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Griswold, who graduated with a degree in English, is a contributing writer for The New Yorker. In an interview with the ‘Prince,’ she talked bridging ideological divides, election coverage, and enhancing the interdisciplinary nature of the program.

Griswold, who graduated with a degree in English, is a contributing writer for The New Yorker. In an interview with the ‘Prince,’ she talked bridging ideological divides, election coverage, and enhancing the interdisciplinary nature of the program.


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Upcoming conference shines light on growing movement for Caribbean studies at Princeton

The student organization is set to host its first academic conference since 2006 this Saturday, Nov. 11. The conference is one part ongoing student advocacy to grow Caribbean studies at Princeton. 

The student organization is set to host its first academic conference since 2006 this Saturday, Nov. 11. The conference is one part ongoing student advocacy to grow Caribbean studies at Princeton. 

NEWS | November 7

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Students and faculty see opportunities for growth in South Asian Studies

The Daily Princetonian spoke to professors in the South Asian Studies Program, which was established in 2007 but currently has only three core faculty members, limiting course offerings for students.

The Daily Princetonian spoke to professors in the South Asian Studies Program, which was established in 2007 but currently has only three core faculty members, limiting course offerings for students.

NEWS | October 13

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After worrying careers report, SPIA hosts first public service career day

Princeton’s School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) will host its first public service career day on Friday Sept. 22, marking a first for its scale and scope with nearly 20 alumni speakers.

Princeton’s School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) will host its first public service career day on Friday Sept. 22, marking a first for its scale and scope with nearly 20 alumni speakers.

NEWS | September 20

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Another warning about social media, this time from a former Swedish PM

Former Swedish Prime Minister and current Leader of the Opposition Magdalena Andersson sat down with The Daily Princetonian, after speaking to students at an event hosted by the Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination on Tuesday.

Former Swedish Prime Minister and current Leader of the Opposition Magdalena Andersson sat down with The Daily Princetonian, after speaking to students at an event hosted by the Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination on Tuesday.

NEWS | September 20

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Eisgruber defends academic freedom after congressman calls for book to be removed

Eisgruber defended academic freedom and made the case that it could coexist with a welcoming environment for students. In a separate statement to faculty, he also urged faculty to reach out to the administration when under attack from “social media storms.”

Eisgruber defended academic freedom and made the case that it could coexist with a welcoming environment for students. In a seperate statement to faculty, he also urged faculty to reach out to the administration when under attack from "social media storms."

NEWS | September 14

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Princeton Gerrymandering Project did not manipulate data, says NJ commission

A previous Princeton investigation similarly concluded that allegations against Professor Sam Wang, who served as an advisor for the state’s Congressional Redistricting Commission, were without merit.

A previous Princeton investigation similarly concluded that allegations against Professor Sam Wang, who served as an advisor for the state’s Congressional Redistricting Commission, were without merit.

NEWS | September 6

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SPIA hires Iran envoy with suspended security clearance amid ongoing FBI investigation

On unpaid leave, Special Envoy to Iran Malley will begin to teach courses during the 2023-24 school year. Appointed by President Joe Biden in 2021, Malley was placed on unpaid leave two months ago after his security clearance was revoked amidst an ongoing investigation into his handling of classified materials.   

President Joe Biden appointed Malley to be his special envoy to Iran in 2021, but, two months ago, Malley was placed on unpaid leave after his security clearance was revoked amidst an ongoing investigation into his handling of classified materials. It is during this leave that Malley will teach courses at Princeton.

NEWS | August 23

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Princeton writing seminar explores queer visibility amid anti-drag legislation

Lecturer Tyler Baldor of “WRI 163/164: And the Rest is Drag” hopes his course will be part of an effort by the University to make queer people and issues more visible. The course will also aim to focus on the most recent anti-drag legislation in next year’s course material.

Instructor Tyler Baldor of “WRI 163/164: And the Rest is Drag” hopes his course will be part of an effort by the University to make queer people and issues more visible. The course will also aim to focus on the most recent anti-drag legislation in next year’s course material.

NEWS | April 20

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Professor Eddie Glaude GS ’97 to step down as AAS department chair in time of departmental transition

Professor Eddie Glaude GS ’97 announced his intention to step down as Chair of the Department of African American Studies. His replacement will be determined by the Dean of the Faculty, Gene Jarrett ’97. 

Professor Eddie Glaude GS ’97 announced his intention to step down as Chair of the Department of African American Studies. His replacement will be determined by the Dean of the Faculty, Gene Jarrett ’97. 

NEWS | 04/11/2023

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‘The best decision I’ve made’: Students, faculty reflect on the first full cycle of ASL classes

This semester marks the first time that students have been able to fulfill the University’s language requirement using the American Sign Language (ASL) sequence. The Daily Princetonian sat down with students and professors to hear about their experiences taking and teaching ASL classes. 

This semester marks the first time that students have been able to fulfill the University’s language requirement using the American Sign Language (ASL) sequence. The Daily Princetonian sat down with students and professors to hear about their experiences taking and teaching ASL classes. 

NEWS | 03/23/2023