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VIS students call on Princeton to re-open investigation into Scanlan's use of the n-word

Students sent an open letter calling on University administration to re-open the investigation into Scanlan’s use of the n-word in his VIS321: Words as Objects seminar. Many also displayed posters with the words calling for Scanlan’s firing in their open studio spaces at an event on Nov. 15. 

Students sent an open letter calling on University administration to re-open the investigation into Scanlan’s use of the n-word in his VIS321: Words as Objects seminar. Many also displayed posters with the words calling for Scanlan’s firing in their open studio spaces at an event on Nov. 15. 

NEWS | November 29

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Students discuss heightened surveillance in feedback session with administrators

Students discussed a University proposal to increase security cameras on campus at a feedback session with public safety administrators held on Nov. 21 over Zoom. Some students expressed support for the measure, citing student safety, while others raised concerns about privacy. 

Students discussed a University proposal to increase security cameras on campus at a feedback session with public safety administrators held on Nov. 21 over Zoom. Some students expressed support for the measure, citing student safety, while others raised concerns about privacy. 

NEWS | November 28

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Princeton Black Student Union hosts UPenn students for football, networking

On Saturday Nov. 19, the Princeton Black Student Union (BSU) hosted the University of Pennsylvania’s Black Students League (BSL) to partake in community-building events.

On Saturday Nov. 19, the Princeton Black Student Union (BSU) hosted the University of Pennsylvania’s Black Students League (BSL) to partake in community-building events.

NEWS | November 27

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Princeton deploys first electric bus, plans to add more

The University will introduce a fleet of all-electric buses into service this week, as a part of the University’s goal to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2046. According to the director of the University’s Transportation and Parking Services, the new buses will be less noisy and offer a smoother ride than those currently in use.

The University will introduce a fleet of all-electric buses into service this week, as a part of the University’s goal to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2046. According to the director of the University’s Transportation and Parking Services, the new buses will be less noisy and offer a smoother ride than those currently in use.

NEWS | November 27

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Computer Science chair Jennifer Rexford ’91 to serve as next provost

Rexford will assume the post in March 2023, following current Provost Deborah Prentice’s departure to serve as the Vice Chancellor at the University of Cambridge.  

Rexford will assume the post in March 2023, following current Provost Deborah Prentice’s departure to serve as the Vice Chancellor at the University of Cambridge.  

NEWS | November 22

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Journalists, political scientists analyze the 2022 midterms

A panel of journalists and political scientists convened to answer the question: “Elections 2022: What Happened? What’s Next?” The event was sponsored by The Center for the Study of Democratic Politics (CSDP) and the School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA). 

A panel of journalists and political scientists convened to answer the question: “Elections 2022: What Happened? What’s Next?” The event was sponsored by The Center for the Study of Democratic Politics (CSDP) and the School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA).  

NEWS | November 21

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Data journalist G. Elliott Morris talks polling on campus

G. Elliott Morris, a data journalist for The Economist discussed his new book “Strength in Numbers.” The panel was sponsored by the Princeton Survey Research Center (PSRC) and the Center for the Study of Democratic Politics (CDSP). 

G. Elliott Morris, a data journalist for The Economist discussed his new book “Strength in Numbers.” The panel was sponsored by the Princeton Survey Research Center (PSRC) and the Center for the Study of Democratic Politics (CDSP).  

NEWS | November 21

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‘The most humble person I’ve ever met’: Loved ones remember Misrach Ewunetie ’24

“It was always very calm with her; it's always pleasant. She's always down for anything but also wanting to make sure that those around her were happy,” said Kenya Ripley-Dunlap ’24, a friend of Ewunetie. “It really seemed like everything she did was super thoughtful and loving. It seems like that was always her intention. She’s always complimenting people.”

“It was always very calm with her; it's always pleasant. She's always down for anything but also wanting to make sure that those around her were happy,” Kenya Ripley-Dunlap ’24, a friend of Ewunetie, said. “It really seemed like everything she did was super thoughtful and loving. It seems like that was always her intention. She’s always complimenting people.”

NEWS | November 21

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NYU law, philosophy professor Kwame Anthony Appiah named 2023 Baccalaureate speaker

Appiah is a professor of philosophy and law at NYU and the Laurance S. Rockefeller University Professor of Philosophy and the University Center for Human Values, Emeritus.

Appiah is a professor of philosophy and law at NYU and the Laurance S. Rockefeller University Professor of Philosophy and the University Center for Human Values, Emeritus.

NEWS | November 21

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Peer Health Advisors host panel on ‘freshman 15,’ intuitive eating

The panel, which featured Peer Health Advisors, dietitians and psychologists from UHS as speakers, featured experts’ discussions of strategies for intuitive eating and the stigma and myths behind the ‘freshman 15.’

The panel, which featured Peer Health Advisors, dietitians and psychologists from UHS as speakers, featured experts’ discussions of strategies for intuitive eating and the stigma and myths behind the ‘freshman 15.’

NEWS | November 20

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NJ bear hunt returns as human interactions rise statewide

The hunt, which is considered controversial by some animal welfare organizations, aims to curb the state’s black bear population by at least 20 percent through a six-day hunt, beginning on Dec. 5. 

The hunt, which is considered controversial by some animal welfare organizations, aims to curb the state’s black bear population by at least 20 percent through a six-day hunt, beginning on Dec. 5. 

NEWS | November 20

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Data rich, knowledge poor: Dr. Uyi Stewart speaks on the problem of the digital divide

Dr. Uyi Stewart, the Chief Data and Technology Officer at Data.org, discussed his organization’s mission to bridge the digital divide at a lecture in Robertson Hall on Wednesday, Nov. 16.

Dr. Uyi Stewart, the Chief Data and Technology Officer at Data.org, discussed his organization’s mission to bridge the digital divide at a lecture in Robertson Hall on Wednesday, Nov. 16.

NEWS | November 17

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Luxury footwear designer Stuart Weitzman speaks on his “road less traveled”

Weitzman is an alumnus of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and has designed for celebrities including Aretha Franklin, Diablo Cody, and Laura Harring in his career. He discussed his experience taking risks, starting off in the industry, and giving back with his shoes.

Weitzman is an alumnus of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and has designed for celebrities including Aretha Franklin, Diablo Cody, and Laura Harring in his career. He discussed his experience taking risks, starting off in the industry, and giving back with his shoes.

NEWS | November 17

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Administrators, faculty discuss future of affirmative action at Princeton

With regard to the University’s plans in the wake of a potential Supreme Court ruling that could outlaw race-conscious admissions, Eisgruber said in a recent interview with the ‘Prince’ that “we will do our best to be creative within the limits of the law. But we can’t pretend that it’s going to be easy.”

With regard to the University’s plans in the wake of a potential Supreme Court ruling that could outlaw race-conscious admissions, Eisgruber said in a recent interview with the ‘Prince’ that “we will do our best to be creative within the limits of the law. But we can’t pretend that it’s going to be easy.”

NEWS | November 17