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In December 2009, the University drew criticism when it fired then-Associate Dean of the College Frank Ordiway ’81, who oversaw postgraduate fellowship advising. Ordiway’s firing prompted numerous statements of support from the University community, including support from past scholarship winners and a letter to the Daily Princetonian signed by 34 faculty members expressing their “deep disappointment” with his departure.
Despite the entrance of the first non-selective class of undergraduate Wilson School majors this year, similar interdisciplinary majors at Yale University are not currently considering similar alterations to their application processes.
The present round of Israeli-Palestinian peace talks have potential to finally establish a two-state solution, said Jeremy Ben-Ami ’84, the president and founder of J Street,a U.S. advocacy group that promotes a diplomatic end to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, in a lectureon Tuesdayafternoon. He said a two-state solution would bethe best option for everyone involved.
Jeremy Ben-Ami’84 spoke on campus Tuesday afternoon about the present-day politics of a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.Ben-Ami, the founder and president of advocacy group J Street, spoke to The Daily Princetonian about changes in the political climate on campus, particularly regarding Israel-Palestine.
Colleges and universities nationwide have “betrayed” victims of rape and sexual assault by failing to punish perpetrators of rape, forensic scientist David Lisak said in a lecture at the University on Friday. He advocated a greater emphasis on bystander intervention than is seen in most college sexual assault prevention programs.
University of Massachusetts professor David Lisak is a clinical psychologist who studies interpersonal violence.Prior to the first session of Lisak's three-part lecture on sexual assault at Princeton, The Daily Princetonian spoke with him on Princeton’s sexual assault statistics in relation to nationwide statistics.
When Franklin Odo ’61 GS ’75 bickered the Ivy Club, he alluded to the beaches in his native Hawaii and hinted that he had surfed its waves.
Heritage Foundation fellowRyan T. Anderson ’04 argued for a traditional conception of marriage as a union between one man and one woman in an event sponsored by the Anscombe Society and the American Whig-Cliosophic Society on Thursday evening. About 30 students assembled outside of McCosh 50 before the talk in support of same-sex marriage.
Less than a year and a half after the the University first began offering online courses through the massive online education platform Coursera, one of its first and most popular courses will be discontinued.
Dean of the Graduate School William Russel announced Wednesday he will step down at the end of this academic year. Russel led the school for 11 years.
Every September, politics professor Robert George joins recent alumni, conservative students and conservative faculty members to hold a panel discussion that poses one, seemingly unanswerable question: “Princeton: Most Conservative Ivy?”
During their four years of study, many University students rely on 5-hour ENERGY to stay on top of their workload. But after just one year of study, the creator of the ubiquitous caffeine and vitamin drink left the University for a different kind of education.
An Occupy Wall Street forum held on Friday centered on the justification for the Occupy Wall Street movement and its goals and consequences, beginning with statements by the eight participants and ending with questions from the audience.
Women entrepreneurs and venture capitalists discussed their personal experiences and the environment women entrepreneurs face today before a crowd of mostly community members on Wednesday.
Bruce Easop ‘13 has won the USG presidency in a runoff election against USG vice president Catherine Ettman ‘13, USG president Michael Yaroshefsky ‘12 announced in an email to the student body early Friday evening.
Wilson School professor Daniel Kurtzer, former U.S. ambassador to Israel and Egypt, and politics professor Amaney Jamal discussed the reasons the United States should take action on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in a public forum on Tuesday.
Andrew Blumenfeld ’13 has won the second and final seat on the La Canada Unified School District governing board, according to updated election results posted Friday afternoon.
With the support of various Asian-American student organizations, faculty and alumni, a group of students is working to establish an Asian-American studies certificate program at the University.
For students who struggle in the traditional school setting, the Princeton Learning Cooperative, in its first full year, offers an alternative method of education based on individual student needs.
Cincinnati City Council member P.G. Sittenfeld ’07 became the youngest Cincinnati city council member ever when he won the election with 30,474 votes, the second-highest number of votes, last Tuesday.