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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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‘This feels like a 1968 moment’: Mobilization in a culture of apathy

Princeton University has a longstanding and recognized reputation for apathy, and it is often considered to be a veritable part of the institution's identity. The 'Prince' reflects on moments of disruption in recent history, and how the ongoing sit-in for Palestine may shake that reputation.

Princeton University has a longstanding and recognized reputation for apathy, and it is often considered to be a veritable part of the institution's identity. The 'Prince' reflects on moments of disruption in recent history, and how the ongoing sit-in for Palestine may shake that reputation.

NEWS | April 26

McCosh courtyard in the dark night, with various protestors and their belongings like bags and coats, as well as signs hung from trees that say "Free Free Palestine" and "Popular University for Gaza."

After 24 hours, Princeton sit-in for Gaza persists

The Princeton University sit-in in solidarity with Gaza has reached a full 24 hours. Students began the sit-in early Thursday morning, after planning documents leaked on Wednesday indicated that students were preparing for an encampment.

The Princeton University sit-in in solidarity with Gaza has reached a full 24 hours. Students began the sit-in early Thursday morning, after planning documents leaked on Wednesday indicated that students were preparing for an encampment.

NEWS | April 26

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‘Never going to be our philosophy’: Princeton’s response to the ever-changing world of NIL and collectives

Princeton continues to buck the national trend by not establishing an NIL collective for its athletes. The Daily Princetonian sat down with athletic director John Mack ’00 and three current athletes to discuss the implications that NIL has had on the student-athlete experience at Princeton.

Princeton continues to buck the national trend by not establishing an NIL collective for its athletes. The Daily Princetonian sat down with athletic director John Mack ’00 and three current athletes to discuss the implications that NIL has had on the student-athlete experience at Princeton.

NEWS | April 26

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Princeton Armenian Society hosts first Turkish scholar to acknowledge Armenian genocide

On Wednesday, April 24, the Princeton Armenian Society hosted Taner Akçam, the inaugural director of the Armenian Genocide Research Program at UCLA to discuss Armenian genocide denial. Akçam is also the first Turkish scholar to acknowledge the genocide.

On Wednesday, April 24, the Princeton Armenian Society hosted Taner Akçam, the inaugural director of the Armenian Genocide Research Program at UCLA to discuss Armenian genocide denial. Akçam is also the first Turkish scholar to acknowledge the genocide.

NEWS | April 26

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‘Gaza Solidarity Encampment’ launches at Princeton, students arrested

Princeton students erected a tent encampment in McCosh Courtyard early Thursday morning, joining a wave of pro-Palestinian sit-ins across the country. Princeton Public Safety has issued its first warning to protesters, and at least two student arrests has been made.

Princeton students erected a tent encampment in McCosh Courtyard early Thursday morning, joining a wave of pro-Palestinian sit-ins across the country. Princeton Public Safety has issued its first warning to protesters, and at least two student arrests has been made.

NEWS | April 25

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In preemptive move, U. says encampment protestors will likely be arrested and barred from campus

Students participating in an encampment on campus will be arrested and “immediately” barred from University grounds, Vice President for Campus Life W. Rochelle Calhoun wrote in an email to undergraduates on Wednesday morning. The move serves as an unprecedented pre-emptive response to the growing trend of pro-Palestinian encampments that have gripped peer institutions.

Students participating in an encampment on campus will be arrested and “immediately” barred from University grounds, Vice President for Campus Life W. Rochelle Calhoun wrote in an email to undergraduates on Wednesday morning. The move serves as an unprecedented pre-emptive response to the growing trend of pro-Palestinian encampments that have gripped peer institutions.

NEWS | April 25

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Campus politics on the ballot: When do student referenda succeed?

The Daily Princetonian looked back at referenda from the past decade to understand how the formal process for enacting change affects campus discourse and University policy.

The Daily Princetonian looked back at referenda from the past decade to understand how the formal process for enacting change affects campus discourse and University policy.

NEWS | April 24

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Princeton students to start ‘Gaza Solidarity Encampment,’ leaked documents say

According to documents leaked by the National Review, students at Princeton are planning an encampment similar to those that have been constructed in the past week at other universities, including Columbia and Yale. An email from administration pointed to suspension or expulsion for students who participate.

According to documents leaked by the National Review, students at Princeton are planning an encampment similar to those that have been constructed in the past week at other universities, including Columbia and Yale. An email from administration pointed to suspension or expulsion for students who participate.

NEWS | April 24

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Princeton Pro-Life revived post-Dobbs

The Princeton Pro-Life Club has experienced a resurgence in the 2023–24 academic year. The ‘Prince’ spoke with the president of the club and attended a reception to learn more about the club’s rebirth.

The Princeton Pro-Life Club has experienced a resurgence in the 2023–24 academic year. The ‘Prince’ spoke with the president of the club and attended a reception to learn more about the club’s rebirth.

NEWS | April 24

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Grad students will vote on unionization May 13 and 14

A graduate student union election date is officially set for mid-May, four days after postdocs and scholars are set to vote to establish their own union. PGSU initially filed for an election with the National Labor Relations Board on April 12.

A graduate student union election date is officially set for mid-May, four days after postdocs and scholars are set to vote to establish their own union. PGSU initially filed for an election with the National Labor Relations Board on April 12.

NEWS | April 24

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Two years in the making: PSRJ launches condom dispensers

Princeton Students for Reproductive Justice (PSRJ) celebrated the launch of condom dispensers around campus with a party in Campus Club on Friday, April 19, capping off its second annual “Sex Ed week.”

Princeton Students for Reproductive Justice (PSRJ) celebrated the launch of condom dispensers around campus with a party in Campus Club on Friday, April 19, capping off its second annual “Sex Ed week.”

NEWS | April 23

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University phones experiencing service disruptions, internal and emergency calls unaffected

On Monday, April 22, a TigerAlert from the Office of Information Technology announced that University phones were experiencing a "service disruption." OIT has not yet provided a resolution time, and is currently investigating the issue.

On Monday, April 22, a TigerAlert from the Office of Information Technology announced that University phones were experiencing a "service disruption." OIT has not yet provided a resolution time, and is currently investigating the issue.

NEWS | April 22

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USG discusses mental health initiatives at final meeting of semester

The Undergraduate Student Government Senate met for the final time this semester, discussing mental health and graduate student government collaboration among other updates.

The Undergraduate Student Government Senate met for the final time this semester, discussing mental health and graduate student government collaboration among other updates.

NEWS | April 22