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President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 was the only president of a selective, private university on a panel of college leaders invited to the White House to reveal a new Department of Education report, titled “Strategies for Increasing Diversity and Opportunity in Higher Education."
After it was announced Sept. 7 that Dean of the College Jill Dolan will step down at the end of the 2023–24 school year, many are left wondering what the selection process for the position looks like.
For the second year in a row, Opening Exercises were held in front of Nassau Hall, rather than its traditional location of the University Chapel, signaling a historic change in the ceremony that marks the beginning of students’ academic careers.
The Supreme Court struck down affirmative action on Thursday, overhauling almost 40 years of precedent in considering race in admissions.
A major Supreme Court decision with implications for Princeton admissions is looming.
Princeton’s 276th commencement ceremony marked the end of three days of graduation festivities, with speakers urging students to go on to lead considerate and conscientious lives.
Hodding Carter III ’57, a journalist, State Department spokesman during the Iran hostage crisis, and former University trustee died on May 11, after suffering complications from a series of strokes. He was 88.
When she won the Spirit of Princeton award, her reaction was “‘LET’S GOOOOO!!!!!’ followed [by] tears of joy and dancing,” Ryan Champeau told The Daily Princetonian.
More than 10 years ago, history professor William Chester Jordan GS ’73 was walking with a group of students in front of Nassau Hall. As the group approached FitzRandolph Gate, instead of walking straight through the center, the students split and filed out the two side gates, as students tend to do.
The University’s highest-paid officer, Andrew Golden, who has served as President of the Princeton University Investment Company (PRINCO) since 1995, is set to step down from the role in 2024, according to a University press release. Golden will retire on June 30, 2024, after nearly three decades as president.
Five pieces of art linked to Edoardo Almagià ’73, who is currently being investigated for smuggling art into the United States, remain in the Princeton University Art Museum (PUAM).
Editor’s Note: This piece has been updated with comment from Edoardo Almagià.
In a video highlighting the trailblazing nature of her time at Princeton, the Class of 2023 Class Day chairs announced that U.S. Rep. Terri Sewell ’86, a University trustee, would be the 2023 Class Day speaker.
It’s election season on campus yet again — this time, seniors will be casting ballots in the primary election for Young Alumni Trustee (YAT). Out of the 23 members of the Class of 2023 running for the position, the three with the most votes will advance to the general election.
On March 2, graduate students were sent a memo from the Office of the Dean explaining the “process and timeline by which graduate student stipends are set,” and informing the graduate student body that, contrary to information announced in a tweet from the Princeton Graduate Students Union (PGSU) on Feb. 28, there is no planned $5,000 dollar stipend raise for the 2023-2024 academic year. Graduate students will be getting an approximately five percent stipend raise.
Austin Davis ’23 and Ella Gantman ’23 were both awarded the 2023 Pyne Prize, the highest general distinction given to undergraduates. Both will be presented with the award at Alumni Day on Feb. 25.
For six minutes, a rare February tornado disrupted an otherwise placid Tuesday afternoon in Mercer County.
Six months after inflation in the United States hit a four-decade high, the University announced a 2.5 percent midyear salary increase for most faculty, academic professionals and staff on Jan. 31. The salary increase, effective Feb. 1, does not apply to unionized workers working in the dining halls.
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