Nearly half of respondents listed Bloomberg as their last choice. The next-most-listed candidates were Sanders and Gabbard, with 16.9 percent and 12.1 percent, respectively. Klobuchar received the fewest number of “last choice” considerations, with only 6 students considering her their least favorite choice.
Nicknamed “Beast Mode” for his explosive running style, Lynch’s speech will come just months after the University celebrated the 150th anniversary of college football and its role in founding the sport.
The Menstrual Product Task Force aims to increase the number of buildings that offer free, organic menstrual products from 20 to 40 locations and further influence national policy with regards to tampon taxes.
While students and scholars remain exempt from the ruling, the change may present some difficulties for the students’ post-graduate plans. Effective Feb. 22, six new nations will be added to the initial list of nations: Nigeria, Eritrea, Myanmar (Burma), Kyrgyzstan, Sudan, and Tanzania.
The collection was all but forgotten until Andrew Xu ’22 found out about it while preparing for a high school Science Olympiad fossils competition. Xu now maintains the collection with the help of the Geosciences department.
A team comprised of students, faculty, and administrators on the Transportation Advisory Council (TAC) and from Transportation & Parking Services (TPS) began studying Princeton’s transit network in September 2019 to “explore ideas that can make walking and biking ‘irresistible,’” according to the TPS website.
The honor is named after Moses Taylor Pyne, Class of 1877, a long-time benefactor of the University and University trustee for 36 years beginning in 1884; his tenure lasted through the University presidencies of James McCosh; Francis Landey Patton; Woodrow Wilson, Class of 1879; and John Grier Hibben, Class of 1882.
The group aims to create a continuous dialogue around gun policy reform, rather than merely responding to tragedies. Blanco described a cycle of national attention as having “spikes” after every mass shooting and almost complete silence in the intervals between.
According to students who were asked to self-quarantine, they were communally isolated — in several cases up to four in a room in campus housing — with shared bathrooms and kitchens, which, in their view, defeat the very purpose of isolation.
According to a statement released by the Interclub Council (ICC), 72 percent of students who bickered at selective eating clubs (Cannon, Cap & Gown, Cottage, Ivy Club, Tiger Inn, and Tower) were admitted to a club — a five percent increase from last year, when bicker clubs accepted 67 percent.
Charter has been a sign-in club since 1977, when it eliminated its selective Bicker process with the goal of attracting more members. The sophomores who authored the proposal have adopted the opposite philosophy in attempting to sustain Charter’s dwindling membership. This switch will skew the ratio of sign-in to Bicker clubs on the Street from 5:6 to 4:7.
The teach-in and protest was organized by undergraduate students and aimed to stand in solidarity with student-led protests in India that began at Jamia Millia Islamia and Aligarh Muslim University (AMU). In recent weeks, the Indian government, led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has cracked down on protestors, with 25 deaths reported as of Jan. 10.
The personal injury lawsuit, filed last month, charges the University, the Municipality of Princeton, and Mercer County with negligence over the fall 2018 incident. On Dec. 10, 2018, Spencer rode his bicycle over a poorly maintained sewer grate, which flung him off, resulting in “severe and permanent injuries.”
According to the latest figures from the United Nations, floods in Somalia's Hiraan region have now displaced 370,000 people, 200,000 of whom are children. With the overflow of the Shabelle river early this October, numerous communities found themselves submerged and trapped in their homes. For many, the events in Somalia represent the increasingly severe and immediate impacts of climate change.