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Taleeb Noormohamed ’98, Canadian Member of Parliament, talks Princeton, Canada, and global affairs

The ‘Prince’ sat down with Noormohamed for a conversation on his time at Princeton, stopping misinformation, and his role in the Canadian Parliament.

The ‘Prince’ sat down with Noormohamed for a conversation on his time at Princeton, stopping misinformation, and his role in the Canadian Parliament.

NEWS | April 13

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Flo Milli to headline Lawnparties on April 24; Julien Chang and the Deep Green will open

The concert, which has previously taken place in the backyard of Quadrangle Club, will be moved to the Frist North Lawn, following safety issues during Fall 2021 Lawnparties and ongoing campus construction.

The concert, which has previously taken place in the backyard of Quadrangle Club, will be moved to the Frist North Lawn, following safety issues during Fall 2021 Lawnparties and ongoing campus construction.

NEWS | April 13

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Town Council discusses Prospect ‘historic district’ and ongoing Witherspoon renovation

The section of Prospect Avenue would be considered a ‘type two’ historic district which will only require HPC approval for modifications that “involve the facades visible from the right of way.” Eating clubs could continue to renovate the inside of their houses or the outside portions of the properties not visible to the street without requiring approval by the HPC.

The section of Prospect Avenue would be considered a ‘type two’ historic district which will only require HPC approval for modifications that “involve the facades visible from the right of way.” Eating clubs could continue to renovate the inside of their houses or the outside portions of the properties not visible to the street without requiring approval by the HPC.

NEWS | April 13

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Tigers for Israel hosts event urging undergraduates to reject ‘Caterpillar’ referendum

Hosted jointly by Tigers for Israel (TFI) and the American Whig-Cliosophic Society, according to the event’s flyer, the event featured four panelists: former U.S. ambassador to Israel and Egypt Daniel Kurtzer; Palestinian political analyst Bassem Eid; Israeli-Ethiopian activist Ashager Araro; and public intellectual Michael Walzer.

Hosted jointly by Tigers for Israel (TFI) and the American Whig-Cliosophic Society, according to the event’s flyer, the event featured four panelists: former U.S. ambassador to Israel and Egypt Daniel Kurtzer; Palestinian political analyst Bassem Eid; Israeli-Ethiopian activist Ashager Araro; and public intellectual Michael Walzer.

NEWS | April 12

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Canadian politician Taleeb Noormohamed ’98 speaks on international affairs

Taleeb Noormohamed ’98, a Canadian politician and member of Parliament, was recently hosted as a speaker in an event sponsored by the Princeton Canadians Club. The talk was moderated by visiting journalism lecturer Razia Iqbal, and touched on various topics of international and domestic current affairs.

Taleeb Noormohamed ’98, a Canadian politician and member of Parliament, was recently hosted as a speaker in an event sponsored by the Princeton Canadians Club. The talk was moderated by visiting journalism lecturer Razia Iqbal, and touched on various topics of international and domestic current affairs.

NEWS | April 12

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USG hears reports on academic minors, Black and LGBTQIA student experiences

The Undergraduate Student Government (USG) met on April 10 to discuss the certificate program and heard updates from Associate Dean of Diversity and Inclusion Tennille Haynes on the Black & LGBTQIA Student Experience Implementation Team.

The Undergraduate Student Government (USG) met on April 10 to discuss the certificate program and heard updates from Associate Dean of Diversity and Inclusion Tennille Haynes on the Black & LGBTQIA Student Experience Implementation Team.

NEWS | April 12

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Why do athletes choose social sciences over STEM? We looked at the numbers.

Data analysis indicates that student-athletes are overrepresented in social science programs. 57.8 percent of current upperclass athletes study within the discipline, while only 15.8 percent concentrate in the natural sciences.

Data analysis indicates that student-athletes are overrepresented in social science programs. 57.8 percent of current upperclass athletes study within the discipline, while only 15.8 percent concentrate in the natural sciences.

NEWS | April 11

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Princeton Committee on Palestine hosts Caterpillar referendum teach-in

The family of Rachel Corrie, an American activist who was killed by a Caterpillar machine while protesting the destruction of Palestinian homes in Gaza, shared their daughter’s story during the event. 

The family of Rachel Corrie, an American activist who was killed by a Caterpillar machine while protesting the destruction of Palestinian homes in Gaza, shared their daughter’s story during the event. 

NEWS | April 11

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Q&A with Marie Yovanovitch ’80, former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine

Former Ambassador Yovanovitch spoke with The Daily Princetonian about her experience in the foreign service, the importance of diplomacy, and advice for students on how to fulfill Princeton’s motto “in the nation’s service.”

Former Ambassador Yovanovitch spoke with The Daily Princetonian about her experience in the foreign service, the importance of diplomacy, and advice for students on how to fulfill Princeton’s motto “in the nation’s service.”

NEWS | April 10

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National pro-Israel groups spend over $1K on sponsored ads denouncing USG referendum

National pro-Israel groups — Alums for Campus Fairness (ACF) and the Israel War Room (IWR) — have spent more than $1000 on Facebook ads which may have appeared upwards of 25,000 times. These ads encourage users to sign petitions and publicly denounce the USG referendum calling on the University to boycott the use of Caterpillar machinery. 

National pro-Israel groups — Alums for Campus Fairness (ACF) and the Israel War Room (IWR) — have spent more than $1000 on Facebook ads which may have appeared upwards of 25,000 times. These ads encourage users to sign petitions and publicly denounce the USG referendum calling on the University to boycott the use of Caterpillar machinery. 

NEWS | April 10

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Creative Writing Program removes application for course entry for Fall 2022

The Creative Writing Program (CWR) will no longer require an application for entry into its introductory Fall 2022 courses. Students were previously required to submit an application for all CWR courses offered by the department and would receive a decision prior to course selection.

The Creative Writing Program (CWR) will no longer require an application for entry into its introductory Fall 2022 courses. Students were previously required to submit an application for all CWR courses offered by the department and would receive a decision prior to course selection.

NEWS | April 7

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Princeton to cover Reunions wristband fees for Classes of 2020 and 2021

The Classes of 2020 and 2021 will have their Reunions cost covered by the University, according to an email announcement on Wednesday, April 6. Alumni spoke to the ‘Prince’ expressing their gratitude and excitement. 

The Classes of 2020 and 2021 will have their Reunions cost covered by the University, according to an email announcement on Wednesday, April 6. Alumni spoke to the ‘Prince’ expressing their gratitude and excitement. 

NEWS | April 6

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Princeton, most Ivies do not disclose Russian investment holdings as some colleges divest amid war in Ukraine

The University told the ‘Prince’ that any process to consider divestment and dissociation would involve the Council of the Princeton University Community (CPUC) Resources Committee. Some universities, including Yale University and the University of Michigan, have divested from Russian holdings. 

The University told the ‘Prince’ that any process to consider divestment and dissociation would involve the Council of the Princeton University Community (CPUC) Resources Committee. This comes in the wake of other universities, including Yale University, divesting from Russian holdings. 

NEWS | April 6

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GSRC’s PrideFest kickstarts celebrations for Princeton’s Pride Month

Princeton’s Gender + Sexuality Resource Center (GSRC) and Pride Alliance, alongside other student groups and resource centers, organized the University’s first ever PrideFest to kick off Pride Month, which Princeton celebrates throughout April.

Princeton’s Gender + Sexuality Resource Center (GSRC) and Pride Alliance, alongside other student groups and resource centers, organized the University’s first ever PrideFest to kick off Pride Month, which Princeton celebrates throughout April.

NEWS | April 5

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USG speaks with administrators on Princeton’s ‘sexual climate’

The Undergraduate Student Government (USG) discussed the University’s sexual culture and issues around sexual misconduct, approved eight new student groups and a budget proposal from the Mental Health Initiative, and heard updates on mental health recommendations previously proposed by USG members.   

The Undergraduate Student Government (USG) discussed the University’s sexual culture and issues around sexual misconduct, approved eight new student groups and a budget proposal from the Mental Health Initiative, and heard updates on mental health recommendations previously proposed by USG members.   

NEWS | April 5

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Housing for student performance groups remains uncertain as 2022 Reunions approaches

Several emails sent to student performance groups in late March shared that on-campus housing will not be guaranteed for all those performing at this year’s Reunions, leading to confusion among student group leaders and causing some to scramble to find alternative accommodations.

Several emails sent to student performance groups in late March shared that on-campus housing will not be guaranteed for all those performing at this year’s Reunions, leading to confusion among student group leaders and causing some to scramble to find alternative accommodations.

NEWS | April 4

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Princeton sees highest positivity rate increase nearly a month into new testing protocol

Princeton sees its highest asymptomatic positivity rate this semester, just 3 weeks after the implementation of new masking and testing policies. The University no longer requires masks in most indoor settings, and has reduced the frequency of testing to monthly for fully vaccinated members of the testing protocol.

Princeton sees its highest asymptomatic positivity rate this semester, just 3 weeks after the implementation of new masking and testing policies. The University no longer requires masks in most indoor settings, and has reduced the frequency of testing to monthly for fully vaccinated members of the testing protocol.

NEWS | April 4