Robert P. George, Professor of Politics, recently launched an online petition calling upon U.S. News & World Report to take “freedom of speech and viewpoint diversity” into their rankings of institutions of higher education.
The Dinky resumed full service on Sunday, May 12.
The CPUC meeting included talk on room draw, Wintersession, and a Ban the Box walk-out.
Investigators working on the 30-year-old unsolved murder of Emily “Cissy” Stuart, a resident of the Princeton township, recently revealed that they have long had two primary suspects in the case: two men who were teenaged University students at the time and familiar with Stuart.
The NJ Transit announced in a Feb. 27 press release the Princeton Branch, or Dinky, line will return on Friday, May 24, in time for the end of the University’s academic year.
The Princeton Dinky, which was “temporarily discontinued” on Oct. 14 and expected to return in late January, will now remain out of commission until mid-2019 at the earliest.
Two University seniors, Jonah Herzog-Arbeitman ’19 and Myrial Holbrook ’19, as well as Ararat Gocmen, a 2017 Princeton alumnus, have been named 2019 Marshall Scholars.
On Nov. 10, Ans Nawaz ’21 sent an email to the Butler Buzz listserv with the subject line, “PSA: Stop Leaving Literal Sh*t!” The body of the email lambasted the person responsible for defecating in the third floor kitchen of 1976 Hall and implored them to take their bowel movements to a more appropriate locale.
The buses that have been substituting for the Princeton Dinky since Oct. 14 are leaving commuters behind and causing them to miss their train connections, due to their maximum capacity of 63 people in comparison with the Dinky train’s 119.
Molecular biology concentrator Samvida Sudheesh Venkatesh ’19, known for her relentless and humble approach to her scientific research, was awarded a 2019 Rhodes Scholarship on Oct. 26. Her friends, professors, and mentors consistently said they are not surprised that she was honored with such a recognition.