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Genrietta Churbanova, John Freeman named valedictorian, salutatorian

The University named Genrietta Churbanova as the Class of 2024 valedictorian and John Freeman as the salutatorian on Monday, April 15. Churbanova is an Anthropology major from Little Rock, Ark., and Freeman is a Classics major from Chicago, Ill.

The University named Genrietta Churbanova as the Class of 2024 valedictorian and John Freeman as the salutatorian on Monday, April 15. Churbanova is an Anthropology major from Little Rock, Ark., and Freeman is a Classics major from Chicago, Ill.

NEWS | 20 hours ago

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Whig-Clio set to host first congressional primary candidate forum in its history

On Tuesday, April 16 at 7 p.m., Whig-Clio will host the first congressional primary candidate forum in its history, featuring four candidates running in the Democratic primary for the N.J.-03 congressional district.

On Tuesday, April 16 at 7 p.m., Whig-Clio will host the first congressional primary candidate forum in its history, featuring four candidates running in the Democratic primary for the N.J.-03 congressional district.

NEWS | 21 hours ago

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The COVID class: 2024 reflects on their time at Princeton

As the Class of 2024's time at Princeton draws to a close, the ‘Prince’ spoke to five seniors about their experience with COVID-19 at Princeton and how it impacted their class.

As the Class of 2024's time at Princeton draws to a close, the ‘Prince’ spoke to five seniors about their experience with COVID-19 at Princeton and how it impacted their class.

NEWS | 20 hours ago

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CJL welcomed disabled author Emily Ladau for Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month Shabbat

The Center for Jewish Life has run a Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month Shabbat every year since 2019. This year’s speaker discussed her writing process, the idea of allyship, and her favorite musicals at the event on Friday.

The Center for Jewish Life has run a Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month Shabbat every year since 2019. This year’s speaker discussed her writing process, the idea of allyship, and her favorite musicals at the event on Friday.

NEWS | 1 day ago

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USG hears proposal on extended passing periods, CJL response to antisemitism report

The USG Senate meeting on April 14 focused on approving extended passing periods between classes, discussing an ADL report on antisemitism at universities, supporting Passover observance, enhancing access to menstrual products, and approving budget requests for student activities.

The USG Senate meeting on April 14 focused on approving extended passing periods between classes, discussing an ADL report on antisemitism at universities, supporting Passover observance, enhancing access to menstrual products, and approving budget requests for student activities.

NEWS | 1 day ago

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Chebbi, Johnson, and Ugwonali advance to YAT general election

The three Young Alumni Trustee (YAT) candidates moving forward to the general election are Aisha Chebbi ’24, Sydney S. Johnson ’24, and Chioma Ugwonali ’24. The candidates won the primary election, coming out on top of a pool of 27 candidates.

The three Young Alumni Trustee (YAT) candidates moving forward to the general election are Aisha Chebbi ’24, Sydney S. Johnson ’24, and Chioma Ugwonali ’24. The candidates won the primary election, coming out on top of a pool of 27 candidates.

NEWS | 4 days ago

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Projects Board funding runs dry for Spring semester, student groups frustrated

Project’s Board is coming to the end of their $130,000 semester budget. Several groups have reported receiving less or no funding in the final weeks of the semester, leading to speculation about the status of the Projects Board budget. The Daily Princetonian spoke with USG and Projects Board representatives, as well as student group leaders to understand how this happened.

NEWS | 4 days ago

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“She’s such a builder:” Kauanui appointed to Indigenous Studies professorship

After student complaints of an inadequate Indigenous Studies program, the Effron Center for the Study of America hired a new professor for the initiative.

After student complaints of an inadequate Indigenous Studies program, the Effron Center for the Study of America hired a new professor for the initiative.

NEWS | 5 days ago

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Princeton updates pregnancy policies in response to federal regulations

Princeton has updated its Policy on Discrimination and Harassment and adopted a new Student Pregnancy/Childbirth Accommodation Policy, in accordance with proposed changes to federal Title IX policy.

Princeton has updated its Policy on Discrimination and Harassment and adopted a new Student Pregnancy/Childbirth Accommodation Policy, in accordance with proposed changes to federal Title IX policy.

NEWS | 6 days ago

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Labyrinth will no longer supply books for Princeton courses

Coursebooks will be now offered through an online retailer, effective for summer programs and the upcoming fall semester. This marks the end of a 17-year partnership which offered textbooks through local independent bookstore Labyrinth.

Coursebooks will be now offered through an online retailer, effective for summer programs and the upcoming fall semester. This marks the end of a 17-year partnership which offered textbooks through local independent bookstore Labyrinth.

NEWS | 6 days ago

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Large crowds eclipse expectations for rare astronomical event

Massive groups of students and community members gathered at different events across Princeton’s campus and in town to view the first solar eclipse visible from this part of the country since 2017.

Massive groups of students and community members gathered at different events across Princeton’s campus and in town to view the first solar eclipse visible from this part of the country since 2017.

NEWS | April 8

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Admitted students talk role of ChatGPT in essays amid changing admissions policies

With the use of generative AI in college essays rising, the ‘Prince’ spoke to a computer science professor and incoming first-years to gauge their opinions.

With the use of generative AI in college essays rising, the ‘Prince’ spoke to a computer science professor and incoming first-years to gauge their opinions.

NEWS | April 8

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U. under federal investigation for antisemitism after complaint by conservative activist

The U.S. Department of Education launched an investigation into the University on Wednesday, April 3 regarding antisemitism on campus following a January complaint. Princeton joins other universities, including Harvard and Yale, who are also facing antisemitism investigations in recent months by the Department’s Office of Civil Rights.

The U.S. Department of Education launched an investigation into the University on Wednesday, April 3 regarding antisemitism on campus following a January complaint. Princeton joins other universities, including Harvard and Yale, who are also facing antisemitism investigations in recent months by the Department’s Office of Civil Rights.

NEWS | April 8

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USG updates budget, initiative for improved event accessibility

The USG heard a budget update, addressing fund allocations for travel, wellness programming, and local arts experiences. The Senate also heard a presentation about AccessAbility initiatives to improve event accessibility for disabled students. New student groups approved by the Student Groups Recognition Committee were automatically passed in a vote with no motions to overturn.

The USG heard a budget update, addressing fund allocations for travel, wellness programming, and local arts experiences. The Senate also heard a presentation about AccessAbility initiatives to improve event accessibility for disabled students. New student groups approved by the Student Groups Recognition Committee were automatically passed in a vote with no motions to overturn.

NEWS | April 8

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Eliza Griswold ’95 named director of Princeton’s Program in Journalism

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.

NEWS | April 8

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Baseball, softball fields to be displaced by new quantum building

Princeton baseball and softball teams will soon be relocated to the other side of Lake Carnegie due to campus construction. Clarke and Strubing Fields are being replaced by the Quantum Institute for Quantum Science and Engineering.

Princeton baseball and softball teams will soon be relocated to the other side of Lake Carnegie due to campus construction. Clarke and Strubing Fields are being replaced by the Quantum Institute for Quantum Science and Engineering.

NEWS | April 7