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Whig-Clio Board of Trustees decides not to revoke JMA from Sen. Ted Cruz ’92

Citing a lack of constitutional support for the revocation of the JMA, the Whig-Clio Board of Trustees decided not to rescind the award from Cruz. An email sent to Whig-Clio members pledged to “reduce his presence within Whig-Clio.” 

Citing a lack of constitutional support for the revocation of the JMA, the Whig-Clio Board of Trustees decided not to rescind the award from Cruz. An email sent to Whig-Clio members pledged to “reduce his presence within Whig-Clio.” 

NEWS | 3 days ago

“Baseball Diamond” by Geoff Livingston / CC BY-SA 2.0

There’s no crying (cancel culture) in baseball

“The question isn’t whether leagues like MLB should involve themselves in politics, but how they should leverage the role they already play. Every institution has a responsibility to act to protect voting rights as they come under increasing threat nationwide.” 

“The question isn’t whether leagues like MLB should involve themselves in politics, but how they should leverage the role they already play. Every institution has a responsibility to act to protect voting rights as they come under increasing threat nationwide.” 

OPINION | 1 day ago

Frick Chemistry Laboratory, the home of Princeton’s chemistry department.
Zachary Shevin / The Daily Princetonian

Princeton will be the site of a new cancer research branch

The University has partnered with the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research to open a new branch at Princeton — one that will specialize in cancer metabolism and how diet impacts our understanding of cancer.

The University has partnered with the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research to open a new branch at Princeton — one that will specialize in cancer metabolism and how diet impacts our understanding of cancer.

NEWS | 1 day ago

A solitary couple walk through Henry Courtyard on a rainy morning.
Mark Dodici / The Daily Princetonian

Five ways to disrupt the monotony of Zoom University

Online school has encouraged a single focus on just being a student, with little motivation for any other activities. However, rather than falling back on the age-old habit of starting a new Netflix binge, I suggest that we all explore the idea of the “Five Hobbies.”  

Online school has encouraged a single focus on just being a student, with little motivation for any other activities. However, rather than falling back on the age-old habit of starting a new Netflix binge, I suggest that we all explore the idea of the “Five Hobbies.”  

THE PROSPECT | 1 day ago

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‘Flip the Bird’: Crossword Commentary

A really tough crossword puzzle can be frustrating. Sometimes, it may get so frustrating you may start cursing out your computer screen — no shame, we’ve all been there. But today’s puzzle from Luca Morante may have you flipping the bird in more ways than one. 

A really tough crossword puzzle can be frustrating. Sometimes, it may get so frustrating you may start cursing out your computer screen — no shame, we’ve all been there. But today’s puzzle from Luca Morante may have you flipping the bird in more ways than one. 

PUZZLES | 2 days ago

Play this Tuesday's crossword, 'Flip the Bird'

A really tough crossword puzzle can be frustrating. Sometimes, it may get so frustrating you may start cursing out your computer screen — no shame, we’ve all been there. But today’s puzzle from Luca Morante may have you flipping the bird in more ways than one.

A really tough crossword puzzle can be frustrating. Sometimes, it may get so frustrating you may start cursing out your computer screen — no shame, we’ve all been there. But today’s puzzle from Luca Morante may have you flipping the bird in more ways than one.

PUZZLES | 2 days ago

A news truck sits outside Jammin’ Crepes shortly after Gov. Murphy signed a piece of legislation inside. 
Mark Dodici / The Daily Princetonian 

Gov. Murphy signs small business relief bill at Jammin’ Crepes

The bill will provide $15 million in federal relief to struggling small businesses throughout New Jersey, and is part of a larger $100 million COVID-19 relief plan aimed at helping small businesses and nonprofits recover from losses caused by the public health crisis.

The bill will provide $15 million in federal relief to struggling small businesses throughout New Jersey, and is part of a larger $100 million COVID-19 relief plan aimed at helping small businesses and nonprofits recover from losses caused by the public health crisis.

NEWS | 2 days ago

Albert Jiang / The Daily Princetonian

Re-engineering Princeton’s language requirement

“Perhaps one day colleges will reform their curricula to reflect the universal importance of non-English language acquisition in such a way that does not unduly burden B.S.E. students. But until that day, introductory level language courses should count towards B.S.E. humanities and social sciences requirements at Princeton.”

“Perhaps one day colleges will reform their curricula to reflect the universal importance of non-English language acquisition in such a way that does not unduly burden B.S.E. students. But until that day, introductory level language courses should count towards B.S.E. humanities and social sciences requirements at Princeton.”

OPINION | 2 days ago

Courtesy of María Corina Machado

María Corina Machado talks Venezuelan crisis during Princeton event

Near the end of the webinar, Machado expressly stated her vision for Venezuela that has guided her work: “I do not want an ordinary country. I want an extraordinary nation to which Venezuelans can dream high and be able to build the best and strongest nation we can.” 

Near the end of the webinar, Machado expressly stated her vision for Venezuela that has guided her work: “I do not want an ordinary country. I want an extraordinary nation to which Venezuelans can dream high and be able to build the best and strongest nation we can.” 

NEWS | 3 days ago