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Plans announced for new computer science complex, apartment building adjacent to 185 Nassau St

The Princeton Planning Board heard proposals for a renovated computer science complex and approved plans for new apartment building that will be situated next to the Visual Arts building at 185 Nassau Street.

The Princeton Planning Board heard proposals for a renovated computer science complex and approved plans for new apartment building that will be situated next to the Visual Arts building at 185 Nassau Street.

NEWS | November 1

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USG delays elections reforms, approves additional budget allocations

The election reforms, which were unanimously approved on Oct. 9, will not go into effect for USG’s winter elections, except for a language change regarding an “Abstain” vote. All other reforms will go into effect in the spring election cycle.

The election reforms, which were unanimously approved on Oct. 9, will not go into effect for USG’s winter elections, except for a language change regarding an “Abstain” vote. All other reforms will go into effect in the spring election cycle.

NEWS | November 1

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University tightens security protocols, responding to campus safety concerns

New policies announced on Tuesday entail increased lighting and security cameras on campus. Residential common areas will now have their “access limited to students and a short list of authorized faculty and staff.”  

New policies announced on Tuesday entail increased lighting and security cameras on campus. Residential common areas will now have their “access limited to students and a short list of authorized faculty and staff.”  

NEWS | November 1

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As the 2022 midterms approach, here’s who is running and how to vote in Princeton

With this year’s election season ramping up, here’s an overview of local and NJ state candidates looking to secure a seat, and how you can cast your ballot.

With this year’s election season ramping up, here’s an overview of local and NJ state candidates looking to secure a seat, and how you can cast your ballot.

NEWS | November 1

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Laura Wooten Hall dedicated, honoring longest-serving U.S. poll worker

As general midterm elections approach on Nov. 8, the University officially dedicated Laura Wooten Hall, named for a former Campus Dining staff member and volunteer poll worker in New Jersey for 79 consecutive years.

As general midterm elections approach on Nov. 8, the University officially dedicated Laura Wooten Hall, named for a former Campus Dining staff member and volunteer poll worker in New Jersey for 79 consecutive years.

NEWS | October 31

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Plans for gas line upgrades announced at Town Council meeting

Plans for upgrades to gas lines around town were announced at the Oct. 24 meeting of the Princeton Town Council. The construction will begin in January and is expected to last all year. 

Plans for upgrades to gas lines around town were announced at the Oct. 24 meeting of the Princeton Town Council. The construction will begin in January and is expected to last all year.

NEWS | October 30

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University endowment generates first loss since Great Recession in 2008

Only two of the eight Ivy League schools did not report investment losses in the 2022 fiscal year. The University’s endowment remains the third-highest in the Ivy League. 

Only two of the eight Ivy League schools did not report investment losses in the 2022 fiscal year. The University’s endowment remains the third-highest in the Ivy League. 

NEWS | October 28

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Princeton French & Francophone Society revived amid growing student interest after 7-year hiatus

Graduate student leaders Yassine Ait Ali and Sophie Chopin emphasized the club’s desire to bring students together with respect to diversity and inclusion, as well as to welcome those with all levels of French-speaking ability and knowledge of French and Francophone culture.

Graduate student leaders Yassine Ait Ali and Sophie Chopin emphasized the club’s desire to bring students together with respect to diversity and inclusion, as well as to welcome those with all levels of French-speaking ability and knowledge of French and Francophone culture.

NEWS | October 27

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Business Today hosts seminar with Robert Chavez ’77, President and CEO of Hermès of Paris

Robert Chavez ’77, President and CEO of Hermès of Paris, addressed University community members on Wednesday in a Q&A hosted by Business Today, reflecting on his time at Princeton, his creative process, and his personal style.

Robert Chavez ’77, President and CEO of Hermès of Paris, addressed University community members on Wednesday in a Q&A hosted by Business Today, reflecting on his time at Princeton, his creative process, and his personal style.

NEWS | October 27

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PNI locks interior hallways as PETA brings VR exhibit “Abduction” to campus

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) brought a traveling virtual reality exhibit to Princeton in order to highlight the cruelty of animal laboratory testing. The Princeton Neuroscience Institute (PNI) adopted certain preemptive measures as a result.  

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) brought a traveling virtual reality exhibit to Princeton in order to highlight the cruelty of animal laboratory testing. The Princeton Neuroscience Institute (PNI) adopted certain preemptive measures as a result. 

NEWS | October 26

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As practice of land acknowledgment expands on campus, Indigenous leaders push for a ‘seat at the table’

“Land acknowledgments should be viewed as a beginning and not an ending,” wrote Reverend Dr. J.R. Norwood, who served as Tribal Councilman for the Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape Tribe for 15 years. “They should be statements that honor the past and pledge to show proper respect by building bridges into the future.”

“Land acknowledgments should be viewed as a beginning and not an ending,” wrote Reverend Dr. J.R. Norwood, who served as Tribal Councilman for the Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape Tribe for 15 years. “They should be statements that honor the past and pledge to show proper respect by building bridges into the future.”

NEWS | October 25

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Hundreds gather to mourn Misrach Ewunetie ’24 at two campus vigils

Over 500 people attended the vigil hosted by the Princeton Ethiopian and Eritrean Student Association, and over 120 students attended the vigil hosted by the University and Office of Religious Life. 

Over 500 people attended the vigil hosted by the Princeton Ethiopian and Eritrean Student Association, and over 120 students attended the vigil hosted by the University and Office of Religious Life. 

NEWS | October 25

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Ewunetie family raises suspicions about circumstances of death as county prosecutor says no ‘criminal activity’

Ewunetie’s belongings, including her phone, were found on her body, according to a spokesperson for the Prosecutor’s Office.

Ewunetie’s belongings, including her phone, were found on her body, according to a spokesperson for the Prosecutor’s Office.

NEWS | October 24

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USG presses administrators for dining pilot details

USG issued a formal request to administrations on Oct. 14 urging the University to release official information about the upperclass dining pilot. The decision to send the request letter was made unanimously.

USG issued a formal request to administrations on Oct. 14 urging the University to release official information about the upperclass dining pilot. The decision to send the request letter was made unanimously.

NEWS | October 22

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Search for Misrach Ewunetie ’24 continues into fourth day

The Department of Public Safety has asked anyone with information that might help locate Ewunetie to contact them immediately at (609) 258-1000, or submit tips anonymously.

The Department of Public Safety has asked anyone with information that might help locate Ewunetie to contact them immediately at (609) 258-1000, or submit tips anonymously.

NEWS | October 19

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Public Safety seeks help finding missing member of Class of 2024

Misrach Ewunetie ’24 has been reported missing and was last seen near Scully Hall early on Friday morning. Anyone with information on her whereabouts has been asked to contact the Department of Public Safety at (609) 258-1000.

Misrach Ewunetie ’24 has been reported missing and was last seen near Scully Hall early on Friday morning. Anyone with information on her whereabouts has been asked to contact the Department of Public Safety at (609) 258-1000.

NEWS | October 17