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A large brick building covered in ivy overlooks a courtyard. Tarps are placed on the ground, and in the center there are speakers and a microphone, along with a folding chair.

Students claim meeting with Eisgruber was unproductive, hunger strike will continue

On May 6, a small group of protesters met with University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83, Dean of the Graduate School Rodney Priestley, and Dean of the School of Public and International Affairs Amaney Jamal to discuss the demands of the ongoing sit-in on Cannon Green. According to protesters, the meeting was unproductive, and the hunger strike will continue.

On May 6, a small group of protesters met with University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83, Dean of the Graduate School Rodney Priestley, and Dean of the School of Public and International Affairs Amaney Jamal to discuss the demands of the ongoing sit-in on Cannon Green. According to protesters, the meeting was unproductive, and the hunger strike will continue.

NEWS | May 6

Students sit around on a blue tarp with a speaker standing. She is wearing a hijab and keffiyah and appears to be reading from her phone. In the background, there are signs saying “Hunger Strike for Palestine” and “Demand 1 Hold a Divestment Meeting”.

‘I think we were forced into this position’: Hunger strike for Palestine continues

At least 17 undergraduates began a hunger strike on Friday morning to demand that the University meet with students to discuss financial and academic disassociation from Israel and to drop criminal and disciplinary charges against the 13 students arrested for occupying Clio Hall on Monday. The hunger strikers have received regular health checkups as they faced rainy weather all weekend without shelter.

At least 17 undergraduates began a hunger strike on Friday morning to demand that the University meet with students to discuss financial and academic disassociation from Israel and to drop criminal and disciplinary charges against the 13 students arrested for occupying Clio Hall on Monday. The hunger strikers have received regular health checkups as they faced rainy weather all weekend without shelter.

NEWS | May 6

A group of protesters gather in a circle outside in front of a large building covered in ivy. Someone speaks into a megaphone, and some protesters carry signs.

Annual May Day March stops at ‘Gaza Solidarity Encampment’

On May 1, campus and local organizations came together to organize the annual May Day March, to celebrate workers and advocate for labor rights and social justice.

On May 1, campus and local organizations came together to organize the annual May Day March, to celebrate workers and advocate for labor rights and social justice.

NEWS | May 3

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Princeton faculty member dies in traffic accident

On April 29, Dr. William Noel, the John T. Maltsberger III ’55 Associate University Librarian for Special Collections in the Princeton University Library, died from injuries sustained in a traffic accident in Edinburgh, Scotland. The ‘Prince’ spoke with colleagues of Noel to learn about his contributions to Medieval Studies and his lasting legacy.

On April 29, Dr. William Noel, the John T. Maltsberger III ’55 Associate University Librarian for Special Collections in the Princeton University Library, died from injuries sustained in a traffic accident in Edinburgh, Scotland. The ‘Prince’ spoke with colleagues of Noel to learn about his contributions to Medieval Studies and his lasting legacy.

NEWS | May 2

Nassau Hall at night with Cannon Green, full of students milling around.

‘Black Princeton’ group chat deleted following viral leak

Abigail Anthony ’23, a reporter for the conservative news outlet, The National Review, posted screenshots of messages from the “Black Princeton” GroupMe chat on X. Hours later, the group chat — once a virtual hub for Princeton’s Black community — was deleted.

Abigail Anthony ’23, a reporter for the conservative news outlet, The National Review, posted screenshots of messages from the “Black Princeton” GroupMe chat on X. Hours later, the group chat — once a virtual hub for Princeton’s Black community — was deleted.

NEWS | May 2

Signs reading "Free Palestine," "End apartheid," "Not in our name," and "No justice no peace" hang from a tree in the foreground. In the background, people sitting on a green lawn and a stone building covered in ivy.

Day seven of ‘Gaza Solidarity Encampment’ at Princeton

The “Gaza Solidarity Encampment” enters its seventh day. Students remained in Cannon Green overnight after a press conference in Palmer Square and an update from VP Calhoun — follow for live updates.

The “Gaza Solidarity Encampment” enters its seventh day. Students remained in Cannon Green overnight after a press conference in Palmer Square and an update from VP Calhoun — follow for live updates.

NEWS | May 1

A group of protesters stand in a semi-circle in front of a large black gate. Some hold up posters with photographs of men.

Outside organization hosts demonstration calling for removal of Mousavian

On Friday, April 26, an outside organization hosted a demonstration outside of FitzRandolph Gate to call for the removal of Seyed Hossein Mousavian, a Princeton University research fellow and formerly a prominent member of the Iranian government.

On Friday, April 26, an outside organization hosted a demonstration outside of FitzRandolph Gate to call for the removal of Seyed Hossein Mousavian, a Princeton University research fellow and formerly a prominent member of the Iranian government.

NEWS | April 30

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Day six of ‘Gaza Solidarity Encampment’ at Princeton

The “Gaza Solidarity Encampment” enters its sixth day, with students relocating the sit-in to Cannon Green yesterday evening following an occupation of Clio Hall and 13 arrests — follow for live updates.

The “Gaza Solidarity Encampment” enters its sixth day, with students relocating the sit-in to Cannon Green yesterday evening following an occupation of Clio Hall and 13 arrests — follow for live updates.

NEWS | April 30

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CPUC discusses divestment policies and video recording as sit-in forms across campus

University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 reiterated the University’s “time, place, and manner” restrictions, and a parliamentary maneuver by Daniel Shaw ’25 delayed the vote on recording policy.

University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 reiterated the University’s “time, place, and manner” restrictions, and a parliamentary maneuver by Daniel Shaw ’25 delayed the vote on recording policy.

NEWS | April 30

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Clio Hall occupation ends in 13 arrests, sit-in relocates to Cannon Green

In the late afternoon of Monday, April 30, the occupation of Clio Hall by pro-Palestinian protesters ended in 13 arrests. Afterwards, the “Gaza Solidarity Encampment” relocated from McCosh Courtyard to Cannon Green.

In the late afternoon of Monday, April 30, the occupation of Clio Hall by pro-Palestinian protesters ended in 13 arrests. Afterwards, the “Gaza Solidarity Encampment” relocated from McCosh Courtyard to Cannon Green.

NEWS | April 30

Room with wood paneling and a large chalkboard, shot from a high angle. Students mill around the forum in conversation.

USG releases statement on free speech, does not explicitly condemn student arrests following botched Senate vote

Following a rushed special meeting on Sunday, April 28, the Undergraduate Student Government (USG) Senate published a statement around 2 p.m. on Monday, April 29 calling on the University to “publicly reaffirm the right to speak and peaceably assemble” and “commit to suspending neither student groups nor individuals without meaningful due process.”

Following a rushed special meeting on Sunday, April 28, the Undergraduate Student Government (USG) Senate published a statement around 2 p.m. on Monday, April 29 calling on the University to “publicly reaffirm the right to speak and peaceably assemble” and “commit to suspending neither student groups nor individuals without meaningful due process.”

NEWS | April 29

Tree wrapped in various posters in support of Palestine, and red streamer is wrapped around the space below. A crocheted peace symbol is hanging from a branch.

Day five of ‘Gaza Solidarity Encampment’ at Princeton

The fifth day of the “Gaza Solidarity Encampment” will likely face the reactions of two major administrative bodies on the sit-in — the Council of the Princeton University Community and the Undergraduate Student Government.

The fifth day of the “Gaza Solidarity Encampment” will likely face the reactions of two major administrative bodies on the sit-in — the Council of the Princeton University Community and the Undergraduate Student Government.

NEWS | April 29

In an auditorium, a group of students raise their hands to vote.

USG holds eleventh-hour emergency meeting, statement on Lawnparties to come

With day four of the sit-in beginning, USG had yet to officially gather to discuss the demonstration. The ‘Prince’ spoke to non-voting attendees and USG Senate members, some of whom expressed frustration at the lack of action, and others who chalked the night’s events up to the execution of procedure.

With day four of the sit-in beginning, USG had yet to officially gather to discuss the demonstration. The ‘Prince’ spoke to non-voting attendees and USG Senate members, some of whom expressed frustration at the lack of action, and others who chalked the night’s events up to the execution of procedure.

NEWS | April 28

Students sit on lawn with picnic blankets and Palestinian red, green, white, and black flags. They lie in from of a Tudor Gothic building.

Faculty, students, and community members speak out in support for two arrested grad students

145 faculty and postdoctoral researchers sent a letter to top University administrators, calling for “the immediate and full reinstatement” of Achinthya Sivalingam GS and Hassan Sayed GS, the two graduate students arrested early Thursday morning at the beginning of the Gaza solidarity sit-in.

145 faculty and postdoctoral researchers sent a letter to top University administrators, calling for “the immediate and full reinstatement” of Achinthya Sivalingam GS and Hassan Sayed GS, the two graduate students arrested early Thursday morning at the beginning of the Gaza solidarity sit-in.

NEWS | April 27

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