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The Class of 2018 has elected five members to its class council, USG president Shawon Jackson ’15 announced in an email to the student body on Friday night. Freshmen Brandon McGhee, Chance Fletcher, Christopher Hsu, Jenny Zhang and Rachel Yee were elected to the five positions. According to elections manager Amara Nnaeto ’17, Fletcher received 289 votes, McGee received 208 votes, Yee received 195 votes, Hsu received 190 votes, and Zhang received 164 votes. According to a spreadsheet on the USG website, Yee was penalized 10 points for creating a “premature facebook group [sic]." Due to a referendum in the April 2012 election, officer positions for the freshman class council were eliminated, so all elected officers have the same role.
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.
The Undergraduate Student Government Senate announced its budget and goals for the year in Sunday afternoon’s senate meeting immediately following the town hall meeting on sexual assault policy.
Cannon Dial Elm Club took nine of 17 bickerees this fall for an acceptance rate of 52.9 percent, according to sources within the club.
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.
The service hours for Counseling and Psychological Services have been extended for Mondays and Wednesdays as of Sept. 8 in an effort to increase availability and access to students. Students will now be able to make an appointment with CPS until 7 p.m. on both days.
The Office of Career Services launched HireTigers, a new career management website, to replace the former TigerTracks system on September 1. The system is part of Career Services’ long-term agenda to use technology to provide personalized professional services to students.
Tiger Inn elected four new officers on March 31 after all but two officers resigned earlier that month following a party, deemed unauthorized, of the heavy-drinking group called the 21 Club.
Officers from the Department of Public Safety and the Princeton Police Department responded to a call about a student holding what appeared to be a toy gun in Butler College shortly after 9 p.m. on Monday, according to University Spokesperson Martin Mbugua.
While USG has not gone over its budget for the past two years, some Pace Center for Civic Engagement projects have had to operate with a more limited budget.
The Alpha Delta Phi fraternity, a nationally chartered organization, has established a local affiliate at the University and has 13 members, according to the ADPhi national fraternity website.
Members of the USG discussed University mental health policy in light of recent wider public discussion of the subjectat their weekly senate meeting on Sunday.
Jonathan Ma ’15, Justin Ziegler ’16 and CJ Harris ’17 have been elected presidents of their respective class councils, and Benedict Wagstaff ’14 was elected president of the Class of 2014 Alumni Council officers, USG president Shawon Jackson ’15 announced in an email to students Friday evening.
Guests from the Graduate Student Government and Counseling and Psychological Services spoke at Sunday night’s USG Senate meeting.
Students will vote on a referendum to separate the Senate and Class Governments in addition to voting for Class Council and U-Council positions. The voting period begins on Monday and ends on Wednesday.
The creators of a class art project that seeks responses to the question, "What can you not say at Princeton?” have reported two incidents against their project.
Bed bugs continue to be a problem in Holder Hall and Forbes College. Following two reports of bed bugs last September, at least four reports were confirmed this March.
The USG is in discussions with the Interclub Council and Dining Services to develop an electronic meal exchange system for upperclassmen in eating clubs and dining halls.
Thirty-four students are running for class council or U-Council positions this year, USG president Shawon Jackson ’15 announced in an email to the undergraduate student body on Monday.