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Our employers ask us, “Before we hire you, we want to know — what are your views on women’s rights, given you’re in the Muslim Students Association?”
Our classmates ask us, “As a Muslim, how do you feel about ISIS?”
Our parents ask us, “You haven’t been associating with MSA a lot, have you?”
This is the “us vs.
What if I told you that the University is tracking your every move? It knows whether or not you’re skipping breakfast, which dorm you visit to see a partner, whether you go back to your own room for the night and, if you do, the exact time you get there.If students twenty years ago were asked to turn this information over, they surely would have refused.
Starbucks’s red Christmas cups made national news this season.
Firestone Library has seen hundreds of Princeton seniors make themselves at home among its labyrinthine stacks as they race to finish their theses.
By the Alliance of Jewish ProgressivesFor most of us living on a university campus, the plight of Syrian refugees feels far away.
Currently, the Undergraduate Student Government is considering a series of changes to the rules governing student referenda.
With course selection fast approaching, I am reminded that, as a sophomore, I am left with the inadequate time frame of one more semester to come to terms with the limitations of my skill set, the scope of my academic passions and the professional realities a certain degree might produce for me.
Over Thanksgiving break, my best friend Jeff’s father died. Just two weeks earlier, Jeff’s father was initially diagnosed with stage 4 inoperable kidney cancer.
As the Office of the Dean of the College states, “Princeton University is committed to fairness and transparency in assessment of students’ work and grading practices.” With this admirable goal in mind, the Board believes that the University could take more steps to ensure fairness in grading student work and to improve the overall academic experience.
The school system back in Australia is a little different, especially in how we’re tested and how we’re prepared for the college application process.
In the days after President Obama’s rare Oval Office address to the nation in the wake of the San Bernardino terrorist attack, the Republican presidential candidates’ pushback was predictably racist and horrible.
We often talk about the need for a more inclusive, diverse campus environment, but we unfortunately tend to forget about the town of Princeton when holding those conversations.
In the last week of November, Pope Francis continued to surprise the world with an unprecedented trip to the religiously conservative countries of Kenya, Uganda and — most notably — the war-torn Central African Republic.
It was only a month ago when I first watched the trailer for “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.” By the time the two or so minutes had passed, the grin on my face seemed permanently fixed.
Much has already been expressed about the recent Black Justice League protest, but the backlash over the mandated cultural competency training has really surprised me.
The Black Justice League is demanding to remove Woodrow Wilson’s name from campus institutions, and in doing so they are asking for a divisive legacy to be reconsidered.