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University Title IX Administrator Regan Crotty ’00 to depart position

Regan Crotty, who has served as the University’s Title IX administrator since 2014, is leaving her position this month. Crotty will be replaced in the interim by Randy K. Hubert, who previously served as a University Investigator. 

Regan Crotty, who has served as the University’s Title IX administrator since 2014, is leaving her position this month. Crotty will be replaced in the interim by Randy K. Hubert, who previously served as University investigator. 

NEWS | November 17

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USG passes resolution on antisemitism, initiates referendum on gender-neutral bathrooms

At a Nov. 16 meeting, which was an extension of the regular weekly USG meetings held on Sundays, the USG passed a resolution to “condemn and combat antisemitism” and voted to add a referendum on the expansion of gender-neutral bathrooms to the upcoming winter election ballot.

At a Nov. 16 meeting, which was an extension of the regular weekly USG meetings held on Sundays, the USG passed a resolution to “condemn and combat antisemitism” and voted to add a referendum on the expansion of gender-neutral bathrooms to the upcoming winter election ballot.

NEWS | November 17

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Former State Department economist Daniel Ahn ’04 talks financial technology

During the conversation, Ahn recalled his experiences working in both the public and private sectors and relayed advice to students on choosing a career path. 

During the conversation, Ahn recalled his experiences working in the public and private sectors and relayed advice to students on choosing a career path. 

NEWS | November 16

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Exploring game design and development at Games && Symposium

Co-sponsored by the Lewis Center for the Arts and the Council on Science and Technology and supported through the John Sacret Young ’69 Lecture Series fund, the symposium took place on Saturday, Nov. 12 from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Co-sponsored by the Lewis Center for the Arts and the Council on Science and Technology and supported through the John Sacret Young ’69 Lecture Series fund, the symposium took place on Saturday, Nov. 12 from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

NEWS | November 15

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Eisgruber speaks on mental health, role of activism, faculty diversity

In an interview with the ‘Prince,’ University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 responds to questions on the student mental health crisis, the role activism played in fossil fuel dissociation, public service among University alumni, and Nassau Hall’s goals of increasing faculty diversity.

In an interview with the ‘Prince,’ University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 responds to questions on the student mental health crisis, the role activism played in fossil fuel dissociation, public service among University alumni, and Nassau Hall’s goals of increasing faculty diversity.

NEWS | November 15

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CPUC Committee considers proposal on removing Witherspoon Statue

This announcement comes after a petition for the removal of the Witherspoon statue was sent out to students and faculty during the summer and was discussed with University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 during the start of the fall, who referred the group to the CPUC Committee on Naming.

This announcement comes after a petition for the removal of the Witherspoon statue was sent out to students and faculty during the summer and was discussed with University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 during the start of the fall, who referred the group to the CPUC Committee on Naming.

NEWS | November 15

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CPUC discusses dissociation, institutional neutrality, campus grief

The Committee also spoke about facility staffs’ grievances, the new Learning and Education through Service (LENS) program, and updates on the minors program and Wintersession. 

The Committee also spoke about facility staffs’ grievances, the new Learning and Education through Service (LENS) program, and updates on the minors program and Wintersession.

NEWS | November 15

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Peer Representatives now formalized as advocates for students facing Committee on Discipline

This spring, peer representatives were trained to be able to attend hearings before the Committee on Discipline. Formerly, the Peer Representatives, a student group that provides advice and support to students accused of academic integrity violations, was only authorized to work with the Honor Committee.

This spring, peer representatives were trained to be able to attend hearings before the Committee on Discipline. Formerly, the Peer Representatives, a student group that provides advice and support to students accused of academic integrity violations, was only authorized to work with the Honor Committee.

NEWS | November 15

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USG declines to sponsor referendum on antisemitism

The referendum, proposed by USG Treasurer Adam Hoffman ’23, received four votes in favor, one against, and 19 abstentions, not meeting the threshold of at least nine “yes” votes to appear on election ballots as a Senate-initiated referendum.

The referendum, proposed by USG Treasurer Adam Hoffman ’23, received four votes in favor, one against, and 19 abstentions, not meeting the threshold of at least nine “yes” votes to appear on election ballots as a Senate-initiated referendum.

NEWS | November 15

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First 10 research proposals chosen for Princeton-HBCU collaboration initiative

On Nov. 1, Princeton announced the first 10 research projects which will receive funding and support from the Princeton Alliance for Collaborative Research and Innovation (PACRI). 

On Nov. 1, Princeton announced the first 10 research projects who will receive funding and support from the Princeton Alliance for Collaborative Research and Innovation (PACRI). 

NEWS | November 15

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Wilglory Tanjong ’18, founder of Anima Iris, shares story behind her "Afro-centric" brand at PASA event

The event was co-hosted by the Black Business Association (BBA), PASA, and the Princeton Association of Black Women (PABW), and discussed Afrocentrism and Tanjong’s journey with her brand Anima Iris.

The event was co-hosted by the Black Business Association (BBA), PASA, and the Princeton Association of Black Women (PABW), and discussed Afrocentrism and Tanjong’s journey with her brand Anima Iris.

NEWS | November 15

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Princeton president Christopher Eisgruber ’83 discusses expansion of STEM and affirmative action

Eisgruber, in the first part of a two-part interview with The Daily Princetonian, stated that the expansion of the engineering school was his top priority for the next five years. He also reflected on current debates on the affirmative action case being heard in the Supreme Court. 

Eisgruber, in the first part of a two-part interview with The Daily Princetonian, stated that the expansion of the engineering school was his top priority for the next five years. He also reflected on current debates on the affirmative action case being heard in the Supreme Court. 

NEWS | November 15

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Remembering former ‘Prince’ production supervisor Brian Smith

Brian Smith, former Production Supervisor of The Daily Princetonian has recently passed away at the age of 66. Smith served on the ‘Prince’ for 24 years from 1986–2010.

Brian Smith, former Production Supervisor of The Daily Princetonian has recently passed away at the age of 66. Smith served on the ‘Prince’ for 24 years from 1986 - 2010.

NEWS | November 15

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Marie-Rose Sheinerman ’23 wins 2022 Rhodes Scholarship

Sheinerman is concentrating in history with a certificate in Russian, East European, and Eurasian studies at Princeton. Following her graduation this spring, she plans to pursue an M.Phil. in Modern European History at Oxford.

Sheinerman is concentrating in history with a certificate in Russian, East European, and Eurasian studies at Princeton. Following her graduation this spring, she plans to pursue an M.Phil. in Modern European History at Oxford.

NEWS | November 14

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Eisgruber names ‘rebuilding and fortifying’ Engineering School as top priority for coming 5 years

President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 told the ‘Prince’ that his top priority for the next five years is expanding the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences outside of its current home, which he described as “a 1962 building that looks depressingly like my high school.”

President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 told the ‘Prince’ that his top priority for the next five years is expanding the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences outside of its current home, which he described as “a 1962 building that looks depressingly like my high school.”

NEWS | November 14

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After visual arts professor used n-word in seminar, Princeton finds no violation of policy

Visual arts professor Joe Scanlan said the n-word while posing a question to students in his seminar. After a student raised an official complaint to the University, the Office of the Provost concluded that there was no violation of University policy, according to an email shared with the ‘Prince.’ Following the use of the word, multiple students in the class told the ‘Prince’ that they would like to see Scanlan fired.

Visual arts professor Joe Scanlan said the n-word while posing a question to students in his seminar. After a student raised an official complaint to the University, the Office of the Provost concluded that there was no violation of University policy, according to an email shared with the ‘Prince.’ Following the use of the word, multiple students in the class told the ‘Prince’ that they would like to see Scanlan fired.

NEWS | November 11

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Fintan O’Toole warns of the danger of ‘aestheticized politics’ in campus talk

O’Toole argued that the positioning of tragedies into a theater box, where victims are actors and where nightmarish scenarios are staged, is the kind of Orwellian aestheticized politics that endangers the very meaning of truth. 

O’Toole argued that the positioning of tragedies into a theater box, where victims are actors and where nightmarish scenarios are staged, is the kind of Orwellian aestheticized politics that endangers the very meaning of truth. 

NEWS | November 10