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Undergraduate Student Government (USG) races this winter are unusually crowded following a last-minute appeal from the current administration for more candidates. The Daily Princetonian sat down with candidates in key races to discuss their platforms.

Undergraduate Student Government (USG) races this winter are unusually crowded following a last-minute appeal from the current administration for more candidates. The Daily Princetonian sat down with candidates in key races to discuss their platforms.


A map of the routes for TigerTransit buses.

TigerTransit, explained

For many trips around the periphery of campus, TigerTransit is as fast as or faster than walking. The Daily Princetonian looked at TigerTransit’s schedules and routes to find the best routes for students to take to save time.

For many trips around the periphery of campus, TigerTransit is as fast as or faster than walking. The Daily Princetonian looked at TigerTransit’s schedules and routes to find the best routes for students to take to save time.

NEWS | September 3

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The Supreme Court’s decision on affirmative action, explained

The Daily Princetonian breaks down the Supreme Court’s ruling on affirmative action, and what it means for the future of admissions at the University. 

The Daily Princetonian breaks down the Supreme Court’s ruling on affirmative action, and what it means for the future of admissions at the University. 

NEWS | June 30

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Peer Reps, explained

Peer Representatives support and defend students accused of violating the Honor Code. The organization was officially established in 2003, but informal forms of representation have long existed at the University. The ‘Prince’ explains the Peer Rep program and its historical foundations on campus.

Peer Representatives support and defend students accused of violating the Honor Code. The organization was officially established in 2003, but informal forms of representation have long existed at the University. The ‘Prince’ explains the Peer Rep program and its historical foundations on campus. 

NEWS | April 25

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Accommodations on campus, explained

The ‘Prince’ spoke to administrators who supervise the accommodation process and students who have experienced the process themselves to understand the Office of Disability Services’ (ODS) ability to meet students’ needs. While the process can be difficult and complicated, affected students felt that the ODS adequately supports them. 

The ‘Prince’ spoke to administrators who supervise the accommodation process and students who have experienced the process themselves to understand the Office of Disability Services’ (ODS) ability to meet students’ needs. While the process can be difficult and complicated, affected students felt that ODS adequately supports them. 

NEWS | March 29

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The tenure process, explained

The Daily Princetonian breaks down the tenure process for University professors amidst ongoing efforts to diversify the faculty. However, significant demographic gaps remain between tenured and non-tenured members.

The Daily Princetonian breaks down the tenure process for University professors amidst ongoing efforts to diversify the faculty. However, significant demographic gaps remain between tenured and non-tenured members.

NEWS | March 2

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