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Taishi Nakase ’21 and Lucy Wang ’21 have been selected as valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively, for the Class of 2021, according to a University announcement.
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“Choose yourself” — the advice given by one professor after hosting a brief listening session with students before a weekly seminar class. After validating student critiques of certain University policies, this professor (who will remain nameless) acknowledged that it was up to students to assert the importance of their well-being when the University does not.
On Saturday, April 24, roughly 100 people gathered in front of Nassau Hall for an “Earth Day, No Delay” rally held by Divest Princeton.
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Members of the University community who meet the CDC’s definitions for low-risk travel within the United States will “no longer require additional permission” for University-sponsored domestic travel in the United States, according to a new memo from Aly Kassam-Remtulla, Associate Provost for International Affairs and Operations.
The NBA has hired another Princetonian to serve in an executive role.
In the final Undergraduate Student Government (USG) meeting of the semester, the Senate heard reports from five committee chairs on the work they’ve done thus far and what they hope to accomplish in the fall.
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This article is part of the column series, Thus Spoke the Undergrads. Submit your moral quandaries through this google form, and three student ethicists will guide you. Today, they tackle the following question:
If you venture to the south side of campus near Poe Field, you’ll likely see the construction of Princeton’s two newest residential colleges. Notably, if you approach the chain link fencing from the north, you’ll see a banner declaring that these new residential colleges are meant to “expand our enrollment and bring opportunities to more students.” As far as I can tell, few, if any seem to take issue with this notion.
Georgia’s new voting law, Senate Bill 202, has received well-deserved backlash from voting rights advocates, politicians, and business executives. By cutting early voting hours, creating new restrictions on absentee voting, and asserting the legislature’s control over elections, the law disproportionately threatens voting access for voters in densely populated areas and voters of color.
Over the past two weeks, spring flowers bloomed as magnolia petals fell. Sophomore students celebrated declaring their concentrations with Declaration Day photos, and Divest Princeton hosted a rally at Nassau Hall.
Several Princeton teams will compete this weekend for the first time since the pandemic shuttered Ivy League athletics in March 2020.
Sydney Johnson ’24 will serve as the first president of the Class of 2024, according to results for the recent spring elections of the Undergraduate Student Government (USG).
Princeton Preview begins online; new center for gender and sexuality to open in Fall 2021
University Muslim Life Coordinator and Muslim Chaplain Sohaib Nazeer Sultan, who helped forge a vibrant Muslim community at the University as one of the first full-time university Muslim chaplains in the United States, died of cancer at the age of 40 on Friday, April 16.