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In last week’s debate, Undergraduate Student Government presidential candidates spent over half an hour discussing Lawnparties. Audience members — and other students — expressed frustration about the focus that seems far from issues they see as more important.
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.
Music is often thought of as a universal language — one that brings communities together. Composer Pascal Le Boeuf GS uses his music to do just that by combining contemporary classical music and jazz into what he calls a “new music” community.
U.S. Army first lieutenant Victor Prato ’15 suffered a serious injury on Monday, Nov. 13, when his vehicle was hit by an improvised explosive device (IED) in Kandahar province, Afghanistan. Three other U.S. soldiers were wounded.
Sarah-Jane Leslie has been just about everything you can be at the University. Now, she steps into a new role: dean of the Graduate School.
Following scandals involving website buy-outs and Princeton Tonight, the Undergraduate Student Government presidential elections are now under more scrutiny, this time in regard to candidate finances.
“It is sometimes harder to make peace than it is to make war,” said former U.S. ambassador Daniel Kurtzer, the recipient of the 2017 Adlai Stevenson Award for his career in international service, in a talk to the University community on Thursday.
Certificate students from the University’s Environmental Studies program are bringing a new competition to campus in the form of a novel environmental summit. From April 13-15, 2018, ENV certificate students will be hosting an Environmental Ideathon for 300 graduate and undergraduate students pursuing environmental studies across the East Coast. Competing students will be invited to spend a weekend at Princeton collaborating and innovating on “Cities of the Future."
It’s been a week of reckoning for the city of Charlottesville, Va., as two independent reports, one commissioned by the city and one commissioned by the governor’s office, highlighted grave mistakes made by police and administration in preparation for the “Unite the Right” rally in mid-August. This rally was marked by three deaths and dozens of injuries.
President Trump formally recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel on Wednesday and announced plans to relocate the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to the capital. The move is divorced from decades of domestic and international policy, evoking responses from the University community.
Undergraduate Student Government presidential candidate Ryan Ozminkowski ’19 drew criticism from his opponents after buying the domain names for their websites. Further comments by Ozminkowski during the USG presidential debate prompted the question: how seriously should USG take itself?
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.
On Wednesday evening, Reza Zia-Ebrahimi, history lecturer at King’s College in London, painted a detailed picture of the rise of Iranian nationalism to an audience of students, faculty, and community members in East Pyne 010.
After Undergraduate Student Government presidential candidates Rachel Yee ’19 and Matthew Miller ’19 raised concerns about fellow candidate Ryan Ozminkowski ’19 and his campaign tactics involving domain redirection, the Ozminkowski campaign faces further controversy.
In a dinner discussion on Tuesday, Shirley Satterfield, a longtime Princeton resident who experienced Princeton’s racial integration first-hand, reflected on the intersection between Princeton’s history and African American civil rights.
Over the course of this month, the Iranian government has aired videos of two foreign prisoners—Xiyue Wang GS, sentenced to 10 years in prison for espionage while conducting research, and Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, an Iranian-British charity worker sentenced to five years for endangering national security—in an effort to pressure the U.S. and Great Britain to withhold sanctions and pay back debt, respectively.
Charlie Sykes is a political commentator, writer, prominent conservative, and former talk show host. Sykes is the author of eight books and has written for major national publications. He is a contributor and analyst for MSNBC and was the host of WNYC’s “Indivisible,” as well as the founder and editor-in-chief of the website Right Wisconsin. Recently, Sykes has drawn attention for his vocal opposition of President Donald Trump.
A mere week before voting began, USG presidential candidates Matt Miller ’19 and Rachel Yee ’19 discovered an alarming solicitation tactic used against their campaigns.
This past Sunday, CVS Health announced that it would be acquiring Aetna Inc., the care provider through which University students who opt for the Student Health Plan receive their insurance.
On Dec. 5, the University released a planning framework detailing plans to expand and develop campus over the next decade.