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Faculty for “about 60 courses” have expressed interest in incorporating hybrid elements into their teaching this spring, according to Deputy University Spokesperson Michael Hotchkiss.
On Tuesday, November 24, President Eisgruber announced that all undergraduate students would be invited back to campus for the spring 2021 semester. Students will have the choice to return or to continue school at home or off-campus. We spoke with undergraduates to hear their initial thoughts and reactions to the reopening plan.
Sophie Li ’21 was named one of two Rhodes Scholars for Hong Kong on Nov. 22, joining 32 winners from the United States and nearly five dozen more from other countries.
On Nov. 16, the University announced the establishment of the Thomas A. and Currie C. Barron Family Biodiversity Research Challenge Fund to support environmental research on biodiversity.
The University will be the first institutional tenant at New Brunswick’s The Hub, a collaborative site for research, entrepreneurship, and start-up incubation, which aims to make New Jersey a major tech hub.
The University will invite all undergraduate students to campus this spring, according to a message from University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83. Most instruction will remain online, and classes with an in-person component will be offered in a “hybrid” format to accommodate students studying remotely.
Beginning today, the student body will vote on Undergraduate Student Government (USG) candidates and referenda. The Daily Princetonian Editorial Board has endorsed Allen Liu ’22 for USG President, and here endorses both referenda. The Board urges students to vote yes to both Referendum Question 1, asking the University to designate Election Day as an official holiday, and Question 2, to divest from fossil fuels and formal associations with the fossil fuel industry.
This week, students will elect either U-Council Chair Allen Liu ’22 or Academics Chair Christian Potter ’22 as the next Undergraduate Student Government (USG) president. Given Liu’s dedication to expanding mental health resources and Potter’s past failure to advocate for students, The Daily Princetonian Editorial Board endorses Allen Liu for USG President.
This time last year, Charter Club faced a crisis. Confronted with dwindling enrollment, its officer corps and graduate board solicited redesign plans from undergraduates. Several groups put forth proposals, including an idea to turn Charter into a co-op and the ultimately successful plan to reinstate Bicker.
On Nov. 23, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost announced his intent to suspend Cincinnati City Council member P.G. Sittenfeld ’07, who was arrested on Nov. 19 for wire fraud, bribery, and attempted extortion.
The Department of Anthropology recently announced that it will no longer be accepting students for enrollment in the Program in Ethnographic Studies certificate.
During its meeting on Sunday, Nov. 22, the Undergraduate Student Government (USG) voted to approve an amendment to the Constitution of the Honor System changing the structure of elected student membership.
Election night was a uniquely awful experience for me, as I assume it was for many other Americans as well. Not only was it my first time voting, but as the night drew to a close it became clear that we wouldn’t have a result for the next few days, if not longer.
The 'Prince' sits down (separately) with this year's candidates for Undergraduate Student Government President to discuss their platforms, the role of USG in decision-making, and their individual experiences handling some of the key issues of the past year.
After more than six hours of virtual deliberation on Saturday, Nov. 21, The Daily Princetonian’s staff elected Emma Treadway ’22 as the organization’s 145th Editor-in-Chief. Treadway is currently an associate opinion editor.
For Professor Rob Pringle’s 56 students, joining Zoom to find their professor lecturing from his basement would be a lot more surprising than seeing him discuss biodiversity while knee-deep in a lake.