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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.
Terrace Club is developing plans, still in their early stages, to renovate its clubhouse. The club is still raising funds for the construction, which is not likely to begin for several years.
In its final meeting of the year Sunday night, the USG Senate unanimously passed a series of constitutional amendments that require the class governments to report their budgets and hold monthly meetings. Analysis of data for the fourth Committee on Background and Opportunity survey has been completed, Class of 2015 senator Zach Ogle announced.
Eating club members now have the opportunity to complete "Agent of Change," a pilot online Sexual Harassment/Assault Advising, Resources and Education course on power-based personal violence.
Hafiz Dhanani ’16 has created a supplement called Luminate that he says helps increase focus, which he hopes to sell to Princeton students.
Three hundred and fifty-six students have registered for the pilot Wintersession program as of Sunday, USG U-Councilor Laura Du ’14 told The Daily Princetonian.
The second dose of the meningitis vaccine will be available fromFeb. 17 through Feb. 20, the University announcedMondayin an email to the University community.
As students receive the vaccine against meningitis B this week, its availability only to certain members of the community has evoked mixed feelings from those excluded. While some said they were confident in the University’s decision, others have expressed concerns about their health and safety, and have attempted unsuccessfully to persuade the University to provide them with the vaccine.
1,959 students were vaccinated against meningococcal-B on the first day of the vaccination campaign, according to University Spokesperson Martin Mbugua. As of 4:30 p.m., the number was 1,261. There was a small number of students who experienced adverse effects, although these effects were within expected ranges.
Since the first case of meningitis at Princeton was reported in March 2013,the University has faced seven additional cases of meningococcal disease. Following the seventh case, the University, working alongside the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the N.J. Department of Health, agreed to allow students to receive Bexsero, a vaccine unlicensed in America. Approved earlier this year in Europe, the vaccine combats the strain of the disease that has affected Princeton's campus.This timeline outlines the precautionary actions the University has taken in relation to the eight cases reported so far.
At its weekly meeting on Sunday evening, the USG unanimously approved amendments requiring each of the four class governments to hold its own monthly public meetings and to publish and report its own budget each semester.
Princeton’s dining facilities have reported numerous minor health violations, despite receiving overall “Satisfactory” ratings, according to a review of health records covering the past three years.
Senior photographer Karen Ku embedded herself into R.O.T.C. for two months to capture a typical week in the life of a student cadet. It’s certainly different.
At least five individuals have come down with symptoms of foodborne illness apparently linked to the Ivy Club, a local health inspector confirmed Thursday.
Some University students infected with meningitis have suffered some of the disease’s residual effects, according to Peter Johnsen, Director of Medical Services at University Health Services.
Students had the option to live in gender-neutral housing in the residential colleges for thefirst timethis academic year. The program, which allows students to live with roommates of the opposite gender, is popular with students who choose it, though some suggested certain improvements.
The launch of anew official websiteabout the eating clubs has provided a unique window into the clubs’ real membership numbers, one which suggests that a significant number of students drop the eating clubs before graduating.
A new initiative, Club Nom, has been launched to facilitate dialogue between eating club members and students who eat independently, in the co-ops or in the residential colleges. Founded by Hannah Rosenthal ’15, Club Nom will begin holding forum-style discussions next semester.
Those who wish to receive the emergency meningitis vaccine that the University is offering will not have to waive any rights before receiving it.