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Why you should vote for Referendum No. 3

We are excited that students now have the opportunity to vote during next week’s USG elections cycle to eliminate standard penalty and create an Honor System with penalties that are more commensurate with the severity of violations.

A word on accountability

The categorical prohibition of all relations between faculty and graduate students whose academic enterprises are unrelated is, at best, misguided.

Affirming SHARE as survivor-centered space, distinct and detached from Title IX

We want you to know that we hear you and want to support you to the best of our ability. We believe that every person deserves to be safe, respected, and happy on this campus, and we are here to listen to you always. If we can provide any other information that would be helpful, answer any questions, or address any concerns you may have that are currently unaddressed, including any you may have about your experience(s) with SHARE, we welcome further conversation. 

Why we’re striking

Today, we must look beyond the environmental impacts of our personal choices to consider the responsibilities we have as a community of young people and as members of an academic institution.

Capitalism and Princeton dance companies


What boosts ticket sales? Prestige. Dance companies understand that your time and financial resources are limited, so we want you to spend them on our show. We need you to care because that’s how we survive. In the spring there are multiple shows every weekend, and we want you to know that ours is the best. 

In solidarity with Vanessa Tyson '98

This week, we have been disappointed by the leadership of  Virginia. The failures of Governor Northam, Lieutenant Governor Fairfax, and Attorney General Herring serve as a reminder that we need more  women, people of color, and especially women of color in office.

What students should know about Honor Code reform

On a final note, we want to reiterate how thankful we are for the continual student engagement on this issue. Because of the clear and resounding message the student body sent to the campus leadership, students have been able to drive a profound and positive transformation in the way that our Honor System operates.


Film -- The Humanism in "Her"

By: Barbara ZhanThe premise of “Her” is that a lonely man named Theodore, played in an extraordinarily nuanced performance by Joaquin Phoenix, falls ... Read More