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With some University summer international travel plans still in flux, new guidelines add layer of certification

Princeton’s Global Safety & Security Unit released travel guidelines requiring certification from University officials for University sponsored international summer travel. Students await approval for summer programs in a process that can take up to three weeks.

Princeton’s Global Safety & Security Unit released travel guidelines requiring certification from University officials for University sponsored international summer travel. Students await approval for summer programs in a process that can take up to three weeks.

NEWS | March 31

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QP@P: Sitting down with LGBTQ+ and politics research scholar Andrew Reynolds

As someone who hopes to pursue a career in academia, Biondi finds the visibility of queer scholars in QP@P rewarding to see. “QP@P is the first time I’ve kind of seen more broadly-reflected queer research and queer lab research, which has been really cool,” they said.

As someone who hopes to pursue a career in academia, Biondi finds the visibility of queer scholars in QP@P rewarding to see. “QP@P is the first time I’ve kind of seen more broadly-reflected queer research and queer lab research, which has been really cool,” they said.

NEWS | March 29

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Butler College’s Studio ’34 faces staff shortage, remains closed

Studio ’34, a store located in the Butler College basement that offers late-night snack options, has remained closed since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic due to staffing shortages. 

Studio '34, a store located in the Butler College basement that offers late-night snack options, has remained closed since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic due to staffing shortages. 

NEWS | March 27

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Firestone exhibition of Jewish American artists featuring works from Confederate soldiers canceled

Following the cancellation of the exhibit, the gallery’s primary donor and curator spoke to the ‘Prince’ about cancel culture and the larger implications of the decision.

Following the cancellation of the exhibit, the gallery’s primary donor and curator spoke to the ‘Prince’ about cancel culture and the larger implications of the decision.

NEWS | March 27

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CPUC discusses fossil fuel dissociation, minor program pilot, COVID-19 policy

The minors program is planned to be piloted with the Class of 2025, and Vice President and Secretary of the University Hillary Parker highlighted that only 13 million dollars out of the 1.7 billion dollars of the University’s endowment are invested currently in fossil fuels.

The minors program is planned to be piloted with the Class of 2025, and Vice President and Secretary of the University Hillary Parker highlighted that only 13 million dollars out of the 1.7 billion dollars of the University’s endowment are invested currently in fossil fuels.

NEWS | March 23

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Senate launches USG Reform Project, agrees to sponsor DEI Committee referendum

The Undergraduate Student Government (USG) announced the USG Reform Project, agreed to sponsor a referendum that would make the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Committee a core committee of USG, and heard an update on Lawnparties from the Social Committee. 

The Undergraduate Student Government (USG) announced the USG Reform Project, agreed to sponsor a referendum that would make the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Committee a core committee of USG, and heard an update on Lawnparties from the Social Committee. 

NEWS | March 21

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With University indoor mask mandate lifted, some classes and departments maintain face coverings requirement

While the indoor mask mandate has been lifted in most indoor spaces, departments such as the Writing and Chinese Language programs continue to require students to wear masks in class.  

While the indoor mask mandate has been lifted in most indoor spaces, departments such as the Writing and Chinese Language programs continue to require students to wear masks in class. 

NEWS | March 20

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Amid change to masking and testing policies, University COVID-19 cases see post-spring break dip

Following an update to the University’s COVID-19 dashboard layout, as of March 16, the Campus Mitigation Level is listed as “Baseline,“ which includes high continued vaccine efficacy and mild to moderate symptoms in those who test positive.

Following an update to the University’s COVID-19 dashboard layout, as of March 16, the Campus Mitigation Level is listed as “Baseline,“ which includes high continued vaccine efficacy and mild to moderate symptoms in those who test positive.

NEWS | March 16

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Hess, Potter, Wayner to advance to general election for Young Alumni Trustee

Naomi Hess ’22, Christian Potter ’22, and Claire Wayner ’22 have been announced as the finalists for this year’s Young Alumni Trustee (YAT) election.  

Naomi Hess ’22, Christian Potter ’22, and Claire Wayner ’22 have been announced as the finalists for this year’s Young Alumni Trustee (YAT) election.   

NEWS | March 15

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USG discusses mental health referenda, approves Tigers in Town budget increase

At its March 13 meeting, the Undergraduate Student Government (USG) Senate discussed two possible mental health-related referenda that may be put to the vote later this semester and heard updates from three committees. 

At its March 13 meeting, the Undergraduate Student Government (USG) Senate discussed two possible mental health-related referenda that may be put to the vote later this semester and heard updates from three committees. 

NEWS | March 15

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Princeton sees new construction across campus in 2021-22 academic year, more to begin this summer

As the University undergoes “one of the most extensive building programs in its history,” large portions of central and east campus are being fenced off and excavated.

As the University undergoes “one of the most extensive building programs in its history,” large portions of central and east campus are being fenced off and excavated.

NEWS | March 3

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Princeton lifts indoor mask mandate, reduces testing frequency to monthly for fully vaccinated individuals

Those identified as close contacts for a COVID-19 positive individual will still be required to wear masks, and any individual who has received a vaccine exemption or has not yet received a booster dose but is eligible to do so will be required to continue to test weekly.

Those identified as close contacts for a COVID-19 positive individual will still be required to wear masks, and any individual who has received a vaccine exemption or has not yet received a booster dose but is eligible to do so will be required to continue to test weekly.

NEWS | March 2

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Princeton inadvertently publishes, then retracts, shift in COVID-19 testing protocol from weekly to monthly

The inadvertent update had stated that testing for fully vaccinated individuals would be reduced to once per month. A University spokesperson stated that the University has not announced any changes to testing protocol at this point.

The inadvertent update had stated that testing for fully vaccinated individuals would be reduced to once per month. A University spokesperson stated that the University has not announced any changes to testing protocol at this point.

NEWS | March 1

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We looked at trends in financial aid across the Ivy League. Here’s what we found.

While the total cost of attending college has increased across the Ivy League, financial aid packages have grown even more quickly. In 2020, 66 percent of Princeton undergraduates applied for financial aid, and the University’s average aid grant covered 86 percent of total costs.

While the total cost of attending college has increased across the Ivy League, financial aid packages have grown even more quickly. In 2020, 66 percent of Princeton undergraduates applied for financial aid, and the University’s average aid grant covered 86 percent of total costs.

NEWS | February 27

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‘Such a pivot’: Students express concern following Princeton memo on uptick in COVID-19 cases

Some students felt frustrated by the Feb. 18 memo from Dean Dolan and VP Calhoun, arguing it was insensitive towards students’ health. Other students supported the University’s seeming shift toward non-reactive policy on COVID-19.

Some students felt frustrated by the Feb. 18 memo from Dean Dolan and VP Calhoun, arguing it was insensitive towards students’ health. Other students supported the University’s seeming shift toward non-reactive policy on COVID-19.

NEWS | February 27

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As University investigates, student reflects on incident of lewdness in Frist Campus Center

Deputy University Spokesperson Michael Hotchkiss wrote in an email to the ‘Prince’ that “the University is investigating the issue and taking action through appropriate channels.”

Deputy University Spokesperson Michael Hotchkiss wrote in an email to the ‘Prince’ that “the University is investigating the issue and taking action through appropriate channels.”

NEWS | February 23

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Feb. 15, Feb. 21 mark two highest single-day COVID-19 case tolls among undergraduates at University

Feb. 15 marked the highest single-day spike among undergraduates this academic year, with 104 students testing positive for COVID-19.  

Feb. 15 marked the highest single-day spike among undergraduates this academic year, with 104 students testing positive for COVID-19.  

NEWS | February 22