate Student Government debated hot topics such as Honor Committee referenda, the upcoming USG elections, and a new BDSM student group in their Dec. 3 meeting.
The House Republican education bill released on Friday would allow colleges to delay or suspend internal investigations related to sexual misconduct upon the request of law enforcement or prosecutors.
Gar Alperovitz believes that there’s a crisis in America, but it’s not a political crisis — it’s a crisis with the economic system itself.
In a Facebook post dated Nov. 5, Latta alleged that while she was a graduate student in Berkeley's comparative literature department, she was sexually harassed, assaulted, and raped by a visiting professor. The accused professor taught at Berkeley in 1985 and is currently professor emeritus at Stanford University. He denies any wrongdoing.
Dozens of graduate students, undergraduates, and faculty members gathered on Monday, Nov. 20 in Maeder Hall to discuss a petition demanding that the University elevate its disciplinary action against Sergio Verdú, a Eugene Higgins Professor of Electrical Engineering, who was found guilty of sexual harassment in a Title IX investigation earlier this summer. Over 650 undergraduates, graduate students, and alumni have signed the petition.
A few days after John Witherspoon Middle School’s eighth grade class traveled to the National Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C., “racist, anti-Semitic, and sexual messages” appeared on a Google spreadsheet originally intended for an eighth grade science lab.
Over 150 new courses will be offered in the the spring, according to the course offerings released on Nov. 9.
According to the list provided by the Office of the Registrar, some of these new classes include REL 292: Hip Hop, Reggae and Religion, HIS 476/MED 476: The Vikings: History and Archaeology, and ENG 394/GSS 398: Ghosts, Zombies and Liminal Creatures in Film, Literature and Photography.
Beginning in the 2018–19 academic year, comparative literature professor Sandra Bermann will lead a Sawyer Seminar called Global Migration: The Humanities and Social Sciences in Dialogue. Bermann plans to bring in faculty from multiple disciplines, including history, sociology, comparative literature, and politics.
The Undergraduate Student Government discussed upcoming plans for a “restaurant week all year,” diversity on the Honor Committee, and confirmed new members, along with other issues in its weekly meeting Oct. 22.
“I’m here representing the men, the generation of men that comes before you. Most of what you know from being a man you learned from me. So I’m not here telling you what you did wrong and all of that stuff,” Porter said. “I’m telling you that a lot of the things that I taught you we need to rethink and you have the opportunity to reteach.”
On Tuesday afternoon, a cement truck struck Leslie Goodrich Rubin, 62, of Princeton, N.J. in the crosswalk at the intersection of Washington Road and Nassau Street, according to a press release from the Princeton Police Department.