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On Tuesday, former U.S. Representative and Senator Rick Santorum discussed the degradation of “traditional American values." Santorum noted that one particular value – freedom – is equally important for both members of the Left and Right, especially among modern youth.
Among the many events Princeton Advocates for Justice — and the Princeton Clay Project — host to bring awareness to activist and other progressive causes was the table in Frist Campus Center on Apr. 6 in an effort to harness student sentiment welcoming refugees.
The University’s Office of Alumni Affairs has announced that candidates Aleksandra Czulak ’17, Andrew Sun ’17, and Achille Tenkiang ’17 have passed the primary round of the Young Alumni Trustee Election and will move on to the General Election, to be held from May 2 to May 24, according to a press release from Cathy Phillips. The election results were verified and confirmed by an election services company hired to run the election.
At a lecture on Feb. 23, Kenneth Rogoff, professor of economics at Harvard University, discussed the idea of moving to a society with less cash, which forms the basis of his new book, “The Curse of Cash."
The University’s Program in Law and Public Affairs hosted a public forum covering the interpretation and ramifications of executive orders enacted by President Donald Trump Feb. 21. Among the speakers present were LAPA Fellow and visiting scholar from UC Berkeley Professor Kathryn Abrams, Edward S. Sanford’s Professor Amaney Jamal, the Wilson School’s Professor Robert Keohane, and University Muslim Life Coordinator Sohaib Sultan. LAPA Fellow Professor of Politics Paul Frymer moderated the discussion.
The University’s Dillon Gymnasium, constructed in 1947 and home to renowned athletes such as Bill Bradley ’65, gold-winning captain of the 1964 US Olympic basketball team and former U.S. senator, celebrates its seventieth anniversary this year.
Two on-campus robberies were reported this past week, according to the Department of Public Safety.
A fire on Witherspoon Street extensively damaged the building complex comprising the More Café, Sakura Express, and the Village Silver this afternoon.
Andrew Appel, Eugene Higgins Professor of Computer Science, recently testified before Congress regarding security at the polls. In his testimony, Appel noted key areas of concern — voting machines and voting procedure, in particular — that could impact the validity of the election results.
Last week, Boston’s Local 26, a labor union, called for a strike by Harvard University Dining Services staff. The 600 or so protesters voiced their discontent with low wages and proposed changes to benefits offered to workers by Harvard.
Subhash Khot GS ’03, an alumnus of the University’s graduate computer science program, has received the MacArthur Fellowship for his pioneering work in computational complexity.
Alison Gray, a postdoctoral fellow at the program in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, presented her work on the ongoing Southern Ocean Carbon and Climate Observations and Modeling program in a lecture Monday afternoon.