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Less than two days ago, Princeton administrators described a universal mask mandate as a possibility that “remains to be seen.” Today, the University implemented exactly that: an indoor mask mandate for all vaccinated and unvaccinated students, faculty, and staff.
The fall semester will be “fully in-person” with “no option for remote learning,” Dean of the College Jill Dolan assured around 300 students gathered for a virtual town hall on Monday.
After a two week wait, Princeton finally has its first gold medalist of the Tokyo Olympics.
On April 9, students sat down under canopies outside the Center for Jewish Life (CJL) for the community’s first outdoor Shabbat, a world away from the weekly Zoom Shabbats of the previous spring.
Partially backtracking on guidance issued last month, the University will require unvaccinated students, faculty, and staff to wear masks indoors on campus this fall.
The Daily Princetonian’s coverage hasn't always thrilled every University constituent. From our February investigation of allegations against a professor to the many opinions on divestment, our coverage is often critical. That's part of our role. We cover events and people as they are, and we hold institutions of power to account. We’ve both criticized and praised as we seek to make our campus — and the world it impacts — a more equal and inclusive place. First and foremost, we are accountable to our readers and to the truth they deserve.
In 1988, Asian American students met with then-University-President Harold Shapiro GS ’64 to request an Asian-American studies program. 30 years, one sit-in, a 14-page report, and 692 signatures later, the University approved the creation of an Asian American Studies certificate program in April 2018.
On Friday in Tokyo, three former Princeton teammates competed against each other in the Olympic men’s eight rowing final.
Welcome to the Great Class of 2025! As students quickly find out, Princeton has an abundance of resources, advice for navigating academics to tips for managing relationships with peers. With all that the University has to offer, it’s easy to feel like you’ll forget something.
After nearly a week of competition, Princeton finally has its first medalist of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
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Team USA Olympian Gevvie Stone ’07 and her teammate Kristina Wagner have finished fifth in the women’s double sculls final at the Tokyo Olympics. The pair qualified for the event after finishing third in their semifinal.
Last week, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed Laura Wooten’s Law. Named after a former University employee who was the longest continuously-serving poll worker in the United States, the legislation requires that all middle school students in the state receive instruction in civics.
Egyptian foil fencer Mohamed Hamza, a rising junior, upset two former world championship medalists on his way to a top-eight finish in individual men’s foil at the Tokyo Olympic Games.
The Daily Princetonian and the American Whig-Cliosophic Society present "Reporting on the Supreme Court," a panel event on Monday, July 19 from 8-9 p.m. EDT.
Content Warning: This article includes descriptions of alleged sexual misconduct.
The University will permit unrestricted domestic travel for the fall semester and Wintersession, according to a Wednesday email to students from Associate Provost for International Affairs and Operations Aly Kassam-Remtulla. The suspension on international travel for undergraduate students, however, will continue, with one exception for students traveling to and from approved Study Abroad programs.
The following letter from the editor was included in our annual frosh issue, which is mailed out to the incoming class each year. Browse the accompanying website here.
Our world is filled with fascinating and interesting topics that many of us do not understand to their fullest extent. In an attempt to help bridge that gap in understanding, The Daily Princetonian has taken on the task of collecting questions from Princeton students about everyday topics to be answered by Princeton students that are passionate about these subjects. In this episode, we explore the stock market and investment with Ryan Jiang ’23.