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Last month, The Daily Princetonian published an investigation regarding classics professor Joshua Katz’s alleged inappropriate conduct with three female students. Following this report, Katz acknowledged that he engaged in a relationship with a student that violated University rules, resulting in a yearlong, unpaid suspension.
Last week marked a year since our education moved online. The last 12 months have been chaotic, trying, and seemingly unending.
We at the Puzzles team believe that Princeton’s two-day spring break was far too small, so we went ahead and took the whole week off last week. We’re back this Tuesday with another new constructor of the puzzle — Ava Milberg gives us an excellent theme for Women’s History Month that’ll have you singing three cheers for Old Nassau. Keep reading for hints on tricky clues, comments on the theme, and thoughts from the constructor.
The University recently announced that sworn Department of Public Safety (DPS) officers will begin wearing body cameras at all times starting later this spring. At this week's Undergraduate Student Government (USG) Senate meeting, representatives from DPS presented on the policy.
PSAFE officers to wear body cameras; Avi Wigderson GS ’83 awarded Abel Prize
Mathematician and theoretical computer scientist Avi Wigderson GS ’83 was awarded the 2021 Abel Prize, a prestigious honor awarded by the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters that is widely considered to be the equivalent of a Nobel Prize in the field of mathematics.
University police officers under the Department of Public Safety (PSAFE) will begin wearing body cameras this spring, in accordance with state regulations.
College students, particularly those at universities like Princeton, are typically transient residents. Establishing roots in a community takes time and effort, both of which seem to be barriers in the town of Princeton according to popular perception. Locals often quip that students are rarely, if ever, seen more than a block or two north of Nassau Street.
When my parents came to visit me over spring break, my father told me just how lucky I am to be attending Princeton. Not only am I lucky to call myself a student at an Ivy League, he said, but I am lucky to be going here for a price more manageable than almost any other university would have offered me nationally.
Welcome to Tiger Town Treats — a new Prospect series where I compare delicious snacks ’n sips from local businesses, so you know where to go to satisfy that one craving or reward yourself after that rough p-set!
This week, students on spring break enjoyed sunny weather and took a short breather from the semester.
The hour-long premiere of “Avatar: The Last Airbender” (2005) debuted 16 years ago, yet here we are in 2021, still reflecting over both its thematic depth. The film masterfully engages with contemporary topics such as nationalism and propaganda in its exploration of the Fire and Earth Nations — and offers meaningful character development, both internal and external, as we navigated the spectacular character arcs of Katara and Zuko.
A lab led by molecular biology professor Yibin Kang reported the discovery of a new organelle involved in cancer metastasis — the late-stage spread of cancer tumors throughout the body — early this month in Nature Cell Biology.
Latest: President Eisgruber addresses Atlanta attacks, University-sponsored travel will remain suspended, activism at Princeton
Following mass shootings in Atlanta, Ga., University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 released a statement condemning the reported rise in violence, discrimination, and xenophobia against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.
During his time at Princeton, Charlie Volker ’19 was an All-Ivy football and track athlete. But after graduation, he left those sports behind in favor of something entirely new: Bobsledding. Daybreak sat down with Volker to talk about his transition to the sport, his training, and his hopes for making it to the Beijing Olympics in 2022.
If Zach Wahls GS ’18 hadn’t gotten out of babysitting duty and Chloe Angyal ’09 hadn’t been assigned to blogging duty a few days later, they wouldn’t have been meeting with a wedding planner moments before their interview with The Daily Princetonian ten years later.