Westminster Choir College, whose parent school is Rider University, will be sold to a buyer in order to keep the college open and on its campus in Princeton, Rider announced today.
Members of the dining staff of all six residential colleges used cots brought over from Dillon Gym to sleep. According to one staff member, this is not the first time dining hall staffers have slept on campus in preparation for a storm or other inclement weather event. In previous instances, one staff member said, workers have slept in Dillon Gym.
In a lawsuit filed in federal court in New Jersey on March 9, former University graduate student John Doe alleges that the University did not take his case of sexual assault and attempted suicide seriously enough.
An estimated 200 students waited in line to buy tickets at Frist Campus Center for the Ivy League Basketball Tournament to be held March 11-12 at the Palestra in Philadelphia.
In an unprecedented civic engagement event, University affiliates organized to create yesterday’s Day of Action, hundreds of students converged in Frist Campus Center to participate in what organizers called a “day of Teach-ins and Action.” Sixty-four teach-ins, hour-long discussions, and teaching sessions centered around a certain topic were conducted on issues such as civil rights, democracy and knowledge, international peace and security, as well as climate and environmental challenges.
President Donald Trump’s updated travel ban executive order affects populations from 6 countries.
The degree of polarization – especially among media outlets – is at a zenith, Tom Weber ’89 asserted at the Princeton Social Media Day.
For two days in Frist Campus Center, students ran a bone marrow match swabbing drive at a central table.
In a critique of The New York Times' new motto “The truth is more important now than ever,” Tim Carney contends that the truth matters now more than it did from January 2009 to January 2017. “In other words, the truth matters less before Donald Trump was president,” Carney said, noting that he was being “very semantic.” In an event co-sponsored by the Princeton Progressive, Princeton Tory, and the American Whig-Cliosophic Society, Carney, an editor at the Washington Examiner, delivered a lecture and answered questions for around 25 students in Whig Hall. While nearly every seat was filled, only two women were in attendance. Carney is a visiting fellow at the American Enterprise Institute and the author of "The Big Ripoff: How Big Business and Big Government Steal Your Money" as well as "Obamanomics."