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Two Princeton professors testify in election hearings regarding New Jersey county line

The county line system places endorsed candidates in a single column or row, which displays them more prominently on primary ballots, as opposed to the block ballot system, which groups candidates by the office they are seeking. The system is unique to New Jersey.

The county line system places endorsed candidates in a single column or row, which displays them more prominently on primary ballots, as opposed to the block ballot system, which groups candidates by the office they are seeking. The system is unique to New Jersey.

NEWS | April 21

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University’s termination of lease with Nassau Swim Club makes splash of community pushback

Despite pushback from community members, the University’s decision to terminate the lease of the Nassau Swim Club (NSC) on Tuesday will go forward as planned. This decision follows NSC facing financial difficulties for several years. The University refused the appeal put forth by NSC which included detailed financial plans.

Despite pushback from community members, the University’s decision to terminate the lease of the Nassau Swim Club (NSC) on Tuesday will go forward as planned. This decision follows NSC facing financial difficulties for several years. The University refused the appeal put forth by NSC which included detailed financial plans.

NEWS | April 21

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Protest supporting Columbia’s ‘Gaza Solidarity Encampment’ circles Cannon Green on Declaration Day

The protest follows the arrest and suspension of over 100 students involved in the “Gaza Solidarity Encampment” at Columbia University.

The protest follows the arrest and suspension of over 100 students involved in the “Gaza Solidarity Encampment” at Columbia University.

NEWS | April 21

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Lil Tecca to headline spring Lawnparties, Weatherboy will open

The rapper’s mainstage performance will kick off at 3:15 p.m. at Frist North Lawn. Student rock band Weatherboy, which was set to open last semester but was unable due to weather conditions, will open at 2:30 p.m.

The rapper’s mainstage performance will kick off at 3:15 p.m. at Frist North Lawn. Student rock band Weatherboy, which was set to open last semester but was unable due to weather conditions, will open at 2:30 p.m.

NEWS | April 19

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Two officers terminated in first consequential DPS disciplinary report

Public Safety’s 2023 Major Disciplinary Action Report listed disciplinary actions against three officers, including two terminations and one suspension, for the first time since the report’s introduction in 2021.

Public Safety’s 2023 Major Disciplinary Action Report listed disciplinary actions against three officers, including two terminations and one suspension, for the first time since the report’s introduction in 2021.

NEWS | April 19

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Postdocs set to vote on unionization in May

Princeton postdoctoral researchers are set to vote on unionization on May 8 and 9, following an election agreement with the University. This comes after Princeton University Postdocs and Scholars (PUPS) announced that over 65 percent of postdocs had signed union cards.

Princeton postdoctoral researchers are set to vote on unionization on May 8 and 9, following an election agreement with the University. This comes after Princeton University Postdocs and Scholars (PUPS) announced that over 65 percent of postdocs had signed union cards.

NEWS | April 19

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The ADL gave Princeton an F for antisemitism. After the CJL pushed back, they bumped it up to a D.

Following Princeton’s F rating from the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) on their college antisemitism report card, Jewish students and the Center for Jewish Life (CJL) pushed back. The ADL then quietly raised Princeton’s grade to a D, but some worry this will deter Jewish students from attending Princeton, despite the vibrant Jewish community on campus.

Following Princeton’s F rating from the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) on their college antisemitism report card, Jewish students and the Center for Jewish Life (CJL) pushed back. The ADL then quietly raised Princeton’s grade to a D, but some worry this will deter Jewish students from attending Princeton, despite the vibrant Jewish community on campus.

NEWS | April 19

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Preview students drawn to Princeton by aesthetics and camaraderie

Prospective members of Princeton’s Class of 2028 visited campus this week and last. Accepted students emphasized campus aesthetics, academics, and diversity as factors in their decisions about whether to attend Princeton.

Prospective members of Princeton’s Class of 2028 visited campus this week and last. Accepted students emphasized campus aesthetics, academics, and diversity as factors in their decisions about whether to attend Princeton.

NEWS | April 19

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Extended passing times follow changes to finals period and Dean’s Date

Effective Fall 2025, passing times between classes will be extended to 15 and 20 minutes, replacing the current 10 minute period. The plan also suggests opening more room in the course grid for precept and course times. 

Effective Fall 2025, passing times between classes will be extended to 15 and 20 minutes, replacing the current 10 minute period. The plan also suggests opening more room in the course grid for precept and course times. 

NEWS | April 18

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Sensory Fair highlights Autism Awareness and Acceptance month

As April marks Autism Awareness and Acceptance Month, the AccessAbility Center hosted its second-annual Sensory Fair on Wednesday, April 17 to highlight the experiences of those with autism and sensory processing disorders. 

As April marks Autism Awareness and Acceptance Month, the AccessAbility Center hosted its second-annual Sensory Fair on Wednesday, April 17 to highlight the experiences of those with autism and sensory processing disorders. 

NEWS | April 17

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Ella Weber wins Truman Scholarship for public service

As part of her work with Nuclear Princeton, Weber produced a five-part “Scientific America” podcast series about 15 nuclear missiles siloed in her tribe’s Fort Berthold reservation in North Dakota.

As part of her work with Nuclear Princeton, Weber produced a five-part “Scientific America” podcast series about 15 nuclear missiles siloed in her tribe’s Fort Berthold reservation in North Dakota.

NEWS | April 17

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The COVID class: 2024 reflects on their time at Princeton

As the Class of 2024's time at Princeton draws to a close, the ‘Prince’ spoke to five seniors about their experience with COVID-19 at Princeton and how it impacted their class.

As the Class of 2024's time at Princeton draws to a close, the ‘Prince’ spoke to five seniors about their experience with COVID-19 at Princeton and how it impacted their class.

NEWS | April 16

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Genrietta Churbanova, John Freeman named valedictorian, salutatorian

The University named Genrietta Churbanova as the Class of 2024 valedictorian and John Freeman as the salutatorian on Monday, April 15. Churbanova is an Anthropology major from Little Rock, Ark., and Freeman is a Classics major from Chicago, Ill.

The University named Genrietta Churbanova as the Class of 2024 valedictorian and John Freeman as the salutatorian on Monday, April 15. Churbanova is an Anthropology major from Little Rock, Ark., and Freeman is a Classics major from Chicago, Ill.

NEWS | April 16

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Whig-Clio set to host first congressional primary candidate forum in its history

On Tuesday, April 16 at 7 p.m., Whig-Clio will host the first congressional primary candidate forum in its history, featuring four candidates running in the Democratic primary for the N.J.-03 Congressional District.

On Tuesday, April 16 at 7 p.m., Whig-Clio will host the first congressional primary candidate forum in its history, featuring four candidates running in the Democratic primary for the N.J.-03 Congressional District.

NEWS | April 16

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CJL welcomed disabled author Emily Ladau for Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month Shabbat

The Center for Jewish Life has run a Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month Shabbat every year since 2019. This year’s speaker discussed her writing process, the idea of allyship, and her favorite musicals at the event on Friday.

The Center for Jewish Life has run a Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month Shabbat every year since 2019. This year’s speaker discussed her writing process, the idea of allyship, and her favorite musicals at the event on Friday.

NEWS | April 15

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USG hears proposal on extended passing periods, CJL response to antisemitism report

The USG Senate meeting on April 14 focused on approving extended passing periods between classes, discussing an ADL report on antisemitism at universities, supporting Passover observance, enhancing access to menstrual products, and approving budget requests for student activities.

The USG Senate meeting on April 14 focused on approving extended passing periods between classes, discussing an ADL report on antisemitism at universities, supporting Passover observance, enhancing access to menstrual products, and approving budget requests for student activities.

NEWS | April 15