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And when these walls in dust are laid,With reverence and aweAnother throng shall breathe our song,In praise of Old NassauAs soon as I leave Princeton, these centuries-old walls will forget me.Well that’s not strictly true.
Many seniors spend their time, especially during the glorious month of May that came too fast or not fast enough, reminiscing on what we did at Princeton.
Since March 2011, Syria has been plagued by conflict. The United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) estimates that at least 250,000 Syrians have died, over four million have fled internationally, and over six million have been internally displaced.
By the time you read this column, the pastel-colored destruction wrought by Lawnparties will have been cleaned up, and the throbbing pulse of the bands will have already faded away.
By Kristin Brennan '96, as published in the "Daily Princetonian" on May 1, 1996 Editor's note: In light of recent campus events and discussion around diversity and distribution requirements, the Daily Princetonian revisits a similar debate from two decades ago. The anniversary meeting of the Nassau Hall sit-in for ethnic studies dispelled some fears that I had had about the organizers' intentions, and convinced me that the organizers are indeed committed to a definition of 'diversity' that does not mean 'separate' or 'ghettoized.' My greatest concern about the ethnic studies movement, on this campus and elsewhere, is that it has the potential to be either a powerful instrument for inclusion or a powerful instrument for division.
In an email last week, Head of Wilson College Eduardo Cadava announced that he would accept the recommendation of anad-hoc Student Advisory Committeeand remove the mural of University and U.S.
For many admitted students, Princeton Preview is the official introduction to the University’s campus.
In an unprecedented and landmark decision, Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew announced on April 20 plans to remove Andrew Jackson from the 20 dollar bill.
In the wake of the protests this fall, President Eisgruber wrote Wilson College Head Eduardo Cadava, asking him to consider removing the image of Woodrow Wilson in the Wilcox dining hall.
College students in the United States are involved in political activism now more than any other time in the last 50 years.According to a recent survey conducted by UCLA, more students are committed to social justice now than since the height of the Civil Rights Movement.
On April 11, President Eisgruber announced that the University has decided to discontinue the sprint football program.Princeton sprint football, until two weeks ago, was mostly notable for its comically tragic win-loss record: in 18 consecutive seasons, it has had no wins.
The National Labor Relations Board is currently considering a petitionfrom the Graduate Workers of Columbia University (GWC), a graduate student union, to be officially recognized as a collective bargaining unit, legally entitled to negotiate with Columbia on behalf of graduate students.