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The traditional date for high school seniors to learn about their Princeton admission decision, often referred to as “Ivy Day,” usually falls on the weekend of March 28. But an increase in applicants has led the Ivy League, including the University, to push the decision day back to April 6.
Last November, students made public allegations that they had faced discriminatory experiences at the hands of locals during their time on the University’s Novogratz Bridge Year Program. Facing these allegations, Director John Luria brought on the social justice education firm Rested Root Corp to consult on remedial next steps.
On Thursday, Jan. 28, Cecilia Rouse, former dean of the University’s School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) testified to the U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs during her virtual nomination hearing.
Prospect Student Ventures receives $110,000 in University funding, 2887 students return to campus
Dean of the Faculty Sanjeev Kulkarni will step down from his position at the conclusion of the 2021 spring semester, having served since July 2017.
The Princeton Public Library (PPL) announced earlier this week that it would be closed until at least Jan. 31, after a staff member tested positive for COVID-19.
A number of undergraduates and alumni are calling on the University to formally and preemptively abstain from honoring Sen. Ted Cruz ’92’s (R-Texas) legacy on campus. The group is also calling on President Eisgruber to consider revoking Cruz’s degree and calling on Cruz to resign from the Senate.
The University has approved $110,000 to Prospect Student Ventures (PSV), a student-run venture capital fund started in the summer of 2020 by Ayushi Sinha ’20, Kelvin Yu ’22, and Tinashe Handina ’21, which intends to deliver money to the hands of University student entrepreneurs.
On Jan. 19, the College Board announced that it will eliminate the optional essay section from the SAT as well as the SAT subject tests. These moves come after the COVID-19 pandemic rendered traditional standardized test-taking difficult or inaccessible to many high school students.
Two University seniors and one Oxford University student have been awarded the Sachs scholarship, one of the University’s highest awards.
Scholars in the Nation’s Service Announced and Editor-in-Chief Emma Treadway writes to the University community.
On Jan. 20, the University announced that 12 students have been chosen for the Scholars in the Nation’s Service Initiative (SINSI), a program that funds undergraduate summer internships and graduate fellowships in the federal government.
Princeton historians condemn the 1776 Report, and the ‘Prince’ pays tribute to baseball legend Hank Aaron.
The Undergraduate Student Government (USG) Senate met for the final time under the administration of President Chitra Parikh ’21 to vote on referenda position papers and review the year. Members of both the outgoing and incoming administration were invited to attend the meeting.
On Jan. 18, Martin Luther King Jr. Day and just 48 hours before former U.S. President Donald Trump’s term would come to an end, the White House released a long-awaited report by the President’s Advisory 1776 Commission.
Between Saturday, Jan. 16, and Sunday, Jan. 24, approximately 2,887 undergraduate students moved onto campus for the spring semester, taking part in a mandatory University testing and quarantine program to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
After more than 11 months of vacancy in the position, Mitchel Charles ’18 has been named the new Program Coordinator in the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students (ODUS), according to a Jan. 4 University announcement.
Students denounce Sen. Ted Cruz '92, Princeton Planning Board approves new University soccer fields, Arrival Quarantine continues on campus. The latest from The Daily Princetonian.
In its meeting earlier this week, the Undergraduate Student Government (USG) Senate heard an overview of virtual Street Week — the process by which students can join eating clubs this semester — and discussed next steps for implementing two recently-passed referenda.
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