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It’s 2 a.m. A pop-house remix of Gloria Gaynor’s “I Will Survive” is playing loud enough to make your teeth chatter. And the pride of Princeton diving is plunging into a crowd of 600-odd fully vaccinated, mostly queer, and scarcely clothed partygoers in Midtown Manhattan.
On Monday, the University released draw times for the most conventional room draw since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. This year will be the first under the University’s plan to fully implement a four-year residential college system, allowing upperclass students to live in residential college housing without purchasing a University meal plan. Further, this room draw cycle is the first to feature dorms in New College East (NCE) and New College West (NCW) — additions that present the University with an unprecedented housing lottery.
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Princeton University filed its response to a lawsuit from Xiyue Wang GS on Jan. 24. Along with his wife, Hua Qu GS ’21, the doctoral student is suing the University for “severe personal injuries and other irreparable harm” through “grossly negligent acts” following over three years in an Iranian prison.
In 2017, Princeton accepted 101 undergraduate students from its waitlist.
Xiyue Wang GS and his wife Hua Qu GS ’21 filed suit against Princeton in November 2021, alleging the University caused him “severe personal injuries and other irreparable harm” through “grossly negligent acts.”
Republicans picked up 15 new state legislative seats this year across New Jersey and Virginia. Democrats? Just one. Senator-elect Andrew Zwicker, Ph.D.
On Nov. 15, the University announced the creation of the Effron Center for the Study of America — a massive expansion of the Program in American Studies. The Center comes as a result of a major donation to the University from Blair Effron ’84 and Cheryl Cohen Effron.
The Princeton Club of New York may soon lose its nine-story Manhattan clubhouse after defaulting on $39.3 million of mortgage debt. The building is set to be sold to the highest bidder. Boasting event spaces, athletic facilities, and two restaurants, among other amenities, the organization has lost roughly one-third of its 6,000 dues-paying members since the start of the pandemic. The Club is open to University alumni, students, faculty, and administrators in addition to individuals affiliated with 15 other educational institutions.
David Card GS ’83 won the 2021 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences on Monday, along with Joshua Angrist GS ’89 and Guido Imbens. For the first time ever, five University affiliates have won a Nobel Prize in one year.
For the first time in history, five individuals affiliated with the University have been honored with the Nobel Prize in a single year, as graduate alumni David Card GS ’83 and Joshua D. Angrist GS ’89 shared the 2021 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences.
The Woodrow Wilson Honorary Debate Panel (WWHDP) has been the subject of contention and student activism of late, as the American Whig-Cliosophic Society (Whig-Clio) subsidiary reckons with the legacy of its namesake.
Seeking to comply with University COVID-19 safety regulations and the need for social distancing, Campus Dining has changed its offerings considerably since last March, evoking mixed reviews from the student body.
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President-elect Joe Biden intends to nominate Cecilia Rouse, Dean of the School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA), to chair the Council of Economic Advisers (CEA). If confirmed by the Senate, Rouse would be the first woman of color to chair the Council.
Of legacy respondents, 75.8 percent were admitted early; that figure rose to 92 percent for recruited athletes.
The survey also revealed sweeping support for Black Lives Matter, #MeToo, and widely-accessible abortion services.
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The University will release plans regarding undergraduate instruction for Fall 2020 on July 2, notes an email to all rising first-year students in First College on Monday afternoon. The message to rising first-year students also appears on the First College website.