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From Jan. 22 to Jan. 25, world leaders in all fields, including a delegation of University faculty, met in Davos-Klosters, Switzerland, for this year’s World Economic Forum (WEF), themed “Globalization 4.0.” Dozens of political and business leaders, celebrities, economists, scientists, and journalists met to discuss the problems facing the modern world.
Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell ’75 has recently found himself embroiled in a controversy surrounding federal interest rates with President Donald Trump. The two men have sparred pointedly on the topic, largely differing in their approaches to sustaining growth in an economy that is strong but not immune to a slowdown in 2019.
Quadrangle Club president Daniel Pallares Bello ’20 recently announced that the club will now guarantee that students on full financial aid will not need to pay any out-of-pocket costs for membership. Pallares Bello hopes that low-income students will no longer face financial obstacles to club membership.
On Jan. 17, the University Office of Communications announced that the renovations for Nassau Hall’s clock tower had been completed in December, three months ahead of schedule. The scaffolding, which has obstructed the building since last June, has finally been removed to reveal a brand new cupola adorned with refurbished clocks and a new weather vane.
On Friday, Feb. 1, New Jersey Senator Cory Booker announced he is running for president, becoming the fourth Democratic senator to join the crowded 2020 field.
Colonial Club will be closed until the end of Intersession after a broken water pipe caused water damage in part of the building on Tuesday afternoon.
In its last meeting under the current administration, the Undergraduate Student Government discussed Wintersession and end-of-term reflections during its weekly meeting on Jan. 20.
Men’s basketball standout Devin Cannady ’19 has been arrested after he allegedly swung at a Department of Public Safety officer in Wawa early morning on Friday, Jan. 18, according to The Trentonian.
University alumnus and founder of the Vanguard Group John Clifton “Jack” Bogle ’51 passed away in his home in Bryn Mawr, Pa. on Wednesday, Jan. 16 at the age of 89.
On Thursday, Jan. 10, 32-year-old Afriyie Knight of Princeton Junction, N.J., was arrested after he was seen taping a knife to his leg in the treehouse area of the Lewis Library building.
Leaders of the Eastern Orthodox Church have filed a federal lawsuit against the University over four historic religious manuscripts that date to the Byzantine era.
On Thursday, Jan. 3, Sadaf Jaffer became New Jersey’s first South Asian woman — and the United States’ first Pakistani-American woman — to serve as a mayor.
On Dec. 21, 2018, the Office of Communications announced in a statement that the University joined 65 other colleges and universities in public support of a lawsuit defending international students, professors, and researchers from a new federal visa policy which took effect in August.
Protesters gathered in the town of Princeton on Saturday, Jan. 12, to protest against white supremacy — even when the white supremacists themselves were nowhere to be seen.
A Twitter account belonging to the New Jersey European Heritage Association (NJEHA), a white supremacist organization, issued a statement Friday afternoon that the group’s demonstration planned for Saturday, Jan. 12, allegedly is a hoax and will not occur.
The New Jersey European Heritage Association (NJEHA), a white supremacist organization, plans to hold a demonstration at noon on Saturday, Jan. 12, in Palmer Square, drawing counter-protests from members of the University and the town at large.
The University has renamed and added more students to its Bridge Year Program. According to a University statement released Wednesday, Jan. 9, after receiving a generous endowment from Michael Novogratz ’87 and Sukey Cáceres Novogratz ’89, the program will now accept 42 students each year instead of the previous 35.
A judge has made a decision in the John Doe v. Princeton University case involving a male student currently involved in a Title IX investigation over sexual misconduct that occurred in spring 2017.
Assistant professor of classics Dan-el Padilla Peralta ’06 became the target of racist remarks at an annual Society for Classical Studies (SCS) conference on Jan. 5, in San Diego, Calif.
After years-long collaboration between the University and Google, a new Google AI lab is set to open next week at 1 Palmer Square in the town of Princeton. The lab, headed by computer science professors Elad Hazan and Yoram Singer, will continue research on the optimization of machine learning techniques for speed and accuracy.