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Former Swedish Prime Minister and leader of the Swedish Social Democratic Party Magdalena Andersson spoke to Princeton students about geopolitics, leadership, speech, and equality on Monday, Sept. 18. Her comments reinvigorated ongoing campus discussions surrounding social media usage and concerns of infringing upon free speech.
“Why, if they’re pursuing a major in public service, aren’t they going into public service?”
The Princeton women’s field hockey team (2–4 overall, 0–0 Ivy League) suffered a 3–1 loss at home against the University of Connecticut (UConn) Huskies (2–6, 0–1 Big East) on Sunday. Both the Huskies and the Tigers came into this matchup with losing records, hungry for an early season win. For the Tigers, they hoped to enter their Ivy opener this Friday with a .500 record.
Although students often discuss prioritizing mental health care at Princeton, they may not know that doing so currently is almost impossible. The gap between potential demand for counseling or therapy and the number of staff available to students is far too wide to make mental health care effective. According to the 2022 Senior Survey, “Just under 60 percent of respondents have pursued mental health counseling or therapy, while 75 percent have considered it.” In comparison, the University’s Counseling and Psychological Services (CPS) currently has a staff of 27 social workers, psychologists, and counselors on staff. These accommodations are vastly unsuitable for the student body, which consisted of 5,540 undergraduates and 3,238 graduate students in the 2022–23 school year.
University and Xiyue Wang, former graduate student who was detained in Iran for 3 years, settle out of court
According to court documents, graduate student Xiyue Wang and his wife, Hua Qu GS ’21 settled their lawsuit against Princeton University on Aug. 1. The lawsuit was filed in the aftermath of Wang’s imprisonment in Iran while a graduate student at the University.
At the first Council of the Princeton University Community (CPUC) meeting of the 2023–24 academic year on Monday, Sept. 18, administrators addressed major campus concerns, sexual climate recommendations, new mental health resources, and campus construction updates.
Following their strong start to the season, which featured only one loss in five games to No. 6 Penn State (7–0–1, 1–0 Big Ten), the Tigers Women's Soccer team (5–1–1, 0–0 Ivy League) were up for a tough week against No. 10 Georgetown at home in Roberts Stadium and the Quinnipiac Bobcats away in Connecticut. After prevailing in five- and six-goal thrillers, respectively, the Tigers earned a Top 25 national ranking this week.
Last month, Princeton University announced a restriction on Personal Electric Vehicles (PEVs) during “peak hours,” defined as 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., throughout most of campus. However, this de facto “scooter ban” has been ignored by many and, walking around campus, it is apparent that scooter use is still rampant. While the University has restricted scooter use, it has yet to update the campus transport system that could serve as an alternative: TigerTransit. A Daily Princetonian analysis aptly described the University’s bus system as a “shuttle around the periphery of campus.” But the center of campus, not the periphery, is where students need to travel the most.
It was yet another exciting week in Princeton Athletics. Both our men’s and women’s soccer teams played exciting games, men’s football kicked off their 2023 season, and men’s water polo continued their winning fashion. Women’s field hockey had an up and down weekend, while women’s volleyball got back in the win column. Meanwhile, women’s tennis and golf kicked off their fall campaigns.
The Hulfish Gallery is back with a new showcase planned by the Princeton University Art Museum. The current exhibition, ‘Art about Art: Contemporary Photographers Look at Old Master Paintings,’ curated by Ronni Baer and Peter H. Fox, boasts the works of contemporary artists, including Marcel Duchamp, Vik Muniz, Jeanette May, and more. The included works span a variety of styles and media but are thematically united in their attempt to shed new light on classical pieces.
No. 5 men’s water polo (9–0 overall, 0–0 Northwest Water Polo Conference) continued their undefeated streak on Saturday afternoon when they went 2–0 against the No.20 ranked U.S. Air Force Academy (7–6 overall, 0–0 West Coast Conference) and Bucknell University (3–7 overall, 0–0 Mid-Atlantic Water Polo Conference) at the Bucknell Invitational in Lewisburg, PA.
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The USG's budget has ballooned, from $290,000 last semester to of $585,755 dollars for the semester as a starting amount, according to a presentation by USG Treasurer Walker Penfield ‘25. The allocation comes following an increase in student activities fees at the end of the spring semester from $45.50 dollars to $95.50 dollars for the current school year. During the meeting, students learned that fall Lawnparties had received a significant pay bump that also went towards alleviating other student groups’ contributions to food and activities
Students searching for late-night meal options will soon have a new place to go during midnight study breaks or nights out on Prospect Avenue: the Campus Dining food truck. Starting on Thursday, Sept. 21, Campus Dining will open the food truck on the north side of the McCosh Health Center from 11 p.m. to 3 a.m. on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays.
Princeton football (1–0 overall, 0–0 Ivy League) returned victoriously to the gridiron on Saturday in San Diego with a 23–12 win over the University of San Diego Toreros. After finishing tied for second place in the Ivy League last year, the Tigers started the 2023 season with high hopes of reclaiming the Ivy League title.
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