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USG discusses mental health focus for the upcoming term

At its most recent meeting, the Undergraduate Student Government (USG) discussed their increased focus on student mental health for the upcoming term as well as approved funding and new student organization requests.

At its most recent meeting, the Undergraduate Student Government (USG) discussed their increased focus on student mental health for the upcoming term as well as approved funding and new student organization requests.

NEWS | February 21

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Writer and director Angela Barnes talks career, inclusivity at event hosted by LCA

Angela Barnes, who has directed for “Blindspotting” and has worked on “Atlanta” and “Being Mary Jane,“ spoke about her career and inclusivity in television at an event hosted by the Lewis Center for the Arts. 

Angela Barnes, who has directed for “Blindspotting” and has worked on “Atlanta” and “Being Mary Jane,“ spoke about her career and inclusivity in television at an event hosted by the Lewis Center for the Arts. 

NEWS | February 20

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Eisgruber fields questions related to Palestine, gender accommodations, COVID-19 policy at CPUC meeting

At a meeting of the Council of Princeton University Community on Feb. 14, President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 presented on campus expansion and increased admissions capacity, as well as long-term COVID-19 policy expectations. 

At a meeting of the Council of Princeton University Community on Feb. 14, President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 presented on campus expansion and increased admissions capacity, as well as long-term COVID-19 policy expectations.  

NEWS | February 17

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Divest Princeton files legal complaint to N.J. Attorney General

The complaint alleges that the University has violated New Jersey state law, specifically the New Jersey Uniform Prudent Management of Institutional Funds Act, by continuing to invest in fossil fuels.

The complaint alleges that the University has violated New Jersey state law, specifically the New Jersey Uniform Prudent Management of Institutional Funds Act, by continuing to invest in fossil fuels.

NEWS | February 16

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Street Week in Review: Over 1070 sophomores participate in eating club sign-in and bicker, yielding most competitive rates in a decade

For the fourth consecutive year, the Interclub Council reported that all sophomores who participated were placed into an eating club, and the number of students who participated increased by 12 percent from last year.

For the fourth consecutive year, the Interclub Council reported that all sophomores who participated were placed into an eating club, and the number of students who participated increased by 12 percent.

NEWS | February 16

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Five to a quad, shared bathrooms, movie nights: A glimpse into COVID-19 isolation at Princeton

About half of students who test positive are sent to isolation dorms while the rest either remain in their dorms or in “campus apartments.”  

About half of students who test positive are sent to isolation dorms while the rest either remain in their dorms or in “campus apartments.”  

NEWS | February 15

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USG hears Lawnparties Review Committee Report, approves task forces for the upcoming year

At its most recent meeting, the Undergraduate Student Government (USG) heard several recommendations from the Lawnparties Review Committee and approved eight task forces for the upcoming year. 

At its most recent meeting, the Undergraduate Student Government (USG) heard several recommendations from the Lawnparties Review Committee and approved eight task forces for the upcoming year. 

NEWS | February 14

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Potter, Wayner awarded Pyne Prizes, to be recognized on Alumni Day

Hailing from McLean, Va., Potter is concentrating in the School of Public and International Affairs. Wayner is a Civil and Environmental Engineering concentrator from Baltimore, Md., earning certificates in environmental studies and sustainable energy. 

Hailing from McLean, Va., Potter is concentrating in the School of Public and International Affairs. Wayner is a Civil and Environmental Engineering concentrator from Baltimore, Md., earning certificates in environmental studies and sustainable energy. 

NEWS | February 14

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Love Day w/ Flo Donald and Joe Wolfin

In this Valentine’s Day episode, Flo and Joe discuss the start of their relationship, the difficulties of starting Princeton as a couple, how their Valentine’s Days have evolved over the years, who should shoot their shot first, and much more!

In this Valentine’s Day episode, Flo and Joe discuss the start of their relationship, the difficulties of starting Princeton as a couple, how their Valentine’s Days have evolved over the years, and much more!

PODCAST | February 14

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ICC looks to ‘bring the Street back’ as University further loosens restrictions on indoor gatherings

Interclub Council (ICC) President Schuyler Kean ’22 says they are looking to “work towards bringing the Street back” as the University further loosens guidance regarding indoor event capacity limits, now allowing event coordinators to serve food and beverage at events for undergraduates. 

Interclub Council (ICC) President Schuyler Kean ’22 says they are looking to “work towards bringing the Street back” as the University further loosens guidance regarding indoor event capacity limits, now allowing event coordinators to serve food and beverage at events for undergraduates. 

NEWS | February 8

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After 'Street Week,' campus COVID-19 cases continue downward trend

During the second week of the Spring 2022 semester, COVID-19 cases among the University community have continued to fall as University administrators loosen undergraduate event restrictions. 

During the second week of the Spring 2022 semester, COVID-19 cases among the University community have continued to fall as University administrators loosen undergraduate event restrictions. 

NEWS | February 7

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USG approves $230K budget for 2022, confirms new committee members

At the first in-person meeting of the year, the Undergraduate Student Government (USG) met to approve a budget of about $230,000 for the year, confirm new committee members, introduce several student organizations, and discuss the results of a recent survey about student health and attendance-related stress.

At the first in-person meeting of the year, the Undergraduate Student Government (USG) met to approve a budget of about $230,000 for the year, confirm new committee members, introduce several student organizations, and discuss the results of a recent survey about student health and attendance-related stress.

NEWS | February 7

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Draft Day w/ Kevin O’Toole

In this episode, we chat with Kevin O’Toole ’22, who was recently drafted to the MLS by NYCFC, about balancing finishing out his Princeton degree with professional responsibilities, whether senior theses should be mandatory, Ronaldo versus Messi, and much more! 

In this episode, we chat with Kevin O’Toole ’22, who was recently drafted to the MLS by NYCFC, about balancing finishing out his Princeton degree with professional responsibilities, whether senior theses should be mandatory, Ronaldo versus Messi, and much more! 

PODCAST | February 7

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Ella Feiner ’22 to compete on ‘Jeopardy!’ in college tournament

Feiner will compete against students from Rice University and Louisiana State University in the first round of the National College Championship on Feb. 8. This is the quarterfinal round of the tournament, and she will compete in a pool of 36 contestants.

Feiner will compete against students from Rice University and Louisiana State University in the first round of the National College Championship on Feb. 8. This is the quarterfinal round of the tournament, and she will compete in a pool of 36 contestants.

NEWS | February 6

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All student employees receive 50 cent wage increase per NJ bill

University students with jobs in the lowest pay-bracket will receive a 50 cent hourly raise this semester from $12.50 to $13 following New Jersey legislation aimed at increasing the minimum wage to $15 by 2024.

University students with jobs in the lowest pay-bracket will receive a 50 cent hourly raise this semester from $12.50 to $13 following New Jersey legislation aimed at increasing the minimum wage to $15 by 2024.

NEWS | February 2

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PGSU, Princeton Disability Collective petition Princeton to provide remote learning options

The petition, which was posted to the front doorway and stairs of Nassau Hall and sent out to students and staff, had 363 signatures as of Jan. 23.   

The petition, which was posted to the front doorway and stairs of Nassau Hall and sent out to students and staff, had 363 signatures as of Jan. 23.  

NEWS | February 1