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Five University seniors have been awarded the Schwarzman Scholarship for 2023, which will fund the cost of graduate study at Tsinghua University in Beijing. The Schwarzman Scholars will pursue a one-year master’s program in global affairs.
Dr. Uyi Stewart, Chief Data and Technology Officer at Data.org, spoke on the global digital divide and the power to use data science for social impact during a campus lecture on Wednesday, Nov. 16.
In recent years, many higher education institutions, including Princeton University, have begun publicly acknowledging the fact that they exist upon and benefit from the land of Indigenous peoples.
Former faculty members of Princeton’s Department of Economics Ben Bernanke and Philip Dybvig were awarded the 2022 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences on Monday, Oct. 10.
Fizz and Sidechat, two competing private anonymous discussion apps, made their way to campus during the first few weeks of the semester. Both apps have recruited students to promote their respective platforms by offering free merchandise, such as hats, t-shirts, or money to those who post about them on social media.
Congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman (D-N.J.), who represents New Jersey’s 12th Congressional District, which includes Princeton and parts of Mercer County, was one of 17 members of Congress arrested outside the Supreme Court during an abortion rights rally on July 19.
Amina Ahmad ’22, Justin Curl ’22, and Katie Dykstra ’22, as well as alumni Edric Huang ’18 and Nick Keeley ’16, have been awarded the Schwarzman Scholarship, which will fund their graduate study at Tsinghua University in Beijing in 2022.
In an email sent by Vice President for Campus Life Rochelle Calhoun on Nov. 30, the University provided additional details about COVID-19 guidelines for undergraduate students. These new policies come following a University announcement on Nov. 27 introducing campus-wide policy changes amid a semester-high rate of COVID-19 cases.
The Princeton Health Department, in partnership with University Health Services (UHS), held a student COVID-19 vaccine clinic at Jadwin Gymnasium on Thursday, April 29.
Spring Elections for several Undergraduate Student Government (USG) positions include only five contested races, four of which are races for 2024 class government positions.
A recent set of experiments led by mechanical and aerospace engineering professor Howard Stone investigated the effect of plexiglass barriers on airflow and virus transmission, highlighted in a recent segment on Good Morning America.
The cultural arts festival Communiversity 2020 has been cancelled, the Arts Council of Princeton announced earlier this week.
University Health Services (UHS) recently updated the terms of its Student Health Plan (SHP), which cover referrals and various benefits, including temporarily increasing coverage for some services, especially those relating to COVID-19. These changes will apply to all students on the SHP.
A study co-authored by a University research scholar that predicted as many as 250 million people in India could become infected with COVID-19 has gained attention in Indian media outlets.
The University will add the pass/D/fail (PDF) option to all undergraduate courses, according to an announcement from Dean of the College Jill Dolan. Decisions to move individual classes to PDF-only will be made on a course-by-course basis.
All spring writing seminars will be pass/D/fail (PDF) only, according to an email sent by Director of the Writing Center Dr. Amanda Irwin Wilkins on Friday, March 20.