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Students say Arts and Transit Neighborhood construction causes some inconvenience

Construction of the Arts and Transit Neighborhood has caused small inconveniences for the day-to-day lives of students living in Forbes College, according to several residents of Forbes.The intersection of Alexander Street and University Place was closed to vehicular traffic in October, resulting in changes to pedestrian and bike paths from Forbes College to the main campus.

NEWS | 12/01/2013


Updated: CDC approves meningitis vaccination campaign; dates announced

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has given final approval for ameningitis vaccination campaignto commence at Princeton, the University announced in an emaillast week. The vaccine will be made available to all undergraduate students, graduate students living in undergraduate dormitories, the Graduate College and annexes and other members of the University community with medical conditions predisposing them to meningococcal disease.

NEWS | 11/26/2013


‘splash,’ ‘Saheli’ win big at Princeton Pitch

The two $1,000 first prizes for Princeton Pitch went to the creators of “splash,” a free application that allows users to share media based on location, and the developers of “Saheli,” a catering service that aims to help Indian women escape the sex trade. Students dressed in business attire crowded into Dodds Auditorium for the annual competition hosted by the Entrepreneurship Club, which gives participants 60 seconds to pitch their startup ideas, in for-profit or social entrepreneurship tracks, to a panel of judges for cash prizes.

NEWS | 11/25/2013

Concern over meningitis outbreak impacts Big Sibs, Princeton Disabilities Awareness carnival

Several campus organizations have had their events cancelled or seen reduced participation due to concerns by outside groups over the outbreak of bacterial meningitis at Princeton.The Big Sibs mentoring program by the Class of 2016 has had two events with its elementary school mentees cancelled, and a Princeton Disabilities Awareness event this weekend saw much lower attendance than predicted.

NEWS | 11/24/2013

Updated: Eighth case of meningitis at Princeton reported; will not affect vaccination plans

Updated 11/24, 9:07 p.m. A female student was diagnosed with meningitis and hospitalized late on Thursdayin the eighth case of the disease to strike the University community since March. The student developed symptoms of the diseaseon Wednesdaynight, when she went to University Health Services at McCosh Health Center.

NEWS | 11/22/2013

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Ogle ’15: “Increased outreach”

Despite a late start to campaigning, Zach Ogle ’15 said he will rely on his perspectives as a student in USG and in other campus groups to win the campus vote, emphasizing the importance of increased outreach to student groups. “I’m running for USG president because I feel like USG can do a much better job of reaching out to non-USG students,” Ogle said.

NEWS | 11/20/2013

Would you get the meningitis vaccine?

76 percent of students say they plan to get meningitis vaccine

Out of a total of 259 students interviewed by The Daily Princetonian between Tuesday and Wednesday, 197, or 76 percent, said they plan to get a vaccine not yet licensed in the United States that will be offered by the University to combat a campus outbreak of type B meningitis. Since March, six students and one visitor have been hospitalized with the disease.

NEWS | 11/20/2013