The New Jersey “stay at home” order includes an exception for “visiting family or other individuals with whom the resident has a close personal relationship, such as those for whom the individual is a caretaker or romantic partner.” University policy does not.
According to the new policy, students who receive need-based financial aid, have already worked durinb the Spring 2020 term, and will not be working at the University, either in person or remotely, through the end of the term are eligible to be paid normal wages.
The measures — listed under the COVID-19 section of the University website — instruct community members to “keep at least six feet between yourself and another person in all public places,” “avoid close contact,” and “limit in-person meetings.”
In two separate instances, one in-class and one in a Blackboard announcement, two faculty members canceled classes and claimed they received an order to self-isolate. Students in those classes have independently confirmed to The Daily Princetonian that these cancellations took place.
“We have been developing a new website to keep the University community informed on policies, guidance, and best practices to ensure everyone’s health and safety during this evolving situation,” University Deputy Spokesperson Michael Hotchkiss wrote in a 1:08 a.m. statement to the ‘Prince.’ “Policy information under development was inadvertently made viewable to the public,” he added. “We will share any and all new policies and guidance as soon as they are finalized.”
On Feb. 23, seven student-run startups presented pitches before a panel of established venture capitalists in a competition for $6,000. The winning project, Adora Experiences, will provide self-guided tours to students as early as this May.
The guidebook is organized into seven parts: Counseling and Psychological Services, Off-Campus Care, Mental Health and Academics, Leaves of Absence, Helping Friends, Alternative Resources, and Advice from Students.
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.