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The University's Office of Information Technology announced the introduction of mobile printing on Feb. 14, allowing members of the University community to print from their phones and tablets by emailing the file from their Princeton email account to email@example.com.
Student groups and organizations will now request funds for events and activities using the Student Activities Funding Engine website, which was launched last year to streamline summer funding requests.SAFE will now be the universal engine through which students make all their funding requests.
University administrators will soon present data on the peer academic advising system that was implemented across all residential colleges in the 2012-2013 academic year.
A revised $4,000 funding request for the Ivy Policy Conference to be held on campus March 28-30 was approved at Sunday's USG Senate meeting with 19 votes in favor and three opposed to the proposal.
When the old Dinky station collapsed last September, Charles Jacobson ’16 was on his way to an interview with the Student Volunteer Council.
Sixty five students have come down with gastroenteritis this month, University Spokesperson Martin Mbugua said. The number of gastroenteritis cases this month is on track to rank as the third lowest since 2006, he added.
Students at residential colleges will no longer have to sort their recyclable trash. The rest of campus is expected to follow suit by the end of 2014.
Three Princeton graduates launched a nonprofit organization in Sept. 2013 that collects stool samples and provides hospitals withscreened, filtered and frozen material for clinical use.
The Office of Career Services is considering making changes to its current recruiting system by expanding the range of employers and helping students in the recruitment process deal with interviews for different companies that happen at the same time, according to Executive Director Pulin Sanghvi.
The University has investigated at least one serious medical case as a potential adverse reaction to the meningitis vaccine, although a link was deemed unlikely in that case.
Terrace Club accepted 13 new members during second-round sign-ins, club president Christopher St John '15 wrote in a statement.
Club Nom, an initiative started by Hannah Rosenthal ’15 to facilitate dialogue between upperclassmen in eating clubs and those in other eating options, held its first event at Cloister Inn on Wednesday.
An online petition for a new vegetarian co-op has been circulating on campus since Feb. 6, asking University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 to consider establishing a new co-op in the Dickinson Street Annex housing. The goal of the petition is to gather 200 signatures, and, as of Wednesday, 190 people have signed the petition so far.
James Weldon ’16 will serve as the new Class of 2016 social chair, the 2016 class council announced in an email to the sophomore class on Tuesday.
Individuals who received the meningococcal disease vaccine were not originally eligible to donate blood because of the vaccine's unlicensed status in the United States. However, individuals are now eligible to donate blood, officials at the American Red Cross said.
Both Forbes College and Whitman College will be participating in a pilot exchange program, Global Exchange, with schools in Hong Kong and Cambridge, United Kingdom this upcoming spring break.
Despite an increase in the number of bickerees, the overall acceptance rate for selective clubs was higher than last year's with 63.7 percent, or 563 of 884 students, accepted. Last spring, the clubs took 62 percent, or 515 of 831 bickerees.
An undergraduate student was arrested by the University's Department of Public Safety and charged with drug possession on Sunday night.
Hafiz Dhanani ’16, the creator of Luminate, has been accused of borrowing formulas developed by the founders of a supplement company called Natural Stacks without giving due credit. Luminate is marketed as a natural supplement that boosts concentration.
Members of Terrace F. Club picked up 130 new members Sunday night after the first round of sign-ins, president Christopher St. John ’15 said.