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Princeton Committee on Palestine holds Nakba Day vigil for Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh

Organizers gathered in front of Nassau Hall, held a Palestinian flag, and several wore keffiyehs. President of the Princeton Committee on Palestine Eric Periman ’23 spoke and invited community members to  mourn Abu Akleh’s death. 

Organizers gathered in front of Nassau Hall, held a Palestinian flag, and several wore keffiyehs. President of the Princeton Committee on Palestine Eric Periman ’23 spoke and invited community members to  mourn Abu Akleh’s death. 

NEWS | 2 days ago

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University investigates Princeton Gerrymandering Project's Sam Wang for research misconduct, toxic workplace

The University “knows of no credible allegations of data manipulation” based on its initial review and denied the New Jersey Globe’s claims of a pending Title IX complaint against Princeton Gerrymandering Project Director Sam Wang.

The University “knows of no credible allegations of data manipulation” based on its initial review and denied the New Jersey Globe’s claims of a pending Title IX complaint against Princeton Gerrymandering Project Director Sam Wang.

NEWS | 3 days ago

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Princeton summer journalism program to remain virtual in 2022, as theater program returns to in person

Interim housing is only available to students who will be directly involved in Reunions in some way, either by performing or working. The Princeton Summer Theatre has been allocated 30 beds for the program.

Interim housing is only available to students who will be directly involved in Reunions in some way, either by performing or working. The Princeton Summer Theatre has been allocated 30 beds for the program.

NEWS | 6 days ago

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20 years in the making: An inside look on Paul Chirik’s novel ammonia synthesis process

In a March issue of Nature Synthesis, chemistry professor Paul Chirik’s lab reported a novel and environmentally sustainable method of creating ammonia, a finding that he said he has been after for his entire research career. 

In a March issue of Nature Synthesis, chemistry professor Paul Chirik’s lab reported a novel and environmentally sustainable method of creating ammonia, a finding that he said he has been after for his entire research career. 

NEWS | 6 days ago

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On a 'post-Roe era': Princeton professors, alumni in Congress react to leaked SCOTUS opinion draft

As the nation grapples with the fallout of the leak, The Daily Princetonian spoke with professors in the history and politics departments and the School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA), as well as alumni serving in Congress, about their opinions on the draft leak.

As the nation grapples with the fallout of the leak, The Daily Princetonian spoke with professors in the history and politics departments and the School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA), as well as alumni serving in Congress, about their opinions on the draft leak.

NEWS | May 12

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Alumni free speech group says faculty committee upheld complaint against University related to Joshua Katz

Princetonians for Free Speech claims that according to sources it has been in contact with, an appeal filed by eight Princeton professors last fall has been upheld by the Princeton Committee on Conference and Faculty Appeal, though the official decision is yet to be released. 

Princetonians for Free Speech claims that according to sources it has been in contact with, an appeal filed by eight Princeton professors last fall has been upheld by the Princeton Committee on Conference and Faculty Appeal, though the official decision is yet to be released. 

NEWS | May 11

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Princeton officials talk fall COVID-19 policies, future of tuition, resources for survivors at final spring CPUC meeting

In the last Council of the Princeton University Community (CPUC) meeting of the semester, administrators discussed and fielded questions ranging from the cost of University tuition to the readjustment of COVID-19 protocols. 

In the last Council of the Princeton University Community (CPUC) meeting of the semester, administrators discussed and fielded questions ranging from the cost of University tuition to the readjustment of COVID-19 protocols. 

NEWS | May 6

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Three years ago, it was an undergraduate senior thesis. Now, it’s the basis of the Class of 2026 Pre-read.

Salama’s work stems from reporting taken in fulfillment of Salama’s senior thesis, which won the Ricardo Piglia Award and Stanley J. Stein Prize for Best Senior Thesis in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at the University. 

Salama’s work stems from reporting taken in fulfillment of Salama’s senior thesis, which won the Ricardo Piglia Award and Stanley J. Stein Prize for Best Senior Thesis in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at the University.

NEWS | May 6

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Over 100 rally at Princeton for abortion rights after SCOTUS leak shows Roe likely to be overturned

The protest was organized by Princeton Mutual Aid (PMA) and Princeton Students for Reproductive Justice (PSRJ), with help from Unidad Latina en Acción.

The protest was organized by Princeton Mutual Aid (PMA) and Princeton Students for Reproductive Justice (PSRJ), with help from Unidad Latina en Acción.

NEWS | May 5

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Director of newly-established Afghanistan Policy Lab reflects on goals for lab, the broader initiative

Raz characterized the lab as a “unique initiative, and [a] very important initiative, to elevate the policy discussion and conversation about Afghanistan at this extremely important and critical time for the country.” 

Raz characterized the lab as a “unique initiative, and [a] very important initiative, to elevate the policy discussion and conversation about Afghanistan at this extremely important and critical time for the country.” 

NEWS | May 5

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Princeton enters partnership with HBCUs, announces new research initiative

The University will partner with five HBCUs — Howard University, Jackson State University, Prairie View A&M University, Spelman College, and the University of Maryland Eastern Shore — to fund research projects in all disciplines that are led by researchers from the HBCUs working with Princeton faculty.

The University will partner with five HBCUs — Howard University, Jackson State University, Prairie View A&M University, Spelman College, and the University of Maryland Eastern Shore — to fund research projects in all disciplines that are led by researchers from the HBCUs working with Princeton faculty.

NEWS | May 5

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Which concentrations are on the rise with the Class of 2024? We looked at the numbers.

After the concentration declaration period for A.B. sophomores ended last month, new departmental trends emerged for the Class of 2024. The ‘Prince’ analyzed these trends, which include consistent popularity for computer science and decreasing interest in the humanities and natural sciences. 

After the concentration declaration period for A.B. sophomores ended last month, new departmental trends emerged for the Class of 2024. The ‘Prince’ analyzed these trends, which include consistent popularity for computer science and decreasing interest in the humanities and natural sciences.  

NEWS | May 2

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Plastic bag ban begins as second phase of NJ legislation takes effect

According to a bill passed by Gov. Phil Murphy and other lawmakers last year, NJ retailers and food service businesses will no longer be permitted to use or distribute single-use plastic bags. The bill goes into effect on May 4.

According to a bill passed by Gov. Phil Murphy and other lawmakers last year, NJ retailers and and food service businesses will no longer be permitted to use or distribute single-use plastic bags. The bill goes into effect on May 4.

NEWS | May 1

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Recipients of University President's Achievement Award reflect on their continued service

The employees, whose work spans from the Elevator/Electric Shop to the Office of the Dean for Research, will receive $2,500, a certificate and their name engraved in a plaque in the Office of Human Resources.

The employees, whose work spans from the Elevator/Electric Shop to the Office of the Dean for Research, will receive $2,500, a certificate and their name engraved in a plaque in the Office of Human Resources.

NEWS | May 1

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Some student group members seek alternative housing for 2022 Reunions after being denied housing

67.6 percent of requests for Reunions housing from student performing groups were fulfilled, according to University Communications. Students who did not receive housing from the University must find alternative options.

67.6 percent of requests for Reunions housing from student performing groups were fulfilled, according to University Communications. Students who did not receive housing from the University must find alternative options.

NEWS | April 29

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Town Council gets updates on Graduate Hotel, recognizes CAPERS

Following the announcement that construction for the Graduate Hotel will temporarily force Chambers Street to be one-way, the Council expressed some concerns about the upcoming project. 

Following the announcement that construction for the Graduate Hotel will temporarily force Chambers Street to be one-way, the Council expressed some concerns about the upcoming project. 

NEWS | April 28