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The Daily Princetonian sat down with Grant Storey ’17, who has recently been named the Latin salutatorian for the Class of 2017, to discuss his academic interests and post-graduation plans. Storey, a computer science major from Berkeley, Calif., will deliver the traditional salutatory oration in Latin at the University’s Commencement ceremony on Tuesday, June 6.
University alumni gathered in Washington, D.C. Monday night to hear from President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 at the JW Marriott Hotel. According to one alumnus present at the event, around 1,200 people attended.
On Saturday, April 22, University physics professor emeritus William Happer GS ’64 discussed the Paris Climate Agreement on CNN, comparing it to the 1938 Munich Agreement among Britain, France, and Nazi Germany.
The Princeton Theological Seminary rescinded its decision to award Reverend Tim Keller the Abraham Kuyper Prize for Excellence in Reformed Theology and Public Witness, although he still delivered the 2017 Kuyper lecture. This decision comes after the objections of some seminary students and alumni, according to a New York Times article, who oppose Reverend Keller’s belief that women and LGBT people cannot be ordained.
A group of 13 students from the Princeton Advocates for Justice traveled to Washington, D.C. on April 21 to meet with members of Congress from both sides of the aisle.
With episodes on hot-button subjects like microaggressions, Barack Obama’s presidential legacy, or the use of the N-word, the new podcast “Woke Wednesdays” does not shy away from controversy. Co-founder William Pugh '20 explained that the club finds value in controversy because there isn't enough dialogue about controversial issues.
Jin Yun Chow '17 and Grant Storey '17 were named the valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively, for the Class of 2017, according to the University press release.
It is always exhilarating to win a title, especially after a long drought. But to win a title in as dominating a fashion as the Tigers this past weekend is a feeling all its own.
In the penultimate weekend of their regular season, the Princeton softball clinched the Ivy League South Division and a spot in the Ivy League championship series after winning three out of four games against Columbia.
Eight students were selected as the winners of the Spirit of Princeton award, according to Deputy Dean of Undergraduate Students Thomas Dunne. Seven winners are seniors and one is a junior.
When Allison Berger ’18 realized that right-of-center women did not have a space of their own on campus, she decided to create one herself. On April 16, the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students and the Undergraduate Student Government approved the creation of a new right-of-center women’s organization led by Berger.
The Undergraduate Student Government discussed amendments regarding Honor Committee appointments and referendum rules in their weekly meeting on April 23.
The results of the Undergraduate Student Government spring 2017 elections were announced on April 21 in an email from USG president Myesha Jemison ’18. The seats up for election were the class officer positions of president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, and social chair, as well as ten spots on the U-Council.
On April 20, the Princeton Unionization Information Committee gave their first presentation advising against unionizing with the American Federation of Teachers. Around two dozen people attended the meeting.
The inaugural edition of the “Princeton Undergraduate Research Journal” was distributed this week to the University community in residences and academic departments. Cofounded by editors-in-chief Yash Patel ’18 and Daniel Liu ’18, the journal aims to provide a wide audience for undergraduate independent work.
R.J. Snell emphasized that he did not want to establish and defend a thesis about the meaning of personhood.
The last time the University updated its website was 2007 — when there were no tablets and few mobile devices. On April 19, the University released a public preview of a new design for its main website. The new website fluidly adapts from a mobile to computer screen. Students, faculty, staff, and other visitors to the site are welcome to provide input and feedback on the new website design.
On April 20, racist flyers were spotted in four places around campus, according to an email sent to University community members. This news comes as similar posters have been found on other college campuses across the country.
“My story is just one story among thousands of Yazidi families,” said Nadia Murad, a human rights activist who was formerly held captive by the Islamic State.
The Office of Information Technology has implemented an additional security measure requiring duo two-factor authentication to access Blackboard. Students will be able to download this update beginning May 8, supplanting the normal duo authentication required to access University-specific documents and services.