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Guests weigh in with their thoughts on free speech, institutional neutrality, and the role of the ‘Prince’ with respect to the University's statements on encampments.

Guests weigh in with their thoughts on free speech, institutional neutrality, and the role of the ‘Prince’ with respect to the University's statements on encampments.


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Reactions: What does the future of the eating clubs look like?

In the face of Cloister Inn’s financial troubles and potential to close, columnists and guest contributors shared their thoughts on the future of Prospect Avenue and the eating clubs.

In the face of Cloister Inn’s financial troubles and potential to close, columnists and guest contributors shared their thoughts on the future of Prospect Avenue and the eating clubs.

OPINION | November 30

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Reactions: What should we learn from the New Jersey elections?

“Civic engagement is a key component of Princeton life — we decided to ask our politically inclined columnists to reflect on the recent elections and chronicle a race, ballot, or result that they found particularly impactful.”

"To mark these recent elections, we asked our politically inclined columnists to reflect on the most recent NJ Elections and chronicle a race, ballot, or result that they found particularly impactful."

OPINION | November 17

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Reactions: Which professors should I follow?

Considering the correlation of professors’ fame with their teaching and their work, we asked our columnists which professors’ work students should follow.

Considering the correlation of professors’ fame with their teaching and their work, we asked our columnists which professors’ work students should follow.

OPINION | November 6

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Reactions: Faculty and alumni criticize Supreme Court affirmative action decisions

Allison Slater Tate, Martin S. Flaherty, Agustín Fuentes, Soo-Young Kim, Sydney Montgomery, and Paul Frymer discuss the questions, complications, and consequences of the Supreme Court’s recent affirmative action ruling.

Allison Slater Tate, Martin S. Flaherty, Agustín Fuentes, Soo-Young Kim, Sydney Montgomery, and Paul Frymer discuss the questions, complications, and consequences of the Supreme Court’s recent affirmative action ruling.

OPINION | June 30

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Reactions: Princeton’s run to the Sweet 16

Opinion columnists share their thoughts on the University’s recent basketball success and what it might mean for the campus moving forward. 

Opinion columnists share their thoughts on the University’s recent basketball successes and what it might mean for the campus moving forward. 

OPINION | 03/28/2023

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Reactions: Princeton faculty discuss ChatGPT in the classroom

Princeton faculty members Arvind Narayanan, Sarah Case, Steven Kelts, and Matt Weinberg discuss the utility (and futility) of using ChatGPT in the classroom and on assignments — and what ChatGPT reveals about the value of education.

Princeton faculty members Arvind Narayanan, Sarah Case, Steven Kelts, and Matt Weinberg discuss the utility (and futility) of using ChatGPT in the classroom and on assignments — and what ChatGPT reveals about the value of education. 

OPINION | 02/12/2023

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Reactions: What would you change about Princeton?

“In 2021, then-Editor-in-Chief Emma Treadway challenged the student body to take the post-pandemic opportunity to change Princeton. As a new school year starts, we asked our columnists one thing they’d want to change, big or small, about Princeton in the coming year.”

“In 2021, then-Editor-in-Chief Emma Treadway challenged the student body to take the post-pandemic opportunity to change Princeton. As a new school year starts, we asked our columnists one thing they’d want to change, big or small, about Princeton in the coming year.”

OPINION | 10/23/2022

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Reactions: USG considers eliminating referenda

“If the USG wishes to fulfill its purported preamble dedication to ‘the proposition that students must be included in the making of decisions that affect them,’ they should leave referenda as they are.”

“If the USG wishes to fulfill its purported preamble dedication to ‘the proposition that students must be included in the making of decisions that affect them,’ they should leave referenda as they are.”

OPINION | 09/22/2022

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Reactions: Princeton admits Class of 2026, won’t tell us acceptance rate

On Thursday, prospective members of Princeton’s Great Class of 2026 received their admissions decision. Nevertheless, the University has declined to release any statistics about accepted students. We asked columnists for their opinions on this unusual decision.

On Thursday, prospective members of Princeton’s Great Class of 2026 received their admissions decision. Nevertheless, the University has declined to release any statistics about accepted students. We asked columnists for their opinions on this unusual decision.

OPINION | 04/04/2022

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Reactions: Princeton to ditch the mask mandate and asymptomatic testing

For the Reactions series, columnists opine on the recent loosening of the University’s COVID-19 protocol — some lauding the changes and others nervous about the risks of COVID-19 spread with fewer mitigation measures.

For the Reactions series, columnists opine on the recent loosening of the University’s COVID-19 protocol — some lauding the changes and others nervous about the risks of COVID-19 spread with fewer mitigation measures.

OPINION | 03/03/2022

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Reactions: Princeton opens gingerly as COVID-19 spreads

“We live in the world of the oscillating pandemic. It’s not wrong for Princeton to take the pandemic seriously when cases are high. But we must move quickly to normalize our campus when we can.”

 “We live in the world of the oscillating pandemic. It’s not wrong for Princeton to take the pandemic seriously when cases are high.  But we must move quickly to normalize our campus when we can.” 

OPINION | 01/26/2022