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Leading with ‘humor, humility, and humanity’: Dolan reflects on nine years as Dean of the College

The Daily Princetonian sat down with Dean Dolan and several of her closest colleagues to discuss her trailblazing work as an academic, transformation into an administrator, and responses to the hot-button issues that have defined her tenure.

The Daily Princetonian sat down with Dean Dolan and several of her closest colleagues to discuss her trailblazing work as an academic, transformation into an administrator, and responses to the hot-button issues that have defined her tenure.

NEWS | May 17

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Princeton faculty member dies in traffic accident

On April 29, Dr. William Noel, the John T. Maltsberger III ’55 Associate University Librarian for Special Collections in the Princeton University Library, died from injuries sustained in a traffic accident in Edinburgh, Scotland. The ‘Prince’ spoke with colleagues of Noel to learn about his contributions to Medieval Studies and his lasting legacy.

On April 29, Dr. William Noel, the John T. Maltsberger III ’55 Associate University Librarian for Special Collections in the Princeton University Library, died from injuries sustained in a traffic accident in Edinburgh, Scotland. The ‘Prince’ spoke with colleagues of Noel to learn about his contributions to Medieval Studies and his lasting legacy.

NEWS | May 2

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CPUC discusses divestment policies and video recording as sit-in forms across campus

University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 reiterated the University’s “time, place, and manner” restrictions, and a parliamentary maneuver by Daniel Shaw ’25 delayed the vote on recording policy.

University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 reiterated the University’s “time, place, and manner” restrictions, and a parliamentary maneuver by Daniel Shaw ’25 delayed the vote on recording policy.

NEWS | April 30

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‘Never going to be our philosophy’: Princeton’s response to the ever-changing world of NIL and collectives

Princeton continues to buck the national trend by not establishing an NIL collective for its athletes. The Daily Princetonian sat down with athletic director John Mack ’00 and three current athletes to discuss the implications that NIL has had on the student-athlete experience at Princeton.

Princeton continues to buck the national trend by not establishing an NIL collective for its athletes. The Daily Princetonian sat down with athletic director John Mack ’00 and three current athletes to discuss the implications that NIL has had on the student-athlete experience at Princeton.

NEWS | April 26

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University phones experiencing service disruptions, internal and emergency calls unaffected

On Monday, April 22, a TigerAlert from the Office of Information Technology announced that University phones were experiencing a "service disruption." OIT has not yet provided a resolution time, and is currently investigating the issue.

On Monday, April 22, a TigerAlert from the Office of Information Technology announced that University phones were experiencing a "service disruption." OIT has not yet provided a resolution time, and is currently investigating the issue.

NEWS | April 22

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Two officers terminated in first consequential DPS disciplinary report

Public Safety’s 2023 Major Disciplinary Action Report listed disciplinary actions against three officers, including two terminations and one suspension, for the first time since the report’s introduction in 2021.

Public Safety’s 2023 Major Disciplinary Action Report listed disciplinary actions against three officers, including two terminations and one suspension, for the first time since the report’s introduction in 2021.

NEWS | April 19

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Genrietta Churbanova, John Freeman named valedictorian, salutatorian

The University named Genrietta Churbanova as the Class of 2024 valedictorian and John Freeman as the salutatorian on Monday, April 15. Churbanova is an Anthropology major from Little Rock, Ark., and Freeman is a Classics major from Chicago, Ill.

The University named Genrietta Churbanova as the Class of 2024 valedictorian and John Freeman as the salutatorian on Monday, April 15. Churbanova is an Anthropology major from Little Rock, Ark., and Freeman is a Classics major from Chicago, Ill.

NEWS | April 16

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Princeton updates pregnancy policies in response to federal regulations

Princeton has updated its Policy on Discrimination and Harassment and adopted a new Student Pregnancy/Childbirth Accommodation Policy, in accordance with proposed changes to federal Title IX policy.

Princeton has updated its Policy on Discrimination and Harassment and adopted a new Student Pregnancy/Childbirth Accommodation Policy, in accordance with proposed changes to federal Title IX policy.

NEWS | April 10

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Labyrinth will no longer supply books for Princeton courses

Coursebooks will be now offered through an online retailer, effective for summer programs and the upcoming fall semester. This marks the end of a 17-year partnership which offered textbooks through local independent bookstore Labyrinth.

Coursebooks will be now offered through an online retailer, effective for summer programs and the upcoming fall semester. This marks the end of a 17-year partnership which offered textbooks through local independent bookstore Labyrinth.

NEWS | April 9

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Admitted students talk role of ChatGPT in essays amid changing admissions policies

With the use of generative AI in college essays rising, the ‘Prince’ spoke to a computer science professor and incoming first-years to gauge their opinions.

With the use of generative AI in college essays rising, the ‘Prince’ spoke to a computer science professor and incoming first-years to gauge their opinions.

NEWS | April 8

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U. under federal investigation for antisemitism after complaint by conservative activist

The U.S. Department of Education launched an investigation into the University on Wednesday, April 3 regarding antisemitism on campus following a January complaint. Princeton joins other universities, including Harvard and Yale, who are also facing antisemitism investigations in recent months by the Department’s Office of Civil Rights.

The U.S. Department of Education launched an investigation into the University on Wednesday, April 3 regarding antisemitism on campus following a January complaint. Princeton joins other universities, including Harvard and Yale, who are also facing antisemitism investigations in recent months by the Department’s Office of Civil Rights.

NEWS | April 8

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Princeton to aim for 70 percent financial aid, 22 percent Pell Grant eligibility for undergraduate enrollment

The University will aim to increase enrollment of financial aid-eligible students by three percent. The new recommendations aimed at increasing socioeconomic diversity came out of an ad hoc committee of the Board of Trustees that formed following the Supreme Court’s overturning of affirmative action last year.

The University will aim to increase enrollment of financial aid-eligible students by three percent. The new recommendations aimed at increasing socioeconomic diversity came out of an ad hoc committee of the Board of Trustees that formed following the Supreme Court’s overturning of affirmative action last year.

NEWS | March 29

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27 Young Alumni Trustee candidates announcement; represent multidimensional class

A University press release to The Daily Princetonian has unveiled the 27 members of the Class of 2024 who are eligible for the primary elections for the Class of 2024’s Young Alumni Trustee (YAT). Eligibility requirements have changed this year, with the new rules being more in line with the no campaigning rule.

A University press release to The Daily Princetonian has unveiled the 27 members of the Class of 2024 who are eligible for the primary elections for the Class of 2024’s Young Alumni Trustee (YAT). Eligibility requirements have changed this year, with the new rules being more in line with the no campaigning rule.

NEWS | March 22

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CPUC discusses renewed mental health nonprofit partnership, proposes to set policy on recording meetings

At the meeting of the Council of the Princeton University Community on Monday, March 18, the committee discussed the University’s mental health initiatives, the third annual Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Report, and introduced a potential new policy that would prohibit video recording of future CPUC meetings.

At the Monday, March 18 meeting of the Council of the Princeton University Community, the committee discussed the University’s mental health initiatives, the third annual Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Report, and introduced a potential new policy that would prohibit video recording of future CPUC meetings.

NEWS | March 18

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Eisgruber faces questions on mental health at CPUC meeting

Council members and members of the audience raised concerns about academics' intersection with mental health, additional support for first-generation students, and coverage of mental healthcare treatment.

Council members and members of the audience raised concerns about academics' intersection with mental health, additional support for first-generation students, and coverage of mental healthcare treatment.

NEWS | February 20

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Long-term future of Princeton test-optional policy unclear as Dartmouth reinstates requirement

Dartmouth announced this week that it will reinstate its standardized testing requirement for the upcoming college admissions cycle. Princeton remains test-optional for at least two more admissions cycles.

Dartmouth announced this week that they it reinstate its standardized testing requirement for the upcoming college admissions cycle. Princeton remains test-optional for at least two more admissions cycles.

NEWS | February 9

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NCO FAQs updated to reflect policy change following FIRE, ADL letter to Eisgruber

Following a Jan. 25 letter from the free speech group Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression (FIRE) and the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), Princeton University updated the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for No Communication Orders and No Contact Orders (NCOs) on Jan. 26.

Following a Jan. 25 letter from the free speech group Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression (FIRE) and the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), Princeton University updated the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for No Communication Orders and No Contact Orders (NCOs) on Jan. 26.

NEWS | February 6

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Princeton Quantum Initiative unveils plans for new building

Princeton’s Board of Trustees recently presented plans for a Quantum Institute for Quantum Science and Engineering building to the town council. The project features sustainable design as part of the University’s goal of net-zero emissions by 2046.

Princeton’s Board of Trustees recently presented plans for a Quantum Institute for Quantum Science and Engineering building to the town council. The project features sustainable design as part of the University’s goal of net-zero emissions by 2046.

NEWS | February 2

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Free speech group, ADL weigh in on no-contact orders against conservative student journalists

The Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression and the Anti-Defamation League addressed a letter to Eisgruber claiming that some community members have leveraged no-contact and no-communication orders (NCOs) to “censor student journalists.” The letter references two orders against writers for the conservative publication The Princeton Tory.

The Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression and the Anti-Defamation League addressed a letter to Eisgruber claiming that some community members have leveraged no-contact and no-communication orders (NCOs) to “censor student journalists.” The letter references two orders against writers for the conservative publication The Princeton Tory.

NEWS | January 29

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