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In a report released on Sept. 12, U.S. News & World Report named the University the best national university among 311 schools, for the seventh consecutive year. The report highlighted the University’s unique strengths as a major research university with the qualities of a liberal arts college.
Bill Bradley ’65 is a former University basketball star, Olympic gold medalist, Rhodes Scholar, U.S. Senator for New Jersey, and Democratic presidential candidate. The ‘Prince’ sat down to interview Bradley while he was on campus for an event to celebrate a second large donation of Bradley's own documents to the University.
Los Angeles-based R&B singer/songwriter Tinashe will headline fall 2017 Lawnparties. The biannual day of musical performances, also referred to as LWNPRTYS MMXVII, will take place on Sunday, Sept. 17.
Over 170 University affiliates have signed an open letter in support of students enrolled in or eligible for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program as the publication of this article. The letter was drafted and posted by Engaged Faculty of Princeton University on Sept. 5.
University President Christopher Eisgruber '83 sent a letter to congressional leaders on Sept. 5 urging them to place the highest priority on legislation that would provide both immediate and long-term protection for young people who have been enrolled in or are eligible for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. Attorney General Jeff Sessions has announced that the DACA program, an initiative which protects qualifying children of undocumented immigrants from deportation, will be phased out.
On August 11, the University’s Office of Religious Life co-sponsored a rally at the Carl A. Fields Center in support of Planned Parenthood, drawing criticism from some members of the University community.
On August 29, a group of professors from Princeton, Harvard, and Yale released a statement encouraging students to “think for yourself.”
In a letter to the White House dated Aug. 30, University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 implored President Donald Trump to continue the current form of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, calling upon the President to shield DACA from any future court challenges.
The Department of Public Safety sent out a warning today at around 11:45 a.m. about an “unconfirmed report” of an individual armed with a gun on campus. It issued a shelter-in-place order at the time, advising students to remain inside with locked doors, and if possible, to avoid coming to campus until the all-clear was given.
University students expressed sadness and horror at the violence at protests led by white supremacists in Charlottesville, Va. last weekend.
The appeal of U.S. citizen Xiyue Wang GS of a conviction and 10-year prison sentence for espionage was denied by Iranian authorities yesterday.
When the numbers were finally in, the University community had done it again: Annual Giving had set another record campaign total, raising $74.9 million, the highest total in Annual Giving history, and the first year it raised over $70 million.
Over 250 people from the Princeton community and beyond gathered in Palmer Square on Sunday afternoon in solidarity with individuals affected by the recent violence in Charlottesville, Va.
The University will make its transfer application available early in the fall of this year, according to its undergraduate admissions website. Transfer students will be admitted to the University for the first time in 28 years starting in fall 2018.
For most students, their first real taste of the Princeton community occurs during the University’s main pre-orientation programs: Outdoor Action and Community Action. But this September, 40 students will participate in a new pilot program focused solely on issues of identity and inclusivity.
Whether it’s a weekend get-together, study break, or birthday celebration, Princeton has what you need. Here’s a preview of some of the best food in town, to start you off on your upcoming gastronomical adventures — go forth and conquer!
From Sept. 4 to Sept. 12, over 650 of the roughly 1,300 students in the Class of 2021 will embark on their first University adventure — Outdoor Action frosh trips. These five-day orientation expeditions are designed to help incoming students transition smoothly into their first year as undergraduates.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency awarded the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory with the Federal Green Challenge Region 2 Award in Waste Management on July 12. The laboratory was able to divert 3,766 tons of waste from landfills, increase its recycling rate by 13 percent, and save about a quarter million dollars in taxpayer money over the last fiscal year. PPPL is a Department of Energy-funded National Laboratory, one of eight run by the Office of Science.
When Nasir Ismael ’21 found out that he had been accepted to the University, he was as ecstatic as any other student. With the help of the financial aid office, he was able to assure his ability to matriculate this fall.
Ryan Reich ’04, accused of manipulating the LIBOR rate for profit between 2005 and 2007, was acquitted in April. Reich, an ex-Barclays interest rate swaps trader, was among the eight individuals acquitted of LIBOR rigging over the past two years.