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Mark Dodici / The Daily Princetonian

Princeton expects to keep student organization facilities closed throughout the spring

Though noting that prox access “is expected to remain inactive throughout the term,” the announcement left the door open for adjustment if public health guidelines permit.

Though noting that prox access “is expected to remain inactive throughout the term,” the announcement left the door open for adjustment if public health guidelines permit.

NEWS | December 2

Dennis Hamilton / Wikimedia Commons

Cited in election lawsuit, Princeton professor Andrew Appel ’81 says ex-Trump attorney’s claims have little merit

Appel has pushed back against the suit’s use of his past testimony and affirmed the 2020 election’s technological security. 

University computer science professor Andrew Appel has been cited alongside one of his studies as an “industry expert” in a Georgia lawsuit contesting the results of the 2020 U.S. presidential election. The lawsuit is the latest in a series filed by ex-Trump campaign manager Sidney Powell. Appel has publically pushed back against the use of his scientific papers in this suit, and has signing a statement affirming the technological security of the 2020 election. 

NEWS | December 1

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Eating clubs line Prospect Avenue.
Jon Ort / The Daily Princetonian

Eating clubs will remain closed for spring semester

"The Eating Clubs have agreed to remain closed for the spring semester to minimize the risk of COVID-19 infection among students, faculty, University administration/staff and Club employees,” wrote Graduate Inter-Club Council president Hap Cooper ’82 and Vice President for Campus Life Rochelle Calhoun. The University will provide "budgetary support" to the clubs in the spring "to help offset the financial impact of the closure" 

The University will provide "budgetary support" to the clubs in the spring "to help offset the financial impact of the closure" 

NEWS | December 1

Harsimran Makkad / The Daily Princetonian

Class years call for ‘unity’ after lobbying to keep each other off campus

Despite previously petitioning to keep each other off campus, first years, sophomores, juniors, and seniors are calling for “unity” in light of the University’s announcement that all students will be invited back this spring.

Despite previously petitioning to keep each other off campus, first years, sophomores, juniors, and seniors are calling for “unity” in light of the University’s announcement that all students will be invited back this spring.

SATIRE | November 30

Derulo dancing on mute in his kitchen, a few feet from what looked to be $80k in cash
Zachary Shevin / The Daily Princetonian

‘Jason, you’re muted’: Lawnparties plagued by technical difficulties

Despite a flood of messages in the chat, Derulo was unaware that his microphone was off throughout the entirety of the concert. The USG Social Committee also received criticism for keeping Vote100 fellow Joe Shipley’s ’22 video pinned throughout the entire event.

Despite a flood of messages in the chat, Derulo was unaware that his microphone was off throughout the entirety of the concert. The USG Social Committee also received criticism for keeping Vote100 fellow Joe Shipley’s ’22 video pinned throughout the entire event.

NEWS | November 30

Sydney Peng / The Daily Princetonian

Honor Committee opts for ‘trial by ordeal’ system

The trials will closely resemble the three traditional medieval ordeals: ordeal by hot water, cold water, and hot iron. The severity of accusation will determine which trial the student is subjected to.

The trials will closely resemble the three traditional medieval ordeals: ordeal by hot water, cold water, and hot iron. The severity of accusation will determine which trial the student is subjected to.

SATIRE | November 30