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Community members reflect on implications of Town Council commission consolidations: Your Daily ‘Prince’ briefing
Last week saw the first major snowfall of the year while classes were in session, with snowstorms occurring beginning the morning of Tuesday, Feb. 13 and continuing through the early hours of Saturday, Feb. 17.
A dryer in the laundry room of Forbes College Main caught fire around 3 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 18. The main building was evacuated, and the room — one of two laundry rooms in Forbes — is currently out of service.
Breaking from the regular menu, Campus Dining staff cooked and served family meals for “Theme Dinners” held across residential dining halls on Thursday, Feb. 8.
Following a Jan. 25 letter from the free speech group Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression (FIRE) and the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), Princeton updated the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page for No Communication Orders and No Contact Orders (NCOs) a day later on Jan. 26. The new FAQ page reflects the Dec. 2023 change in NCO policy, which narrowed the circumstances under which NCOs can be obtained.
Princeton released its third annual Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) report on Monday, Jan. 29. The report includes new disability-related data and highlights a commitment to a diverse student body and faculty.
After 18 months of construction, phase one of the new Class of 1986 Fitness and Wellness Center opened Monday, Jan. 29. The opening of the Recreational Pool, which was initially scheduled to reopen alongside the central fitness area, has been delayed until Friday, Feb. 16 due to “unforeseen circumstances.” Aside from the pool, the first of the three phases of renovations was completed on schedule.
With winter break approaching, students across campus making plans, which often include traveling back home, staying on campus for Wintersession, and visiting friends across the world. For some international students, however, these plans are often arranged much earlier in the semester, usually around the time the final exam schedule is released. The Daily Princetonian spoke with five international students to see how and when they plan for winter break.
Charter Club has announced plans to expand the club alongside the University’s goal to expand the student body. Project 79, the Charter expansion project, will ensure the clubhouse “has the capacity to serve the present membership and accommodate growth,” according to the plans released by Charter this semester. Members celebrated the plan’s kickoff in the Great Room at the clubhouse on Oct. 20, 2023, though no concrete timeline has been announced.
Postdocs launch unionization effort at rally
As part of the ongoing campus construction plans, there is a ten-year project involving the updating and replacement of dorm furniture. University spokesperson Michael Hotchkiss wrote in an email to The Daily Princetonian that, during the summer, “over 1,000 units casegood furniture sets and in-suite living room furniture” were installed in Rockefeller and Mathey colleges.
“Constructive Campus Conversations” with SPIA Dean Amaney Jamal
Mochinut and Ani Ramen shut down after severe health code violations
Princeton's Political Groups in Action