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A former Cornell University student who was suspended for alleged sexual misconduct is seeking monetary damages and a reversal of Cornell’s findings in a lawsuit filed on Thursday with the United States District Court for the Northern District of New York.
The risk of contracting meningitis B at the University is now considered equivalent to the risk at any other college, the University announced on Friday.
Two Princeton faculty members were named recipients of the 2015 Dan David Prize last month.
The United States will not take direct military action against Russia in Ukraine but will rather seek a resolution through multilateral agreements to empower Ukraine, saidEric Rubin, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State in the Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs, at a lecture on Wednesday.
By a narrow margin, latkes were declared victorious in the Annual Latke Hamentaschen Debate on Tuesday night.
Four women in the Class of 2016 are eating club presidents or presidents-elect, the most since the Class of 2002, when there were also four.
As the economy improves, recruiting teachers is becoming increasingly challenging for Teach for America.
It is a moral imperative to put the well-being of patients above personal concerns in abortion cases, Willie Parker, a physician in practice at the sole remaining abortion clinic in Mississippi, said in a lecture on Wednesday.
The University announced on Thursday that it will appeal a Morris County tax court judge’s denial of the University’s motion to dismiss a lawsuit against its property tax exemption for the 2014tax year.
University President Christopher Eisgruber '83 gave a presentation on campus planning and Provost David Lee GS '99 presented an update about theSpecial Task Force on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at the first spring meeting of the Council of the Princeton University Communityon Monday.
Former Undergraduate Student Government president Shawon Jackson ’15 said the past year in USG was highlighted by the creation of the Ivy Policy Conference, Princeton Perspective Project and the Leadership Education and Diversity Summit, as well as the second Wintersession and the publishing of the Eating Club Report.
Three University faculty members, a former University postdoctoral fellow and a professor from the University of Maryland will be teaching “BTC-Tech:Bitcoinand Cryptocurrency Technologies,” an unofficial, free online course open to University students and the general public during the spring semester.
Codes needed to access women’s bathrooms around campus began to be changed on Monday for security reasons, according to University spokesperson Martin Mbugua.
An Undergraduate Student Government referendum calling on the faculty to provide for a three-week winter recess in the next calendar year was passed. If the referendum proposed by the Academics Committee is voted favorable by the faculty, the committee will meet with administrators by the end of January.
Wintersession will offer about 70 informal classes this year, an over 30 percent increase in the number of courses from the program’s inaugural run last year, U-Councilor and Undergraduate Student Government event coordinator Katherine Clifton ’15 said.
A petition proposed by the Princeton Sustainable Investment Initiative “asking the University to manage its endowment in a manner that reduces its financial support of environmental degradation” was accepted for review by the Resources Committee of the Council of the Princeton University Community during its monthly meeting on Thursdayafternoon.
The Christian group Princeton Faith and Action has been able to preserve its unity as one group following an initial decision by Christian Union — its national parent organization — that sought to break it into two racially separated ministries on campus.
Rachel Bronheim ’15, Alexandra Marino ’18 and Zhan Okuda-Lim ’15, members of the Undergraduate Student Government's Mental Health Initiative Board met with Senior Associate Dean of the College Claire Fowler Wednesday afternoon to explore the possibility of publishing the official policies for mental health withdrawals and readmissions in the Undergraduate Announcement.
3,116 students cast votes in the run-off election for USG president between Ella Cheng ’16 and Will Gansa ’17, according to statistics released by the Undergraduate Student Government today. This turnout is 15.2 percent higher than the general election, which drew 2,704 voters.
Over 200 students, faith community leaders and Princeton residents joined in vigil on Tuesday at Palmer Square for Michael Brown and all victims of police brutality. Representatives of local churches, elected officials and University trustees gave remarks.