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On Wednesday, Nov. 16, Dr. Uyi Stewart, Chief Data and Technology Officer at Data.org, delivered a lecture in Robertson Hall titled “Data Science: The New Frontier in Global Health and Development,” that revolved around the potential of data science to address a sprawling range of contemporary global issues, including infectious diseases, economic vulnerabilities, drug treatments, and healthcare access, among other pressing areas of importance.
USG confirms Honor Committee members, continues to reckon with safety and other community concerns
No communication orders now require initial informal contact; faculty, student activists look ahead to 2022 midterm elections
University holds renaming ceremony for Laura Wooten Hall; USG delays election reforms, approves more budget allocations
On Oct. 20, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) arrived in Princeton to provide students with an immersive virtual reality (VR) experience. The VR experience, called “Abduction,” is part of a traveling exhibit currently touring college campuses across the country.
On Oct. 7, University Professor of History Kevin Kruse announced on Twitter, that at Princeton and Cornell, investigations into alleged plagiarism in his work had been resolved.
As the COVID-19 virus continues to pose a dynamic threat worldwide, University researchers are studying the enigmatic properties of the virus. Recently, Princeton chemists and molecular biologists identified eight new entry points the COVID-19 spike protein exploits to penetrate the cell surface and successfully infect cells. Out of these eight newly discovered candidate receptors, the scientists found that four are vital to enabling viral COVID-19 infection.
UHS hosts annual ‘FluFest’; introductory STEM courses experience undergraduate over-enrollment
On Monday Oct. 3, University Health Services (UHS) kicked off its annual ‘FluFest,’ a clinic that provides free seasonal influenza (flu) vaccines to members of the University community, including faculty, staff, students, retirees, and alumni.
University Provost Deborah A. Prentice nominated to lead University of Cambridge
Coffee Club delays opening of second location; Divest Princeton protests in front of Nassau Hall
USG Reform Project proposes change to referendum process; CPUC convenes first meeting of the fall
In July, the Sorensen Lab, which specializes in total synthesis and catalysis at the Frick Chemistry Laboratory, published a paper highlighting the results of the group’s success in shortening the procedure for synthesizing the complex molecule pleurotin.
University hikes late meal allowance amid price increases; students rock in the rain at fall Lawnparties
Frosh Issue: Class of 2026
Professor of History Kevin M. Kruse was accused of several instances of plagiarism by conservative historian Phillip Magness in an article published in “Reason” in June.
On Sept. 11, 2021, Alejandro Zaera-Polo uploaded the first installment of a seven-part video series, titled “A Gonzo Ethnography of Academic Authority.” Over the course of nearly five hours, Zaera-Polo speaks to the camera, navigating viewers through myriad documents, screenshots, and images, all sourced from a 856-page file he authored.
Over 100 rally at Princeton for abortion rights after SCOTUS leak; University announces research partnership with HBCUs
Town Council gets updates on Graduate Hotel, recognizes CAPERS
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