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USG initiative to provide students with dining points redeemable at Nassau Street restaurants

Students on the unlimited meal plan, which includes all first-years and sophomores, will have $150 on their TigerCards to spend at various restaurants in town beginning this fall.

Students on the unlimited meal plan, which includes all first-years and sophomores, will have $150 on their TigerCards to spend at various restaurants in town beginning this fall.

NEWS | August 30

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Construction delays in Yeh College, NCW may result in temporary housing assignments for half of each college

The University announced to students in Yeh College and New College West (NCW) that students who were assigned rooms in Kwanza Jones, Jose E. Feliciano, Grousbeck, and Mannion Halls may be assigned temporary housing “before moving to their permanent homes.”

The University announced to students in Yeh College and New College West (NCW) that students who were assigned rooms in Kwanza Jones, Jose E. Feliciano, Grousbeck, and Mannion Halls may be assigned temporary housing “before moving to their permanent homes.”

NEWS | August 15

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UHS releases statement on monkeypox detailing isolation, treatment guidelines ahead of fall

The email, detailing exposure, testing, and isolation protocols, as well as treatment options, marks the University’s first public acknowledgment of the virus.

The email, detailing exposure, testing, and isolation protocols, as well as treatment options, marks the University’s first public acknowledgment of the virus.

NEWS | August 12

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Former ‘Prince’ chairman Robert Ruxin ’76 passes away

Robert H. Ruxin ’76, former Chairman of the Managing News Board of The Daily Princetonian, died on Sunday, July 17, at the age of 69. He passed peacefully after a six-year battle with multiple myeloma while surrounded by his family in their home in Lexington, Mass.

Robert H. Ruxin ’76, former Chairman of the Managing News Board of The Daily Princetonian, died on Sunday, July 17, at the age of 69. He passed peacefully after a six-year battle with multiple myeloma while surrounded by his family in their home in Lexington, Mass.

NEWS | August 2

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USG meets to discuss Yeh College and New College West construction delays

The USG convened on July 24 to discuss Fall Lawnparties preliminary plans, internal reforms to improve transparency, and hosted a forum to hear students’ concerns about construction delays.

The USG convened on July 24 to discuss Fall Lawnparties preliminary plans, internal reforms to improve transparency, and hosted a forum to hear students’ concerns about construction delays.

NEWS | August 2

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“A coordinated regulatory dance”: Levine lab identifies new elements involved in genome organization

Levine’s team’s work could have critical implications in treating a host of human diseases, from psychiatric disorders to cancer and diabetes.

Levine’s team’s work could have critical implications in treating a host of human diseases, from psychiatric disorders to cancer and diabetes.

NEWS | August 2

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University joins amicus brief to uphold race and ethnicity in admissions policies

The University’s Office of the General Counsel spearheaded the effort to join the amicus brief, with support from President Christopher L. Eisgruber ’83 and other senior University leaders, according to Vice President and General Counsel Ramona E. Romero. 

The University’s Office of the General Counsel spearheaded the effort to join the amicus brief, with support from President Christopher L. Eisgruber ’83 and other senior University leaders, according to Vice President and General Counsel Ramona E. Romero. 

NEWS | August 2

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Princeton professor Kevin Kruse accused of plagiarism in Cornell dissertation, ‘surprised’ by lack of citation

Economic historian Phillip Magness alleges that Kruse plagiarized sections of works from Georgia Institute of Technology Professor Emeritus Ronald H. Bayor and Thomas Sugrue, a historian and Julius Silver Professor at New York University in his doctoral dissertation at Cornell University and his subsequent book “One Nation Under God: How Corporate America Invented Christian America.”

Economic historian Phillip Magness alleges that Kruse plagiarized sections of works from Georgia Institute of Technology Professor Emeritus Ronald H. Bayor and Thomas Sugrue, a historian and Julius Silver Professor at New York University in his doctoral dissertation at Cornell University and his subsequent book “One Nation Under God: How Corporate America Invented Christian America.”

NEWS | August 2

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COVID-19 testing optional, boosters not required: Princeton to ‘resume pre-COVID-19 schedules’

Effective immediately, students are “no longer required to submit asymptomatic test samples” for COVID-19, according to a memo from University administrators on Thursday, July 28. The memo to students also stated that booster vaccines will no longer be required.

Effective immediately, students are “no longer required to submit asymptomatic test samples” for COVID-19, according to a memo from University administrators on Thursday, July 28. The memo to students also stated that booster vaccines will no longer be required.

NEWS | July 28

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‘Scars remain’: Princeton alumni in Highland Park reflect on a community forever changed

Several alumni living in the area who were present at the parade during the shooting discuss the effects and aftermath on the Highland Park community. 

Several alumni living in the area who were present at the parade during the shooting discuss the effects and aftermath on the Highland Park community. 

NEWS | July 23

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Congresswoman Watson Coleman among 17 members of Congress arrested at abortion rights rally

Rep. Watson Coleman, whose congressional district includes Princeton, was one of 17 members of Congress arrested in a reproductive rights protest outside the U.S. Supreme Court on July 19.

Rep. Watson Coleman, whose congressional district includes Princeton, was one of 17 members of Congress arrested in a reproductive rights protest outside the U.S. Supreme Court on July 19.

NEWS | July 20

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Construction delays in Yeh College, NCW could temporarily relocate students this fall

According to a University memo, both dormitories and common spaces within the colleges may be incomplete in September. Some students may be forced to stay temporarily in First College dorm rooms which have not yet been demolished.

According to a University memo, both dormitories and common spaces within the colleges may be incomplete in September. Some students may be forced to stay temporarily in First College dorm rooms which have not yet been demolished.

NEWS | July 20

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Princeton Town Council designates Prospect Avenue as historic district

At its July 11 meeting, the Princeton Town Council voted unanimously to designate Prospect Avenue as a historic district, after a nomination submitted by the Princeton Prospect Foundation in 2021. 

At its July 11 meeting, the Princeton Town Council voted unanimously to designate Prospect Avenue as a historic district, after a nomination submitted by the Princeton Prospect Foundation in 2021. 

NEWS | July 19

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Princeton mathematician June Huh wins 2022 Fields Medal, becomes first recipient of Korean descent

Huh becomes the 13th Princeton-affiliated individual to win the Fields Medal. Previous winners include current faculty members Charles Fefferman and Manjul Bhargava GS ’01, who received the Medal in 1978 and 2014, respectively.  

Huh becomes the 13th Princeton-affiliated individual to win the Fields Medal. Previous winners include current faculty members Charles Fefferman and Manjul Bhargava GS ‘01, who received the Medal in 1978 and 2014, respectively.  

NEWS | July 9

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USG approves six new members, discusses progress on mental health initiatives in summer meeting

USG discusses organization reform, confirms new members, and reflects on mental health initiatives in their first meeting since the end of the spring semester. 

USG discusses organization reform, confirms new members, and reflects on mental health initiatives in their first meeting since the end of the spring semester. 

NEWS | July 7

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Princeton professors, alumni react to SCOTUS decision to overturn Roe v. Wade

In a majority opinion penned by Princeton University alumnus Justice Samuel Alito ’72, the Supreme Court held Friday that the Constitution does not protect a right to an abortion. As news broke, many Princeton community members joined in the chorus of reproductive rights activists protesting the ruling across the nation, while some conservative alumni and professors lauded the decision.

In a majority opinion penned by Princeton alumnus Justice Samuel Alito ’72, the Supreme Court held Friday that the Constitution does not protect a right to an abortion. As news broke, many Princeton community members joined in the chorus of reproductive rights activists protesting the ruling across the nation, while some conservative alumni and professors lauded the decision.

NEWS | June 24

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In wake of mass shootings, Princeton students, community rally for gun control

Following the loss of 21 lives in the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, Princeton students and community members have come together, advocating for gun reform and rallying for the national movement against gun violence.

Following the loss of 21 lives in the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, Princeton students and community members have come together, advocating for gun reform and rallying for the national movement against gun violence.

NEWS | June 21

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Princeton students, alumni, community react to University’s dismissal of classics professor

While multiple students and alumni who spoke to The Daily Princetonian expressed relief that a professor who had engaged in a relationship with an undergraduate would no longer be part of the faculty, other University community members have written publicly in disagreement with the University’s decision and in defense of Katz.

While multiple students and alumni who spoke to The Daily Princetonian expressed relief that a professor who had engaged in a relationship with an undergraduate would no longer be part of the faculty, other University community members have written publicly in disagreement with the University’s decision and in defense of Katz.

NEWS | June 20