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Robin Herman ’73, trailblazing journalist from the 'Prince' to the Times, dies at 70

A journalist for most of her career, Herman was the first woman to become a regular reporter at The Daily Princetonian and the first woman to become a sportswriter for The New York Times.

A journalist for most of her career, Herman was the first woman to become a regular reporter at The Daily Princetonian and the first woman to become a sportswriter for The New York Times.

NEWS | February 14

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Q&A with 2022 George W. Beadle Award winner, former Princeton president Shirley Tilghman

Former Princeton president Shirley Tilghman sat down with The Daily Princetonian to discuss the George W. Beadle award, her contributions to genetic research, and the significance of her time spent at Princeton. 

Former Princeton president Shirley Tilghman discusses the George W. Beadle award, her contributions to genetic research, and the significance of her time spent at Princeton. 

NEWS | February 10

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Republican lawsuit that implicated Princeton Gerrymandering Project dismissed in court

​​The PGP was listed as a defendant in a recently dismissed lawsuit filed by New Jersey Republicans over the congressional map passed in a 7–6 vote by the bipartisan New Jersey Redistricting Commission (NJRC) in December.

The PGP was listed as a defendant in a recently dismissed lawsuit filed by New Jersey Republicans over the congressional map passed in a 7–6 vote by the bipartisan New Jersey Redistricting Commission (NJRC) in December.

NEWS | February 9

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As pandemic-era eviction moratoria expire, Princeton’s Eviction Lab highlights surprising trends

Throughout the pandemic, University researchers led by Professor Matthew Desmond have been poring through formal eviction court records and compiling the data to analyze eviction trends in states and cities across the nation.

Throughout the pandemic, University researchers led by Professor Matthew Desmond have been poring through formal eviction court records and compiling the data to analyze eviction trends in states and cities across the nation.

NEWS | February 9

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Princeton responds to Xiyue Wang’s lawsuit relating to his Iranian imprisonment

In its response, formally a “motion to dismiss,” the University requested that Judge Douglas Hurd dismiss the case “without prejudice,” a legal mechanism which allows for a plaintiff to revise and refile their lawsuit.

In its response, formally a “motion to dismiss,” the University requested that Judge Douglas Hurd dismiss the case “without prejudice,” a legal mechanism which allows for a plaintiff to revise and refile their lawsuit. 

NEWS | February 8

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Eisgruber talks COVID-19, DEI, residential expansion in annual State of the University address

On Thursday, Feb. 3, President Eisgruber ’83 issued his annual State of the University letter and accompanying video, which addressed the University’s ongoing challenges with COVID-19, expansion of the University’s residential facilities, and efforts to increase the diversity of students and faculty.   

On Thursday, Feb. 3, President Eisgruber ’83 issued his annual State of the University letter and accompanying video, which addressed the University’s ongoing challenges with COVID-19, expansion of the University’s residential facilities, and efforts to increase the diversity of students and faculty.    

NEWS | February 8

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ICC looks to ‘bring the Street back’ as University further loosens restrictions on indoor gatherings

Interclub Council (ICC) President Schuyler Kean ’22 says they are looking to “work towards bringing the Street back” as the University further loosens guidance regarding indoor event capacity limits, now allowing event coordinators to serve food and beverage at events for undergraduates. 

Interclub Council (ICC) President Schuyler Kean ’22 says they are looking to “work towards bringing the Street back” as the University further loosens guidance regarding indoor event capacity limits, now allowing event coordinators to serve food and beverage at events for undergraduates. 

NEWS | February 8

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After 'Street Week,' campus COVID-19 cases continue downward trend

During the second week of the Spring 2022 semester, COVID-19 cases among the University community have continued to fall as University administrators loosen undergraduate event restrictions. 

During the second week of the Spring 2022 semester, COVID-19 cases among the University community have continued to fall as University administrators loosen undergraduate event restrictions. 

NEWS | February 7

EXCLUSIVE | Dean Dolan and VP Izzo talk updated COVID-19 policies, returning to pre-pandemic ways, individual responsibility

The Daily Princetonian sat down with Dean Dolan and Assistant VP for Environmental Health and Safety Robin Izzo last Friday to discuss recent changes in University COVID-19 policies, reflections on the past months of the pandemic, and the importance of moving forward together. 

The Daily Princetonian sat down with Dean Dolan and Assistant VP for Environmental Health and Safety Robin Izzo last Friday to discuss recent changes in University COVID-19 policies, reflections on the past months of the pandemic, and the importance of moving forward together.

NEWS | February 7

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USG approves $230K budget for 2022, confirms new committee members

At the first in-person meeting of the year, the Undergraduate Student Government (USG) met to approve a budget of about $230,000 for the year, confirm new committee members, introduce several student organizations, and discuss the results of a recent survey about student health and attendance-related stress.

At the first in-person meeting of the year, the Undergraduate Student Government (USG) met to approve a budget of about $230,000 for the year, confirm new committee members, introduce several student organizations, and discuss the results of a recent survey about student health and attendance-related stress.

NEWS | February 7

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Ella Feiner ’22 to compete on ‘Jeopardy!’ in college tournament

Feiner will compete against students from Rice University and Louisiana State University in the first round of the National College Championship on Feb. 8. This is the quarterfinal round of the tournament, and she will compete in a pool of 36 contestants.

Feiner will compete against students from Rice University and Louisiana State University in the first round of the National College Championship on Feb. 8. This is the quarterfinal round of the tournament, and she will compete in a pool of 36 contestants.

NEWS | February 6

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Former SPIA Dean Anne-Marie Slaughter ’80 discusses her latest book ‘Renewal’

In an interview with the ‘Prince,’ former SPIA Dean and current CEO of New America Anne-Marie Slaughter ’80 discusses her latest book and reflects on her career and upcoming milestones in American history. 

In an interview with the ‘Prince,’ former SPIA Dean and current CEO of New America Anne-Marie Slaughter ’80 discusses her latest book and reflects on her career and upcoming milestones in American history. 

NEWS | February 4

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Famed investor, major Princeton donor Louis A. Simpson GS ’60 dies at 85

On Saturday Jan. 8, Louis A. Simpson, the namesake of the Louis A. Simpson International Building and the Louis A. Simpson Center for the Study of Macroeconomics died at his Illinois home.

On Saturday Jan. 8, Louis A. Simpson, the namesake of the Louis A. Simpson International Building and the Louis A. Simpson Center for the Study of Macroeconomics died at his Illinois home.

NEWS | February 3

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Princeton students visit U.S. military base where over 6,000 Afghan evacuees await resettlement

The trip was sponsored by the School of Public and International Affairs and the Office of Religious Life and included a panel with Afghan guests and a Q&A with Department of Homeland Security officials.

The trip was sponsored by the School of Public and International Affairs and the Office of Religious Life and included a panel with Afghan guests and a Q&A with Department of Homeland Security officials.

NEWS | February 3

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Former USG President Christian Potter ’22, Senate executives reflect on year of service

Former USG President Christian Potter ’22 and his USG executives reflect on their experiences in leadership, their proudest moments, and the difficulties they faced throughout the term.

Former USG President Christian Potter ’22 and his USG executives reflect on their experiences in leadership, their proudest moments, and the difficulties they faced throughout the term.

NEWS | February 3