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Seated in popular Nassau Street restaurant Jammin’ Crepes on Monday, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy signed a bill that will provide $15 million in federal relief to struggling small businesses throughout the state.
The University has announced that Ruth J. Simmons, president of Prairie View A&M University, a historically Black college, will deliver the keynote address at the 2021 virtual Baccalaureate ceremony.
The evidence abounds: language learning is one of the most fruitful academic pursuits. Not only does learning a second language yield a host of cognitive benefits, but it also supports academic achievement across subjects. Beyond academics, knowledge of a second language increases earning potential — even in STEM professions.
The Undergraduate Student Government (USG) Senate approved the recognition of five new clubs through the Student Groups Recognition Committee (SGRC) at this week’s meeting.
Whig-Clio trustees choose not to rescind Sen. Ted Cruz's James Madison Award; 2021 Commencement Ceremony to allow all graduating students to attend
On April 7, María Corina Machado, founder of Vente Venezuela, spoke with the Princeton community about the Venezuelan crisis and her journey to becoming one of Venezuela’s most vocal opposition leaders.
When campus matching algorithms such as the Marriage Pact and Datamatch sent out their surveys earlier in the semester, many jumped at the chance to sign up. Students looked for love, friendship, and even a bit of drama. One somewhat surprising group that joined in the excitement? Couples.
In the lead-up to the spring semester, administrators emphasized that the on-campus experience would be far from normal. As Dean of the College Jill Dolan put it: “This will not be the right choice for everyone.” Still, there was some optimism about potentially loosening restrictions later in the semester — a hope, not a guarantee.
Following discussion with their board of trustees, the American Whig-Cliosophic Society (Whig-Clio) decided not to rescind the James Madison Award for Distinguished Public Service (JMA) from Sen. Ted Cruz ’92 (R-Texas).
In the spring of 2020, Princeton women’s lacrosse team lost a game against sixth-ranked Stony Brook, 18–12. Unbeknownst to them at the time, this would be the last game they played for the rest of the athletic season and for long after.
This week, warmer weather drew students and visitors outside. Small critters were spotted and heard around campus.
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All 2021 graduating seniors and masters and Ph.D. recipients will be allowed to attend this year’s Commencement ceremony in person, according to an April 9 update to Princeton’s Commencement website.
Candace Jackson-Akiwumi ’00 will be the 2nd Black woman to serve on the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago
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“You know that mask you’re wearing doesn't actually protect you, right?” a classmate asks me in February 2020.