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After email soliciting more candidates, historically large group to contest every USG position

USG is soliciting candidates for seven uncontested elections, including Vice President, Academics Chair, Social Chair, Sustainability Chair, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Chair, and four class senator positions for the classes of 2025 and 2026.

USG is soliciting candidates for seven uncontested elections, including Vice President, Academics Chair, Social Chair, Sustainability Chair, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Chair, and four class senator positions for the classes of 2025 and 2026.

NEWS | November 27

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Eisgruber doesn’t want to be the most interesting person in the room

In a profile published in the spring on the occasion of Eisgruber’s tenth anniversary in office, faculty and students remarked on a bureaucratic and impersonal approach to leadership. 

In a profile published in the spring on the occasion of Eisgruber’s tenth anniversary in office, faculty and students remarked on a bureaucratic and impersonal approach to leadership.

NEWS | November 21

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USG advertises existing syllabus library, though only subset of courses included

The McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning first launched the syllabus library in 2021. Although the library does not include syllabi for all courses, the USG Academics Committee is working to add more, and to make the resource known to the student body.

The McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning first launched the syllabus library in 2021. Although the library does not include syllabi for all courses, the USG Academics Committee is working to add more, and to make the resource known to the student body.

NEWS | November 21

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Princeton-Iran ties again under scrutiny as Congress investigates research fellow

The House Committee on Education and the Workforce announced that it is launching an investigation into research fellow Seyed Hossein Mousavian, amid allegations that Mousavian is using his position to advance the interests of Iran.

The House Committee on Education and the Workforce announced that it is launching an investigation into research fellow Seyed Hossein Mousavian, amid allegations that Mousavian is using his position to advance the interests of Iran.

NEWS | November 20

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The faculty hiring process, explained

The ‘Prince’ corresponded with the chairs of multiple departments on the faculty hiring process. Appointment of University faculty is an elaborate process with several actors, including faculty within each department, the Dean of the Faculty, and other members of the administration.

The ‘Prince’ corresponded with the chairs of multiple departments on the faculty hiring process. Appointment of University faculty is an elaborate process with several actors, including faculty within the department, the Dean of the Faculty, and other members of the administration.

NEWS | November 17

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As TigerTransit ridership increases, fleet converts to electric buses

Changes to Princeton’s transportation patterns may be on the horizon, as the University introduces an all-electric bus fleet and continues to limit scooter use.

Changes to Princeton’s transportation patterns may be on the horizon, as the University introduces an all-electric bus fleet and continues to limit scooter use.

NEWS | November 17

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New Frist Health Center bolsters legacy of historic Princeton family

The University announced a plan to replace McCosh Health Center last week, funded by a “major gift” from Dr. Thomas Frist Jr. a billionaire physician-businessman and brother to former senate majority leader William Frist ’74. The Frists claim three generations of Princetonians and rank among the University’s largest donor families.

The University announced a plan to replace McCosh Health Center last week, funded by a “major gift” from Dr. Thomas Frist Jr. a billionaire physician-businessman and brother to former senate majority leader William Frist ’74. The Frists claim three generations of Princetonians and rank among the University’s largest donor families.

NEWS | November 16

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IT office steps away from reuse, sends 1700 faculty computers for destruction

According to the Office of Information Technology (OIT), the decision to change policy was due to a backlog of aged machines from the pandemic and “an abundance of caution” over IT security.

According to the Office of Information Technology (OIT), the decision to change policy was due to a backlog of aged machines from the pandemic and “an abundance of caution” over IT security.

NEWS | November 16

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Mochinut and Ani Ramen close, reports note health code violations

The Daily Princetonian obtained routine inspection reports from the Princeton Health Department that found Mochinut and Ani Ramen to be in violation of numerous public health protocols designed to prevent foodborne illnesses. The reports also found that both establishments had several risk factors that posed a danger to public health.

The Daily Princetonian obtained routine inspection reports from the Princeton Health Department that found Mochinut and Ani Ramen to be in violation of numerous public health protocols designed to prevent foodborne illnesses. The reports also found that both establishments had several risk factors that posed a danger to public health.

NEWS | November 15

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Former Princeton Karate club member confirmed as NIH director

Dr. Monica Bertagnolli ’81 was confirmed on Nov. 9 as director of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), making her the highest ranking University graduate in the Biden administration. As an undergraduate, Bertagnolli was a Bachelors of Science in Engineering student, creating an independent study to pursue a concentration in biochemical engineering.

Dr. Monica Bertagnolli ’81 was confirmed on Nov. 9 as director of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), making her the highest ranking University graduate in the Biden administration. As an undergraduate, Bertagnolli was a Bachelors of Science in Engineering student, creating an independent study to pursue a concentration in biochemical engineering.

NEWS | November 15

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Four takeaways from the November CPUC meeting

The latest meeting of the Council of the Princeton University Community (CPUC) saw updates regarding recent campus demonstrations on the conflict in Israel and Palestine and a discussion of admission post-affirmative action.

The latest meeting of the Council of the Princeton University Community (CPUC) saw updates regarding recent campus demonstrations on the conflict in Israel and Palestine and efforts to institute proxy voting.

NEWS | November 14

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Rhodes Scholarship goes to student and scholar of Turkish foreign policy

Sam Harshbarger ’24 was the only Princeton student awarded the Rhodes Scholarship. Like Princeton's sole Rhodes recipient last year, Marie-Rose Sheinerman ’23, he is a member of Terrace F. Club and a history concentrator. Harshbarger's senior thesis advisor, Professor Natasha Wheatley, said that he is "a once-in-a-generation academic talent."

Sam Harshbarger ’24 was the only Princeton student awarded the Rhodes Scholarship. Like Princeton's sole Rhodes recipient last year, Marie-Rose Sheinerman ’23, he is a member of Terrace F. Club and a history concentrator. Harshbarger's senior thesis advisor, Professor Natasha Wheatley, said that he is "a once-in-a-generation academic talent."

NEWS | November 14

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New video seems to show kidnapped Princeton student for first time since detention

A video circulated online and broadcast on Iraqi television networks shows Elizabeth Tsurkov GS for the first time since she was abducted in Baghdad in March of this year. 

A video circulated online and broadcast on Iraqi television networks shows Elizabeth Tsurkov GS for the first time since she was abducted in Baghdad in March of this year. 

NEWS | November 14

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New state law to require suicide prevention training for NJ universities

According to Dr. Calvin Chin, director of CPS, the University is currently “investigating the best platform” for delivering this new mandatory training. 

According to Dr. Calvin Chin, director of CPS the University is currently “investigating the best platform” for delivering this new mandatory training. 

NEWS | November 12

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Conversations about unionizing undergraduate workers begin amid nationwide wave of unionization

An anonymous student worker at Princeton told The Daily Princetonian that they were approached by a member of the Princeton chapter of Young Democratic Socialists of America (YDSA) about joining undergraduate student worker unionization efforts.

An anonymous student worker at Princeton told The Daily Princetonian that they were approached by a member of the Princeton chapter of Young Democratic Socialists of America (YDSA) about joining undergraduate student worker unionization efforts.

NEWS | November 10