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Marie-Rose Sheinerman


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USG announces four finalized referenda

The topics of the referenda include environmental sustainability, health threats of computer screen over-exposure, Honor Code violation penalties, and appointment processes for Honor Committee membership.


CPUC meeting discusses PPPL, Ban the Box again

The most tense moment of the Q&A came when Micah Herskind ’19, the former president of SPEAR, pushed Eisgruber on what he sees as the University’s continued valuing of information “from a system we know is racist and classicist.” 


Members discuss BSU, hopes for the organization’s future

Several Black Student Union (BSU) members discuss their experiences with the organization. The group organizes multiple events each year, but BSU leaders hope to increase funding in order to give back to black communities near Princeton, bring more speakers and alumni to campus, and build up a BSU alumni network, among other initiatives.


Three juniors, two sophomores named Liman Fellows

Five undergraduate students have been selected as 2019 Arthur Liman Fellows in Public Interest Law by the University’s Program in Law and Public Affairs. This year, the fellows named include three juniors, Kat Powell ’20, Peter Schmidt ’20, and Audrey Spensley ’20, as well as two sophomores, Amanda Eisenhour ’21 and Leila Ullmann ’21.


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