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The evaluation of factual information is not only a qualitative exercise, but also, crucially, a qualitative judgement of both the information and its source, according to New Yorker staff writer Nicholas Schmidle.
Technology will play an increasingly important role in essential public policy areas such as defense, transportation, and economy, according to former Deputy United States Chief Technology Officer and University Computer Science Professor Ed Felten.
A student participant in the Black Justice League demonstrations sent President Christopher Eisgruber ’83, with the University trustees cc’d, a letter titled “On Woodrow Wilson, Trump, and White Supremacy.” The student wrote the letter after Yale President Peter Salovey decided to change the name of Calhoun College to honor Grace Murray Hopper after controversy over the college’s name.
Neil Gorsuch, President Trump’s selection for the Supreme Court, collaborated on a book titled The Future of Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia with University Professor and McCormick Chair in Jurisprudence Robert George.
In a press release yesterday, the University announced that it would be joining the court challenge in an amicus curiae brief to President Donald Trump’s administration’s federal immigration executive order.
The Tigers knew that if they were going to have a shot to win the regular season title, they would have to steal some wins on the road. The women’s basketball team took to the road this Friday and Saturday and won both games — marking the first time this season they've won two consecutive road games.
Continuing a late-season surge, the men’s hockey team defeated conference foes St. Lawrence and Clarkson.
In reflecting upon her first term and goals for her second, Princeton Mayor Liz Lempert emphasized the importance of maintaining the strong relationship between the municipality of Princeton and the University in order to create a more environmentally concerned, historically aware, and civically engaged community.
Constituting 77 percent of the Class of 2019, 1,018 sophomores participated in the Spring 2017 eating club admissions process, according to a press release from the Interclub Council of the Eating Clubs of Princeton University (ICC). This turnout is three percent less than last year’s sophomore participation of 80 percent.
For the second year in succession, both the Princeton Men and Women’s Fencing Teams came home with the Ivy League Championship Title. This year’s Ivy League Round-Robins were hosted by the Penn Quakers at the Tse Ping-Cheng Cheung Ling Sports Center in Philadelphia.
Yale University decided to change the name of the controversial Calhoun College after a report was published from the Yale’s new Committee to Establish Principles on Renaming, and after years of debate and protest on its campus, according to press release from Yale.
In a lecture given on Friday, Feb. 10 titled “Human Locomotion: How Humans Move Efficiently and Stably”, Dr. Manoj Srinivasan, Associate Professor at Ohio State University, covered both experiments on how humans optimize their locomotion behavior under different conditions and an explanation of the computational methods used to design robotic prostheses and walking exoskeletons.
The men’s volleyball team opened EIVA conference play with a pair of strong performances.
With victories over Claremont Mudd Scripps, St.
The Princeton Public Schools (PPS) filed a lawsuit against the Princeton Charter School (PCS) last month, claiming PCS violated the Open Public Meetings Act (OPMA) when its trustees voted to amend its charter to increase enrollment of the school. OPMA is a law that requires all meetings of government bodies to hold their meetings open to the public.
In an email to most sophomores and to the residential college listservs, Kyle Berlin ’18 announced St.
It’s an exciting time to be an ecologist, said visiting lecturer Jonathan Levine from STEM university ETH Zurich who stood in front of an eager crowd of students, postdocs, and faculty gathered to hear him speak.
On Jan. 30, University President Christopher L. Eisgruber ’83 announced that current Dean of the Faculty Deborah Prentice will become University Provost on July 1. Prentice - who was formerly the Alexander Stewart 1886 Professor of Psychology - will replace current Provost David Lee GS '99, who plans to return to full-time teaching and research.