Operations Research and Financial Engineering Department professor John Mulvey was allegedly recorded on video stealing posters for USG presidential candidate Ella Cheng ’16 last month in what appears to be a show of support for former joke candidate Will Gansa ’17. If found guilty, Mulvey could face a sentence of up to five years of hard labor as Cheng's personal assistant, assisting her in whatever endeavors, USG or otherwise, she should choose to pursue. Mulvey told University officials that the signs "were distracting to look at, and he didn’t feel that the USG had permission” to flout its uselessness in front of the entire student body, a police report reads.
The University has advertised for a new Executive Director of the Office of Career Services to“augment the existing strengths of Princeton's current Career Services leadership," according to a posting on the University's jobs website.The job will be a "new senior position" which reports directly to the Vice President for Campus Life and will work with other senior administrators and alumni leaders,according to the announcement posted on the database of open positions.Beverly Hamilton-Chandler is currently the Director of Career Services, the most senior position at the agency presently.
Restructured Gap Year Network aims to clear stigma of leave of absence, help students navigate barriers to taking time off
The Gap Year Network,an Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students-approved club that aims to help students who took gap years transition back into campus life, is expanding its reach.
The Aquinas Institute, a local Catholic chaplaincy that provides services to Princeton students, relocated to a newly-bought house on 24 Charlton St., north of the Friend Center, on Aug.
Renewing efforts to design and pass an ordinance to curb underage drinking in town, local officials and members of the Princeton community have formed a committee to discuss a possible ordinance that would fine minors under the age of 21 caught drinking inside a private residence. The committee, which has met twice so far, consists of representatives from the Princeton Police Department, Princeton High School, parents, Princeton Board of Health, various drug and alcohol prevention organizations, including Corner House and the Princeton Alcohol and Drug Alliance, and the University.