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The University’s directive for the overwhelming majority of students to depart campus has left classrooms, libraries, and public spaces deserted — over 90 percent of the undergraduate population has packed up and returned home for the rest of the semester.
The Daily Princetonian is tracking all confirmed COVID-19 cases in New Jersey, with particular attention paid to Princeton.
Dear Princeton seniors,
Starting college is at times stressful, but it’s also tremendously exciting. For what it’s worth, our editors have some advice to share on navigating campus life!
Editor-in-Chief: Marcia Brown ’19
President Trump noted on Twitter today that the University’s Annual Giving campaign has had its most successful year yet. He also appeared to take some credit for alumni donations through this campaign, and promised there was “MUCH MORE TO COME!!”
In a move that few expected, President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 announced that from Jan. 32 onwards, the U.S. Congress will be owned by the University and will operate as a branch of the University.
On Thursday, Dec. 21, President Trump presented U.S. Army First Lieutenant Victor Prato ’15 with the Purple Heart. Trump visited Prato at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Md., where Prato is receiving treatment for his injuries.
With the start of this semester, we, the editors of The Daily Princetonian, welcome applications for our Opinion pages. From first-year students starting their second week of classes to graduate students nearing a dissertation, all voices matter to us, and we want to hear from you. The ‘Prince’ is the largest and most prominent platform on campus for open and civil discourse and is read by students, faculty, administrators, and alumni everywhere.
To the Princeton community and administration,
*This piece provides satirical advice for moving to Princeton.
C-SPAN released its third annual survey of presidential leadership by historians. The survey polled 91 historians, include three University historians, to rank the “43 former occupants of the White House on ten attributes of leadership,” according to a press release from Media Relations Specialist Robin Newton.
The Monday night finale of NBC’s “The New Celebrity Apprentice” crowned doctor-turned-stand-up comedian Matt Iseman ’93 the program's latest winner by host Arnold Schwarzenegger. Iseman beat out singer Boy George.
After former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn’s surprise resignation Monday, three people have come under consideration for his replacement, including retired general and former CIA director David Petraeus MPA ’85 Ph.D. ’87.
A student participant in the 2015 Black Justice League demonstrations on the legacy of Woodrow Wilson, Class of 1879, sent University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 an email entitled “On Woodrow Wilson, Trump, and White Supremacy.” University trustees were copied on the message. The student wrote the letter in light of Yale President Peter Salovey's decision to change the name of Yale's Calhoun College, in response to controversy surrounding the college’s name.
Yale University decided to change the name of the controversial Calhoun College after a report was published from Yale’s Committee to Establish Principles on Renaming, and after years of debate and protest on its campus, according to a press release from Yale. The college name will now honor Grace Murray Hopper, who earned her M.A. from Yale in 1930 and her Ph.D. from Yale in 1934.
In an email to most sophomores and the residential college listservs, Kyle Berlin ’18 and Sofia Hiltner ’17 announced St. Archibald’s League, a response to the Bicker process. Sophomores participate in Bicker in order to join one of the six selective eating clubs; five other eating clubs are sign-in, based on a first-come, first-serve basis.
The University’s new Rutgers-Princeton Center for Computational Cognitive Neuropsychiatry will use computational modeling to understand psychiatric diseases, according to a University press release. Opening later in February, the center “aims to improve the diagnosis of mental disorders, better predict their progression and eventually aid in developing treatments.”
First Lady of the United States Melania Trump reached a settlement on Feb. 7 in a libel lawsuit filed against blogger Webster Tarpley ’66, who claimed that Trump worked as an escort.