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At Whig event, Cornel West GS ’80 avoids topic of presidential run at University request

Instead, a key point of discussion was on West’s repeated calls for the U.S. to cease their involvement in the war in Ukraine and clashes with Harvard’s former president over his pro-Palestine politics.

Instead, a key point of discussion was on West’s repeated calls for the U.S. to cease their involvement in the war in Ukraine and clashes with Harvard’s former president over his pro-Palestine politics.

NEWS | November 10

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Eisgruber takes on three-year association role, indicating continued tenure at the University

Eisgruber’s appointment as vice chair is the first segment of a three-part, three-year role during which the group will issue research reports on topics that concern higher education.

Eisgruber’s appointment as vice chair is the first segment of a three part, three year role during which the group will issue research reports on topics that concern higher education.

NEWS | November 9

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Black community in historically Black Witherspoon-Jackson neighborhood shrinks

The data show that Princeton’s Black community is indeed shrinking, both in Witherspoon-Jackson and across the town, though Princeton’s Hispanic and Asian communities have grown markedly over the same period.

The data show that Princeton’s Black community is indeed shrinking, both in Witherspoon-Jackson and across the town, though Princeton’s Hispanic and Asian communities have grown markedly over the same period.

NEWS | November 9

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Supporter of resigned superintendent goes down on eventful election night

Democrats dominated in deep blue Mercer County and notched important wins in tightly contested state legislative elections amid major wins for the party nationwide.

Democrats dominated in deep blue Mercer County and notched important wins in tightly contested state legislative elections amid major wins for the party nationwide.

NEWS | November 9

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College Democrats organize as elections approach while other groups sit it out

Princeton College Democrats hosted a variety of canvassing and letter-writing events advocating for Democratic candidates before yesterday’s state elections.

Princeton College Democrats hosted a variety of canvassing and letter-writing events advocating for Democratic candidates before yesterday’s state elections.

NEWS | November 8

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Generational African American students build a community on campus

Until recently, Generational African American students didn’t have an organization specific to their community on campus. That changed with the founding of the Generational African American Students Association (GAASA) one year ago.

Until recently, Generational African American students didn’t have an organization specific to their community on campus. That changed with the founding of the Generational African American Students Association (GAASA) one year ago.

NEWS | November 8

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Princeton brings top investor from MIT to run PRINCO

The new PRINCO president appointee will replace current president Andrew Golden, whose tenure saw a nearly tenfold increase in Princeton's endowment. Tuohey will join PRINCO with 13 years of experience at Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Investment Management Company.

The new PRINCO president appointee will replace current president Andrew Golden, whose tenure saw a nearly tenfold increase in Princeton's endowment. Tuohey will join PRINCO with 13 years of experience at Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Investment Management Company.

NEWS | November 7

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Upcoming conference shines light on growing movement for Caribbean studies at Princeton

The student organization is set to host its first academic conference since 2006 this Saturday, Nov. 11. The conference is one part ongoing student advocacy to grow Caribbean studies at Princeton. 

The student organization is set to host its first academic conference since 2006 this Saturday, Nov. 11. The conference is one part ongoing student advocacy to grow Caribbean studies at Princeton. 

NEWS | November 7

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Natalie Zemon Davis, ‘historian of hope’ who illuminated history of the overlooked, dies at 94

Natalie Zemon Davis, a pioneer in the study of women, gender, and the marginalized in historical scholarship, died at her home in Toronto on Saturday, Oct. 21, at the age of 94.

Natalie Zemon Davis, a pioneer in the study of women, gender, and the marginalized in historical scholarship, died at her home in Toronto on Saturday, Oct. 21, at the age of 94.

NEWS | November 6

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Worried about student engagement, USG weighs new app to poll students

The Undergraduate Student Government (USG) Senate met on Sunday to weigh a new method of student engagement, reminiscent of the direct democracy that is common in the Swiss Confederation.

The Undergraduate Student Government (USG) Senate met on Sunday to weigh a new method of student engagement, reminiscent of the direct democracy that is common in the Swiss Confederation.

NEWS | November 5

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In the wake of major reorganization, PLASA focuses on community and professional development

Changes in the PLASA's structure are part of the groups efforts to make Latine students, a group making up 10 percent of the student body, feel like they are inherently part of the campus community.

Changes in PLASA’s structure are part of the groups efforts to make Latine students, a group making up 10 percent of the student body, feel like they are inherently part of the campus community.

NEWS | November 3

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Director of Accessibility and Disability Services retires after 17 years at Princeton

Erickson’s retirement marks another moment of turnover for the University. Administrators, including Dean of the College Jill Dolan, the Director of the Office of Sustainability Shana Weber, and the Deputy Dean of Undergraduate Students Thomas Dunne all announced their leave from the University in the past year.

NEWS | November 3

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After calls for lighting, only three students attend campus lighting safety walk

Three students, one administrator, and one PSAFE officer attended the campus walk through. This was the first of three lighting safety walks to assess campus lighting.

Three students, one administrator, and one PSAFE officer attended the campus walk through. This was the first of three lighting safety walks to assess campus lighting.

NEWS | November 1

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Holder and Henry sewage problems caused by tennis balls, ping pong balls, and beer cans

Flushed tennis balls, ping-pong balls, and beer cans clogged plumbing systems in Holder and Henry halls earlier this week, causing damages to a student rug and drain cap. Repairs are ongoing in both locations as the sewage smell lingers, according to residents. 

Flushed tennis balls, ping pong balls, and beer cans clogged plumbing systems in Holder and Henry halls earlier this week, causing damages to a student rug and drain cap. Repairs are ongoing in both locations as the sewage smell lingers, according to residents. 

NEWS | November 1

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Alumnus invokes Princeton’s informal motto, then sentenced to two months for Jan. 6 actions

Larry Giberson ’23 was sentenced to two months of incarceration, six months of home detention, and $2000 in fines by D.C. District Court Judge Carl J. Nichols for his involvement in the Capitol riot on Jan. 6, 2021.

Larry Giberson ’23 was sentenced to two months of incarceration, six months of home detention, and $2000 in fines by D.C. District Court Judge Carl J. Nichols for his involvement in the Capitol riot on Jan. 6, 2021.

NEWS | November 1

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Princeton Slavery Project reaches ten-year anniversary, presents findings to New Jersey Reparations Council

Last month, Isabela Morales GS ’19 presented on her work with the Princeton and Slavery Project during the New Jersey Reparations Council’s first public hearing. Over the course of its ten-year existence, the Princeton and Slavery Project has published a plethora of stories and primary sources that shed light on the University’s extensive relationship with slavery.

Last month, Isabela Morales GS ’19 presented on her work with the Princeton and Slavery Project during the New Jersey Reparations Council’s first public hearing. Over the course of its ten-year existence, the Princeton and Slavery Project has published a plethora of stories and primary sources that shed light on the University’s extensive relationship with slavery.

NEWS | October 31

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