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Administrators, faculty members, students, and other community members gathered in Frist on Monday.
Marissa Michaels / The Daily Princetonian

CPUC delivers divestment updates, discusses construction and COVID-19 policies

At the first in-person meeting of the Council of the Princeton University Community (CPUC) since the COVID-19 pandemic began, administrators discussed far-ranging plans for progress on fossil fuel dissociation, sustainable campus construction, and health updates. 

At the first in-person meeting of the Council of the Princeton University Community (CPUC) since the COVID-19 pandemic began, administrators discussed far-ranging plans for progress on fossil fuel dissociation, sustainable campus construction, and health updates. 

NEWS | 4 days ago

Robin Izzo at the USG meeting on Sept. 19.
Andrew Somerville / The Daily Princetonian

USG receives presentation on Princeton’s COVID-19 response

In the meeting, Assistant VP for Environmental Health and Safety Robin Izzo presented to the Senate on the University’s recent responses to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the Senate unanimously approved six new U-Councilors.

In the meeting, Assistant VP for Environmental Health and Safety Robin Izzo presented to the Senate on the University’s recent responses to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the Senate unanimously approved five new U-Councilors.

NEWS | 4 days ago

Caroline Kirby ’23 addresses her tour group outside Frist Campus Center.
Edward Tian / The Daily Princetonian

Orange Key tours return to campus

As they stepped out from the U-Store toward the steps of Blair Arch, tour guide Justin Curl ’22 noted the significance of the moment, as the first in-person tour open to the public since the start of the pandemic. “I hope you’re as excited to be here as I am,” he shouted.

As they stepped out from the U-Store toward the steps of Blair Arch, tour guide Justin Curl ’22 noted the significance of the moment, as the first in-person tour open to the public since the start of the pandemic. “I hope you’re as excited to be here as I am,” he shouted.

NEWS | 4 days ago

Marie-Rose Sheinerman/ The Daily Princetonian

Cannabis Task Force ‘overwhelmingly’ favors dispensary in town. Some residents push back.

In a Saturday public meeting at Hinds Plaza, members of the Princeton Cannabis Task Force discussed dispensary locations, thus encountering some pushback from certain members of the town with reservations regarding the new measures.

In a Saturday public meeting at Hinds Plaza, members of the Princeton Cannabis Task Force discussed dispensary locations, thus encountering some pushback from certain members of the town with reservations regarding the new measures.

NEWS | 5 days ago

Students enrolled in the Vietnamese course, which is taught live at Brown University, attend class virtually from a classroom in East Pyne.
Mark Dodici / The Daily Princetonian

Students participate in Princeton’s first-ever Vietnamese course through Brown University

Two Princeton students have enrolled and are virtually attending a Vietnamese course offered by Brown University, after students have pushed the Princeton Center for Language Study to offer such a course in previous years.

Two Princeton students have enrolled and are virtually attending a Vietnamese course offered by Brown University, after students have pushed the Princeton Center for Language Study to offer such a course in previous years.

NEWS | 5 days ago

Aden Rusfeldt and other protestors stared down a crowd of students at their demonstration Wednesday.
Julian Gottfried / The Daily Princetonian

Extremist protestors occupying Washington Road heckle students, spew hate-speech

“Since the group assembled on municipal property — the sidewalk alongside Scudder Plaza — the University did not have jurisdiction over their actions,” University Spokesperson Ben Chang wrote. “Nonetheless, the University has taken a number of immediate steps to address the impact of this group’s actions on community members.”

“Since the group assembled on municipal property — the sidewalk alongside Scudder Plaza — the University did not have jurisdiction over their actions,” University Spokesperson Ben Chang wrote. “Nonetheless, the University has taken a number of immediate steps to address the impact of this group’s actions on community members.”

NEWS | September 16

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Jadwin Gymnasium.
Jon Ort / The Daily Princetonian

Princeton clinic begins booster shot administration

“It’s important for students who might qualify under the current conditions for the booster to consult with their doctors. But if someone decides to get the booster, I think the University clinic is a great place to get it,” Naomi Hess ’22 said.

“It’s important for students who might qualify under the current conditions for the booster to consult with their doctors. But if someone decides to get the booster, I think the University clinic is a great place to get it,” Naomi Hess ’22 said.

NEWS | September 16

The menu at Coffee Club located in Campus Club.
Julian Gottfried / The Daily Princetonian

Campus cafés reopen after 18 months

Two favorite locales of the University campus have reopened after 18 months — Coffee Club and Murray-Dodge Café. Both institutions function primarily by and for Princeton students, providing unique spaces to study and socialize. 

Two favorite locales of the University campus have reopened after 18 months — Coffee Club and Murray-Dodge Café. Both institutions function primarily by and for Princeton students, providing unique spaces to study and socialize.  

NEWS | September 15

Screenshot of the To Known and Be Heard website.

Class of 2025 discusses systemic racism during orientation

The module centered around the To Be Known and Heard virtual gallery, which depicts vignettes of “Princeton’s long and complex relationship with racism” starting from the 18th century to modern time, according to the site. During the training session, RCAs led their first-years through explorations of the virtual gallery and discussions on how to navigate conversations around race and identity. 

The module centered around the To Be Known and Heard virtual gallery, which depicts vignettes of “Princeton’s long and complex relationship with racism” starting from the 18th century to modern time, according to the site. During the training session, RCAs led their first-years through explorations of the virtual gallery and discussions on how to navigate conversations around race and identity. 

NEWS | September 13

Mark Dodici / The Daily Princetonian

Name of Woodrow Wilson Honorary Debate Panel faces contention

While a number of institutions have changed their titles from former namesake Woodrow Wilson Class of 1879, the Woodrow Wilson Honorary Debate Panel has maintained its name.

While a number of institutions have changed their titles from former namesake Woodrow Wilson Class of 1879, the Woodrow Wilson Honorary Debate Panel has maintained its name.

NEWS | September 13