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Mark Dodici / The Daily Princetonian

Students hold protest in solidarity with MOVE

This week, over a hundred students gathered on the lawn outside Nassau Hall to stand in solidarity with the MOVE organization in Philadelphia in protest of Princeton and the University of Pennsylvania’s handling of the remains of 1985 MOVE police bombing victims. As of Friday, the remains of the MOVE bombings victims have been moved to a West Philadelphia funeral home.

This week, over a hundred students gathered on the lawn outside Nassau Hall to stand in solidarity with the MOVE organization in Philadelphia in protest of Princeton and the University of Pennsylvania’s handling of the remains of 1985 MOVE police bombing victims. As of Friday, the remains of the MOVE bombings victims have been moved to a West Philadelphia funeral home.

NEWS | 3 days ago

Davis International Center
Candace Do / The Daily Princetonian

University-sponsored domestic travel to resume May 24 for those at “low risk”

Individuals who meet the low-risk criteria include “those for whom two or more weeks have passed since their final dose of an FDA-approved vaccine,” according to the memo.

Individuals who meet the low-risk criteria include “those for whom two or more weeks have passed since their final dose of an FDA-approved vaccine,” according to the memo.

NEWS | April 26

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Princeton Preview tents from 2018.
Risa Gelles-Watnick / The Daily Princetonian

Virtual Princeton Preview aims to recreate campus community ‘without the big tent’

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, Preview, which normally gives high school admittees two days in April to experience campus life, has been converted into a month-long virtual platform for students to get to know the University.  

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, Preview, which normally gives high school admittees two days in April to experience campus life, has been converted into a month-long virtual platform for students to get to know the University.  

NEWS | April 22

Photo Courtesy of the Women*s Center website

New center for gender and sexuality will expand programming of Women*s and LGBT Center

The Women*s Center and LGBT Center will continue to operate separately and exist in distinct affinity spaces, but the new center for gender and sexuality will help bridge their staff and services while acknowledging the intersections of gender and sexuality.  

The Women*s Center and LGBT Center will continue to operate separately and exist in distinct affinity spaces, but the new center for gender and sexuality will help bridge their staff and services while acknowledging the intersections of gender and sexuality.  

NEWS | April 22

Candace Do / The Daily Princetonian

Canadian teen found responsible for University bomb threat, arrested for multiple ‘swatting’ offenses

According to a March 25 release citing the Saskatoon Police Department, the teen was arrested in the small community of Vacherie, La., for issuing the false University bomb threat. 

According to a March 25 release citing the Saskatoon Police Department, the teen was arrested in the small community of Vacherie, La., for issuing the false University bomb threat. 

NEWS | April 20

The entrance to McCosh Health Center.
Jon Ort / The Daily Princetonian

Following all-time high in CPS appointments, Dolan urges faculty toward ‘compassionate practices’

In an email to The Daily Princetonian, University Spokesperson Jess Fasano clarified that CPS had 1,490 clinical appointments this March alone, which, according to Dolan’s memo, was the highest number in the history of CPS. 

In an email to The Daily Princetonian, University Spokesperson Jess Fasano clarified that CPS had 1,490 clinical appointments this March alone, which, according to Dolan’s memo, was the highest number in the history of CPS. 

NEWS | April 15

Frick Chemistry Laboratory, the home of Princeton’s chemistry department.
Zachary Shevin / The Daily Princetonian

Princeton will be the site of a new cancer research branch

The University has partnered with the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research to open a new branch at Princeton — one that will specialize in cancer metabolism and how diet impacts our understanding of cancer.

The University has partnered with the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research to open a new branch at Princeton — one that will specialize in cancer metabolism and how diet impacts our understanding of cancer.

NEWS | April 13

Morrison Hall, where The Office of Admission is located. 
Courtesy of the Office of Communications

Princeton admits record-low 3.98% of applicants in historic application cycle

Due to the number of students formerly in the class of 2024 who requested to defer their enrollment by one year over the summer, the total number of admits is around 20 percent lower than it would otherwise be in an ordinary year.

Due to the number of students formerly in the class of 2024 who requested to defer their enrollment by one year over the summer, the total number of admits is around 20 percent lower than it would otherwise be in an ordinary year.

NEWS | April 6

A sticker handed out after a COVID-19 vaccination at CVS
Celia Buchband / The Daily Princetonian

NJ vaccine eligibility will expand to individuals 16+ on April 19

The University has been prepared to be a vaccine distribution site and host on-campus clinics for community members since early January. However, it is still unclear if or when the institution will receive a vaccine supply to distribute to members of the University community. 

The University has been prepared to be a vaccine distribution site and host on-campus clinics for community members since early January. However, it is still unclear if or when the institution will receive a vaccine supply to distribute to members of the University community. 

NEWS | April 5

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NJ to expand vaccine eligibility on April 5

As of April 5, the state of New Jersey will be expanding COVID-19 vaccination eligibility to all educators and support staff at colleges and universities, including Princeton researchers, graduate students, and undergraduates who work on campus. 

As of April 5, the state of New Jersey will be expanding COVID-19 vaccination eligibility to all educators and support staff at colleges and universities, including Princeton researchers, graduate students, and undergraduates who work on campus. 

NEWS | April 4

The Princeton School of Public Policy and International Affairs (SPIA).
Mark Dodici / The Daily Princetonian

Nolan McCarty to serve as interim SPIA Dean

Mark Watson will step down as interim Dean of Princeton’s School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA), and Nolan McCarty — a SPIA and politics professor and former chair of the Department of Politics — will serve as the new interim dean. 

Mark Watson will step down as interim Dean of Princeton’s School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA), and Nolan McCarty — a SPIA and politics professor and former chair of the Department of Politics — will serve as the new interim dean. 

NEWS | March 24

Andrew Somerville / The Daily Princetonian

Committee considering fossil fuel divestment to release recommendations this May

The University committee responsible for reviewing divestment proposals will submit its recommendation on fossil fuel divestment to the Board of Trustees this coming May, geosciences professor and Resources Committee chair Blair Schoene told attendees of this month’s CPUC meeting.

The University committee responsible for reviewing divestment proposals will submit its recommendation on fossil fuel divestment to the Board of Trustees this coming May, geosciences professor and Resources Committee chair Blair Schoene told attendees of this month’s CPUC meeting.

NEWS | March 22

The Carl A. Fields CenterCandace Do / The Daily Princetonian

Reflection, support from Princeton community after Atlanta shootings

“Our Asian and Asian American communities are in so much pain right now,” said Jennifer Lee ’23, co-president of Princeton’s Asian American Students Association.

“Our Asian and Asian American communities are in so much pain right now,” said Jennifer Lee ’23, co-president of Princeton’s Asian American Students Association.

NEWS | March 18