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Third annual Wintersession to offer 525 courses

The 525 courses offered this January will be led by 389 on-campus facilitators. Offerings include courses from “A Drum Machine in Your Mouth: The Art of Beatboxing” to “How to Beat Your Grandma at Scrabble” to “Organic Chemistry for Anyone!”

The 525 courses offered this January will be led by 389 on-campus facilitators. Offerings include courses from “A Drum Machine in Your Mouth: The Art of Beatboxing” to “How to Beat Your Grandma at Scrabble” to “Organic Chemistry for Anyone!”

NEWS | December 8

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‘A rediscovery of the ancient world’: Anthony Grafton discusses new book

In a conversation with The Daily Princetonian, Grafton spoke about the process of writing his new book and how it intersects with his work in the Department of History. 

In a conversation with The Daily Princetonian, Grafton spoke about the process of writing his new book and how it intersects with his work in the Department of History. 

NEWS | December 7

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Princeton Theological Seminary community reflects on historic appointment of first Black president

“He understands, in a way that's really transformative, the role and place of theological education in our current moment,” Professor Eddie S. Glaude said of Rev. Dr. Jonathan Lee Walton's appointment as President of the Princeton Theological Seminary. 

“He understands, in a way that's really transformative, the role and place of theological education in our current moment,” Professor Eddie S. Glaude said of Rev. Dr. Jonathan Lee Walton's appointment as President of the Princeton Theological Seminary. 

NEWS | December 7

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USG hears end-of-term reports, amends Honor Constitution

In the final meeting of the Takeuchi and Kapoor term, the USG approved amendments to the Honor Committee constitution, provided updates on campus security advocacy, and discussed Senate projects. 

In the final meeting of the Takeuchi and Kapoor term, the USG approved amendments to the Honor Committee constitution, provided updates on campus security advocacy, and discussed Senate projects. 

NEWS | December 6

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‘It's life changing’: QuestBridge students match with Princeton

“I was so overwhelmed when I received my acceptance, I practically ran down the halls to tell all my teachers,” said Peyton McLaughlin ’27, a first-generation student from Philadelphia, Pa., who matched with Princeton through QuestBridge.

“I was so overwhelmed when I received my acceptance, I practically ran down the halls to tell all my teachers,” said Peyton McLaughlin ’27, a first-generation student from Philadelphia, Pa., who matched with Princeton through QuestBridge.

NEWS | December 6

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ACLU, SPIA host panel on clemency

A recent lecture held by the School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) hosted Oregon Governor Kate Brown and prison reform advocate Michael Thompson; both were awarded the ACLU’s first ever Lewis Conway Jr. Leadership in Clemency Award for their work.

A recent lecture held by the School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) hosted Oregon Governor Kate Brown and prison reform advocate Michael Thompson; both were awarded the ACLU’s first ever Lewis Conway Jr. Leadership in Clemency Award for their work.

NEWS | December 6

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Professor Imani Perry honored with National Book Award

The National Book Foundation honored professor of African American Studies Imani Perry’s “South to America: A Journey Below the Mason-Dixon to Understand the Soul of a Nation” with its award in nonfiction. In the book, Perry draws on the stories, figures, and traditions of the American South.

The National Book Foundation honored professor of African American Studies Imani Perry’s “South to America: A Journey Below the Mason-Dixon to Understand the Soul of a Nation” with its award in nonfiction. In the book, Perry draws on the stories, figures, and traditions of the American South.

NEWS | December 5

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Candidates for USG President clash over student wellbeing, advocacy tactics in debate

The three candidates for USG president, Stephen Daniels ’24, Isabella Shutt ’24, and Audrey Zhang ’25 took to the debate stage in Whig Hall to discuss the issues facing Princeton students. Voting opens on Monday, Dec. 5 at 12 p.m.

The three candidates for USG president, Stephen Daniels ’24, Isabella Shutt ’24, and Audrey Zhang ’25 took to the debate stage in Whig Hall to discuss the issues facing Princeton students. Voting opens on Monday, Dec. 5 at 12 p.m.

NEWS | December 5

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Princeton community hosts vigil mourning Club Q shooting

On Thursday, Dec. 1, the Princeton Graduate Student Government (GSG) and Intersecting Queer Identities (IQI)/Queer Graduate Caucus (QGC) hosted a vigil behind the Fountain of Freedom mourning the victims of the Nov. 19 Club Q Shooting in Colorado Springs.

On Thursday, Dec. 1, the Princeton Graduate Student Government (GSG) and Intersecting Queer Identities (IQI)/Queer Graduate Caucus (QGC) hosted a vigil behind the Fountain of Freedom mourning the victims of the Nov. 19 Club Q Shooting in Colorado Springs.

NEWS | December 4

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Narayanan ’24 elected 147th editor-in-chief of The Daily Princetonian

“My hope for the next year is to cover our community as students see it.  There are so many exciting things happening on campus, and I want the 'Prince' to reflect them,” Narayanan said.

“My hope for the next year is to cover our community as students see it.  There are so many exciting things happening on campus, and I want the 'Prince' to reflect them,” Narayanan said.

NEWS | December 4

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Activist George M. Johnson discusses book, queer identity in World AIDS Day talk

George M. Johnson, author of “All Boys Aren't Blue,“ a New York Times bestseller, discussed growing up queer and Black, living with HIV, and vulnerability in the writing process at a World AIDS Day lecture on campus.

George M. Johnson, author of “All Boys Aren't Blue,“ a New York Times bestseller, discussed growing up queer and Black, living with HIV, and vulnerability in the writing process at a World AIDS Day lecture on campus.

NEWS | December 4

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Investigation into Misrach Ewunetie ’24's death continues

According to an email from the Middlesex County Medical Examiner’s Office on Nov. 30, autopsy reports and ancillary studies in Ewunetie’s case are estimated to take 12–16 weeks.

According to an email from the Middlesex County Medical Examiner’s Office on Nov. 30, autopsy reports and ancillary studies in Ewunetie’s case are estimated to take 12–16 weeks.

NEWS | December 2

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Arts Council hosts panel on ‘Overlooked History’ of Black artists in Princeton

The panel took place against the backdrop of a community push for telling “a broader and more inclusive history” of art in Princeton and the surrounding areas.

The panel took place against the backdrop of a community push for telling “a broader and more inclusive history” of art in Princeton and the surrounding areas.

NEWS | December 1

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Alumni in Congress discuss importance of bipartisanship at SPIA

Congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi ’95 (D-Ill.) and Congressman Glenn Thompson (R-Pa.) spoke at a recent event on the importance of bipartisanship in government, highlighting a 2018 education bill which they co-sponsored. 

Congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi ’95 (D-Ill.) and Congressman Glenn Thompson (R-Pa.) spoke at a recent event on the importance of bipartisanship in government, highlighting a 2018 education bill which they co-sponsored. 

NEWS | November 30

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Princeton community mourns Xinjiang fire victims, stands with protestors

Princeton students gathered in front of Nassau Hall on Nov. 29 in solidarity with those who recently died in an apartment fire in Urumqi in light of China’s restrictive zero-COVID policies. Attendees, which included Chinese international students and prominent human rights activist Teng Biao, sung Chinese protest songs and shared anti-censorship speeches.

Princeton students gathered in front of Nassau Hall on Nov. 29 in solidarity with those who recently died in an apartment fire in Urumqi in light of China’s restrictive zero-COVID policies. Attendees, which included Chinese international students and prominent human rights activist Teng Biao, sung Chinese protest songs and shared anti-censorship speeches.

NEWS | November 30

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Principal Chief of Osage Nation speaks on tribe sovereignty

Principal Chief Geoffrey Standing Bear discussed his experience navigating federal laws and relationships as Principal Chief of the Osage Nation in Oklahoma at a talk on Tuesday, Nov. 29, in Aaron Burr Hall.

Principal Chief Geoffrey Standing Bear discussed his experience navigating federal laws and relationships as Principal Chief of the Osage Nation in Oklahoma at a talk on Tuesday, Nov. 29, in Aaron Burr Hall.

NEWS | November 30

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Anne-Marie Slaughter ’80, Dean Dolan talk women and leadership

Former Dean of the School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) Anne-Marie Slaughter ’80 spoke on Monday, Nov. 28 about her latest book “Renewal: From Crisis to Transformation in Our Lives, Work, and Politics” at an event hosted by the Princeton Public Library.

Former Dean of the School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) Anne-Marie Slaughter ’80 spoke on Monday, Nov. 28 about her latest book “Renewal: From Crisis to Transformation in Our Lives, Work, and Politics” at an event hosted by the Princeton Public Library.

NEWS | November 29