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President Eisgruber, come on The Orange Table | The Orange Table Ep. 7

In the season two premiere of The Orange Table, co-hosts Omar Farah and Aishah Balogun call on University President Christopher L. Eisgruber '83 to respond to the concerns of the Black community and to sit down with the show in the near future. They also discuss the extent to which the University's social media properly depicts the demographic diversity of the campus.

PODCAST | 1 day ago

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Students bruised, bloodied, and trampled by crowd at Lawnparties

One female student, a member of the Class of 2025, reported that she became partially trapped between metal pieces of the barrier, causing a “really deep cut” to her arm. “It was bleeding everywhere,” she said in an interview with the ‘Prince.’ “I had to use my face mask to try to stop the bleeding.”

One female student, a member of the Class of 2025, reported that she became partially trapped between metal pieces of the barrier, causing a “really deep cut” to her arm. “It was bleeding everywhere,” she said in an interview with the ‘Prince.’ “I had to use my face mask to try to stop the bleeding.”

NEWS | October 5

FluFest 2021 Poster
Courtesy of the Office of Communications

As flu season nears, UHS offers vaccinations at 2021 FluFest

This year’s FluFest will be held from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 5, Wednesday, Oct. 6, Tuesday, Oct. 12, and Wednesday, Oct. 13 in the Frist Campus Center Multipurpose Rooms on the B Level. Those attending the FluFest must present their University ID cards and wear face coverings. Appointments will not be required.

This year’s FluFest will be held from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 5, Wednesday, Oct. 6, Tuesday, Oct. 12, and Wednesday, Oct. 13 in the Frist Campus Center Multipurpose Rooms on the B Level. Those attending the FluFest must present their University ID cards and wear face coverings. Appointments will not be required.

NEWS | October 4

Lawnparties headliner A$AP Ferg, performing in concert in 2013.
“ASAP Ferg Live In Concert,” by CZR-E for The Come Up Show / CC-BY 2.0

A$AP Ferg announced as new headliner two days before Lawnparties

A$AP Ferg, an American rapper from Harlem, New York, is a member of the hip hop collective known as the A$AP Mob, which includes other artists like A$AP Rocky and A$AP Nast. He has over 11 million monthly listeners on Spotify, and his biggest hit ‘Plain Jane’ has over 500 million listens.

A$AP Ferg, an American rapper from Harlem, New York, is a member of the hip hop collective known as the A$AP Mob, which includes other artists like A$AP Rocky and A$AP Nast. He has over 11 million monthly listeners on Spotify, and his biggest hit ‘Plain Jane’ has over 500 million listens.

NEWS | October 1

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Kristopher Oliveira speaks at the GSRC launch. 
Izzy Jacobson / The Daily Princetonian

Gender and Sexuality Resource Center launches, combining Women*s and LGBT Centers

On Monday, Sept. 27, the Gender and Sexuality Resource Center (GSRC) officially opened its doors, marking the physical and ideological unification of the former Women*s and LGBT Centers. 

On Monday, Sept. 27, the Gender and Sexuality Resource Center (GSRC) officially opened its doors, marking the physical and ideological unification of the former Women*s and LGBT Centers. 

NEWS | September 29

Naomi Hess ‘22 exiting the TigerAccess van
Tess Weinreich / The Daily Princetonian

TPS launches new “TigerAccess” transit service for disabled individuals

The new transit system offers curb-to-curb transportation for University visitors, students, and faculty members with mobility-related disabilities or medical conditions. 

The new transit system offers curb-to-curb transportation for University visitors, students, and faculty members with mobility-related disabilities or medical conditions. 

NEWS | September 28

LANY performing live at the Shrine Expo Hall in Los Angeles, California, on Friday, June 28, 2019.
Justin Higuchi / CC BY 2.0

USG removes LANY as Lawnparties headliner amid allegations of inappropriate conduct

USG’s decision comes after many students expressed concern with the announcement of the headliner after allegations of predatory behavior, manipulation, and emotional abuse came to light about lead singer Paul Klein.

USG’s decision comes after many students expressed concern with the announcement of the headliner after allegations of predatory behavior, manipulation, and emotional abuse came to light about lead singer Paul Klein.

NEWS | September 28

Kennedy Mattes ’23, founder of the Expungement Initiative
Julian Gottfried / The Daily Princetonian

New student initiative spreads awareness on marijuana criminal record expungement in New Jersey

Six months after New Jersey officially legalized marijuana, a new student initiative on campus aims to spread awareness about criminal record expungement for formerly incarcerated people statewide.

Six months after New Jersey officially legalized marijuana, a new student initiative on campus aims to spread awareness about criminal record expungement for formerly incarcerated people statewide.

NEWS | September 26

Frist Campus Center
Abby de Riel / The Daily Princetonian

One COVID-19 disciplinary case adjudicated on campus, amid “very limited transmission”

When asked if a date has been set for the next update on masking requirements, Hotchkiss said in an email that “the current masking policy will remain in effect until further notice.”

When asked if a date has been set for the next update on masking requirements, Hotchkiss said in an email that “the current masking policy will remain in effect until further notice.” 

NEWS | September 23

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Carshare services return to Princeton

According to Enterprise Carshare’s website, rental rates at the Princeton University campus locations start at just $5/hour or $40/day, with fuel, insurance and parking costs included. 

According to Enterprise Carshare’s website, rental rates at the Princeton University campus locations start at just $5/hour or $40/day, with fuel, insurance and parking costs included. 

NEWS | September 22

Caroline Kirby ’23 addresses her tour group outside Frist Campus Center.
Edward Tian / The Daily Princetonian

Orange Key tours return to campus

As they stepped out from the U-Store toward the steps of Blair Arch, tour guide Justin Curl ’22 noted the significance of the moment, as the first in-person tour open to the public since the start of the pandemic. “I hope you’re as excited to be here as I am,” he shouted.

As they stepped out from the U-Store toward the steps of Blair Arch, tour guide Justin Curl ’22 noted the significance of the moment, as the first in-person tour open to the public since the start of the pandemic. “I hope you’re as excited to be here as I am,” he shouted.

NEWS | September 20

Folarin Okujala / The Daily Princetonian

Extremely Bullish with Andrew Hama

In episode two of Go With the Flo featuring Andrew Hama, we discuss what an investment banker actually does, our Lawnparties act predictions, how to make the most out of the Princeton network, and much more.

In episode two of Go With the Flo featuring Andrew Hama, we discuss what an investment banker actually does, our Lawnparties act predictions, how to make the most out of the Princeton network, and much more.

PODCAST | September 20

The menu at Coffee Club located in Campus Club.
Julian Gottfried / The Daily Princetonian

Campus cafés reopen after 18 months

Two favorite locales of the University campus have reopened after 18 months — Coffee Club and Murray-Dodge Café. Both institutions function primarily by and for Princeton students, providing unique spaces to study and socialize. 

Two favorite locales of the University campus have reopened after 18 months — Coffee Club and Murray-Dodge Café. Both institutions function primarily by and for Princeton students, providing unique spaces to study and socialize.  

NEWS | September 15

Screenshot of the To Known and Be Heard website.

Class of 2025 discusses systemic racism during orientation

The module centered around the To Be Known and Heard virtual gallery, which depicts vignettes of “Princeton’s long and complex relationship with racism” starting from the 18th century to modern time, according to the site. During the training session, RCAs led their first-years through explorations of the virtual gallery and discussions on how to navigate conversations around race and identity. 

The module centered around the To Be Known and Heard virtual gallery, which depicts vignettes of “Princeton’s long and complex relationship with racism” starting from the 18th century to modern time, according to the site. During the training session, RCAs led their first-years through explorations of the virtual gallery and discussions on how to navigate conversations around race and identity. 

NEWS | September 13

Mark Dodici / The Daily Princetonian

Name of Woodrow Wilson Honorary Debate Panel faces contention

While a number of institutions have changed their titles from former namesake Woodrow Wilson Class of 1879, the Woodrow Wilson Honorary Debate Panel has maintained its name.

While a number of institutions have changed their titles from former namesake Woodrow Wilson Class of 1879, the Woodrow Wilson Honorary Debate Panel has maintained its name.

NEWS | September 13