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University officially announces new upperclass student dining pilot

The dining pilot was officially announced today in an email by Chris Burkmar of Campus Life and Maureen McWhirter of University Services following over a month of student-wide discussions. According to the new web page, it aims to promote “fluidity” in the upperclass student dining experience.

The dining pilot was officially announced today in an email by Chris Burkmar of Campus Life and Maureen McWhirter of University Services following over a month of student-wide discussions. According to the new web page, it aims to promote “fluidity” in the upperclass student dining experience.

NEWS | November 10

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SPEAR 7x9 protest denounces solitary confinement

During the event, protestors stayed in a taped 7 by 9 foot square, the typical size of a solitary confinement cell. The protest lasted for 23 hours, gesturing to the 23 hours a day that people in solitary confinement must stay in their cells. 

During the event, protestors stayed in a taped 7 by 9 foot square, the typical size of a solitary confinement cell. The protest lasted for 23 hours, gesturing to the 23 hours a day that people in solitary confinement must stay in their cells.

NEWS | November 10

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Arch named in honor of Princeton’s sole Japanese student during WWII

During his time at Princeton, Kentaro Ikeda ’44 was the only Japanese student on campus, and he faced significant challenges related to the war and treatment of Japanese Americans.

During his time at Princeton, Kentaro Ikeda ’44 was the only Japanese student on campus, and he faced significant challenges related to the war and treatment of Japanese Americans.

NEWS | November 10

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Incumbent Democratic Reps. Bonnie Watson Coleman, Andy Kim keep their seats

The AP has called wins for several Princeton alumni in the U.S. House of Representatives, including Rep. Terri Sewell ’86 (D-Ala.) and Rep. Ken Buck ’81 (R-Colo.). 

The AP has called wins for several Princeton alumni in the U.S. House of Representatives, including Rep. Terri Sewell ’86 (D-Ala.) and Rep. Ken Buck ’81 (R-Colo.).

NEWS | November 9

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Judith Butler talks violence and law at campus lecture

“One cannot oppose violence without opposing the law. And yet the law is set to deliver us from violence,” Judith Butler said at a lecture on Monday hosted by the Department of English.

“One cannot oppose violence without opposing the law. And yet the law is set to deliver us from violence,” Judith Butler said at a lecture on Monday hosted by the Department of English.

NEWS | November 8

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Alan Blinder ’67 discusses new book on monetary, fiscal policy

In a conversation with the ‘Prince,’ Alan S. Blinder ’67, professor of economics and public affairs, addressed inflation, the connection between the federal reserve and the executive branch, and federal fiscal responsibility.

In a conversation with the ‘Prince,’ Alan S. Blinder ’67, professor of economics and public affairs, addressed inflation, the connection between the federal reserve and the executive branch, and federal fiscal responsibility.

NEWS | November 8

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Krish O’Mara Vignarajah talks immigration at SPIA event

Krish O’Mara Vignarajah, CEO of Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service, a non-profit organization focusing on issues facing new migrants and refugees settling in the United States, spoke to University students about the challenges she faces in her role and future goals in promoting immigration to the country. 

Krish O’Mara Vignarajah, CEO of Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service, a non-profit organization focusing on issues facing new migrants and refugees settling in the United States, spoke to University students about the challenges she faces in her role and future goals in promoting immigration to the country. 

NEWS | November 8

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Voting machines down on Election Day in Mercer County

Voting machines are down in Mercer County, “due to a printing and scanning issue with the ballots,” according to county officials. Mercer County residents can vote by completing their ballots and placing them at the top of the scanning machine in the slot where the emergency ballots are placed.

Voting machines are down in Mercer County, “due to a printing and scanning issue with the ballots,” according to county officials. Mercer County residents can vote by completing their ballots and placing them at the top of the scanning machine in the slot where the emergency ballots are placed.

NEWS | November 8

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Steve Fainaru speaks on campus about sports and politics

Steve Fainaru, Pulitzer Prize winner and investigative reporter at ESPN, discussed the relationship between sports, politics, and polarization on campus on Monday. 

Steve Fainaru, Pulitzer Prize winner and investigative reporter at ESPN, discussed the relationship between sports, politics, and polarization on campus on Monday. 

NEWS | November 8

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USG confirms Honor Committee, reflects on campus grief

The Undergraduate Student Government (USG) confirmed new members of the Honor Committee, discussed campus responses to recent campus tragedy, and approved USG movies and Projects Board funding requests.

The Undergraduate Student Government (USG) confirmed new members of the Honor Committee, discussed campus responses to recent campus tragedy, and approved USG movies and Projects Board funding requests.

NEWS | November 7

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Princeton faculty, students talk 2022 midterm elections

Princeton faculty and student activists spoke to the ‘Prince’ about their research and efforts pertaining to the upcoming midterms election, which will determine party control of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives.

Princeton faculty and student activists spoke to the ‘Prince’ about their research and efforts pertaining to the upcoming midterms election, which will determine party control of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives.

NEWS | November 6

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No Communication Orders now require initial informal contact

Students seeking a No Communications Order (NCO) in most cases are now required to reach out to all parties involved and make them aware of their wish prior to formal resolutions, according to policy updates from August.

Students seeking a No Communications Order (NCO) in most cases are now required to reach out to all parties involved and make them aware of their wish prior to formal resolutions, according to policy updates from August.

NEWS | November 6

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CJL responds to FBI warning of ‘broad threat’ to NJ synagogues

University Spokesperson Michael Hotchkiss confirmed that the Department of Public Safety “is aware of the F.B.I alert” and “is working with state and local authorities.” 

University Spokesperson Michael Hotchkiss confirmed that the Department of Public Safety “is aware of the F.B.I alert” and “is working with state and local authorities.” 

NEWS | November 3

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Princeton students and professors react to Supreme Court oral arguments on affirmative action

In the shadow of the pending Supreme Court decision on the constitutionality of race-based admissions, students and faculty share their perspectives. 

In the shadow of the pending Supreme Court decision on the constitutionality of race-based admissions, students and faculty share their perspectives. 

NEWS | November 3

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Banner criticizing the appointment of Princeton School Board draws controversy

A banner targeting three members of the Princeton Board of Education was palced near the Princeton Shopping Centre early this month.  

A banner targeting three members of the Princeton Board of Education, and the election of the new superintendent of the school board, was put up at Princeton Shopping Centre early this month.  

NEWS | November 3