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On Monday, Feb. 18, posters covering male and female bathroom signs appeared outside campus bathrooms in East Pyne Hall, Fine Hall, Lewis Library, Joline Hall, and Blair Hall, among others. Each poster read, “This bathroom has been liberated from the gender binary.”
Journalist Maria Ressa ’86 was arrested last week on the charge of “cyber-libel.” Ressa, the founder and CEO of the online news organization Rappler, was named one of “The Guardians,” the collective recipients of TIME’s 2018 Person of the Year award.
At around 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 20, the University announced that the campus would close due to snow “at noon today for non-essential personnel.”
The Dinky train service from campus to Princeton Junction station is set to return by the end of the second quarter, according to New Jersey Department of Transportation Commissioner Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti.
Sherri Brucks works at Frist Campus Center and interacts with University students during “late meal” every day as part of her job. In spring 2018, Jonathan Haynes ’20 nominated Brucks for doing more than her job — for him, she was a “Hidden Chaplain.”
Five undergraduate students have been selected as 2019 Arthur Liman Fellows in Public Interest Law by the University’s Program in Law and Public Affairs (LAPA), according to an email statement to The Daily Princetonian from LAPA Office Manager Jennifer Bolton on Tuesday, Feb. 19.
Thirty University employees volunteer for the Princeton Fire Department during daytime hours. This support, however, is not enough to rescue the fire department from a dwindling volunteer network.
According to a statement released by the attorney of Vanessa Tyson ’98 on Feb. 14, the University alumna “will meet with members of the Suffolk County District Attorney’s staff and law enforcement to detail her allegations of sexual assault.”
On Sunday, Feb. 17, the Honor Committee released its first official report of aggregate statistics over allegations of misconduct from Fall 2014 to Spring 2018.
According to an email sent to Terrace Club members on Thursday, Feb. 14, Fey Popoola ’20 has resigned as the club’s president.
This past week, the University hosted NPR correspondent Mara Liasson in a public lecture and private lunch.
Several months after the United Nations concluded that Xiyue Wang, a history Ph.D. student imprisoned in Tehran, should be released immediately, the University community will host a “Day of Action” to raise awareness about Wang’s detainment and to call for his immediate release. The Day of Action on Wednesday, Feb. 20, will include a “call-a-thon” at Campus Club and a rally at Chancellor Green Library.
Boredom can help generate creativity, according to Ahmir Khalib Thompson, known professionally as Questlove. On Friday, Feb. 15, Questlove spoke with African American studies professor Imani Perry about music and creativity.
On Thursday, Feb. 14, the University Office of Communications announced that seniors Annabel Barry ’19 and Sydney Jordan ’19 have been named co-recipients for the 2019 Moses Taylor Pyne Honor Prize, “the highest general distinction conferred on an undergraduate.”
Mikaela Gerwin ’19 and Rachel Linfield ’19 have been awarded the Gates Cambridge Scholarship. The scholarship will fund Gerwin and Linfield’s pursuit of graduate studies next year at the University of Cambridge.
The University has been ranked the best LGBTQ+ friendly college by College Consensus, a website that compiles data across many college ranking sites.
Seismic recording stations, used to capture and analyze waves transmitted by earthquakes, have been limited to land usage since their creation. University professors have partnered together to push past that limit and take seismology to the depths of the ocean.
Theodore K. Rabb GS ’61, co-founder of the Humanities 216-219 sequence, prominent historian of early modern Europe, and Professor Emeritus at the University passed away at the age of 81 on Jan. 7.
In a Feb. 13 lecture on Russian-American relations, Professor Emeritus Stephen F. Cohen argued the United States and Russia are engaged in a new Cold War.
Within days of being elected as 2018 Undergraduate Student Government (USG) President, Rachel Yee ’19 combed through The Daily Princetonian archives to compile a list of every USG president since 1953 in an Excel spreadsheet.