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Dr. Anthony Fauci delivers keynote address at 2022 Class Day

Fauci, who has become a national figure during his time as an advisor to the U.S. government during the COVID-19 pandemic, spoke on the pandemic, the nation’s response to it, and racial equity.

Fauci, who has become a national figure during his time as an advisor to the U.S. government during the COVID-19 pandemic, spoke on the pandemic, the nation’s response to it, and racial equity.

NEWS | May 27

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Eisgruber defends free speech policy, discusses mental health crisis in annual alumni address

University President Christopher L. Eisgruber ’83 also spoke on fossil fuel divestment, as well as possible future growth of University financial aid policy, in his speech. 

University President Christopher L. Eisgruber ’83 also spoke on fossil fuel divestment, as well as possible future growth of University financial aid policy, in his speech. 

NEWS | May 22

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Eisgruber recommends Joshua Katz’s dismissal after University investigation finds violations of faculty rules: reports

Eisgruber made the recommendation to the University Board of Trustees in a letter dated May 10 based on a November report by Dean of the Faculty Gene Jarrett, according to a copy of his letter reviewed by the Journal.

Eisgruber made the recommendation to the University Board of Trustees in a letter dated May 10 based on a November report by Dean of the Faculty Gene Jarrett, according to a copy of his letter reviewed by the Journal.

NEWS | May 20

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University investigates Princeton Gerrymandering Project's Sam Wang for research misconduct, toxic workplace

The University “knows of no credible allegations of data manipulation” based on its initial review and denied the New Jersey Globe’s claims of a pending Title IX complaint against Princeton Gerrymandering Project Director Sam Wang.

The University “knows of no credible allegations of data manipulation” based on its initial review and denied the New Jersey Globe’s claims of a pending Title IX complaint against Princeton Gerrymandering Project Director Sam Wang.

NEWS | May 15

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20 years in the making: An inside look on Paul Chirik’s novel ammonia synthesis process

In a March issue of Nature Synthesis, chemistry professor Paul Chirik’s lab reported a novel and environmentally sustainable method of creating ammonia, a finding that he said he has been after for his entire research career. 

In a March issue of Nature Synthesis, chemistry professor Paul Chirik’s lab reported a novel and environmentally sustainable method of creating ammonia, a finding that he said he has been after for his entire research career. 

NEWS | May 13

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Alumni free speech group says faculty committee upheld complaint against University related to Joshua Katz

Princetonians for Free Speech claims that according to sources it has been in contact with, an appeal filed by eight Princeton professors last fall has been upheld by the Princeton Committee on Conference and Faculty Appeal, though the official decision is yet to be released. 

Princetonians for Free Speech claims that according to sources it has been in contact with, an appeal filed by eight Princeton professors last fall has been upheld by the Princeton Committee on Conference and Faculty Appeal, though the official decision is yet to be released. 

NEWS | May 11

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Princeton officials talk fall COVID-19 policies, future of tuition, resources for survivors at final spring CPUC meeting

In the last Council of the Princeton University Community (CPUC) meeting of the semester, administrators discussed and fielded questions ranging from the cost of University tuition to the readjustment of COVID-19 protocols. 

In the last Council of the Princeton University Community (CPUC) meeting of the semester, administrators discussed and fielded questions ranging from the cost of University tuition to the readjustment of COVID-19 protocols. 

NEWS | May 6

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Director of newly-established Afghanistan Policy Lab reflects on goals for lab, the broader initiative

Raz characterized the lab as a “unique initiative, and [a] very important initiative, to elevate the policy discussion and conversation about Afghanistan at this extremely important and critical time for the country.” 

Raz characterized the lab as a “unique initiative, and [a] very important initiative, to elevate the policy discussion and conversation about Afghanistan at this extremely important and critical time for the country.” 

NEWS | May 5

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Faculty approves minors program, renames ‘concentrations’ to ‘majors’

The University approved a proposal which would allow students beginning in the Class of 2025 to pursue academic “minors.” The minors program will eventually replace the certificates program. A proposal to change the nomenclature of “concentrations” to “majors” was also approved.

The University approved a proposal which would allow students beginning in the Class of 2025 to pursue academic “minors.” The minors program will eventually replace the certificates program. A proposal to change the nomenclature of “concentrations” to “majors” was also approved.

NEWS | April 27

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Natalia Orlovsky, Frances Mangina named valedictorian, salutatorian

Natalia Orlovsky, a molecular biology concentrator from Chadds Ford, Pa. and Frances Mangina, a philosophy concentrator from Toronto, Ontario, have respectively been named the valedictorian and salutatorian of the Princeton’s Class of 2022. 

Natalia Orlovsky, a molecular biology concentrator from Chadds Ford, Pa. and Frances Mangina, a philosophy concentrator from Toronto, Ontario, have respectively been named the valedictorian and salutatorian of the Princeton’s Class of 2022.

NEWS | April 26

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Four professors, eight Princeton University Press authors win 2022 Guggenheim Fellowship

Eight Princeton University Press (PUP) authors have been recognized for scholarship in their fields of study. The fellowship is awarded on the basis of past research as well as a project that the candidate proposes. 

Eight Princeton University Press (PUP) authors have been recognized for scholarship in their fields of study. The fellowship is awarded on the basis of past research as well as a project that the candidate proposes. 

NEWS | April 26

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University Trustees vote to extend Eisgruber presidency for at least five years

“I am optimistic about Princeton’s future and delighted to be continuing in office for at least five more years,” Eisgruber wrote to the ‘Prince’. “I look forward to what all of us can accomplish together.”

“I am optimistic about Princeton’s future and delighted to be continuing in office for at least five more years,” Eisgruber wrote to the ‘Prince’. “I look forward to what all of us can accomplish together.”  

NEWS | April 19

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Amid Pride Alliance advocacy for housing accommodations, new dorms will include gender-inclusive bathrooms

New dorms in New College East (NCE), New College West (NCW), and Hobson College have been designed to include gender-neutral restroom facilities, according to Deputy University Spokesperson Michael Hotchkiss.

New dorms in New College East (NCE), New College West (NCW), and Hobson College have been designed to include gender-neutral restroom facilities, according to Deputy University Spokesperson Michael Hotchkiss.

NEWS | April 19

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Off-campus group funds Facebook ad falsely claiming recent Caterpillar referendum failed to pass

Israel War Room, an organization with no Princeton affiliation, sponsored a Facebook ad that claimed the recent USG referendum calling on the University to halt its usage of Caterpillar construction machinery had failed to pass. In fact, preliminary results show the referendum passed and the results have yet to be certified.

Israel War Room, an organization with no Princeton affiliation, sponsored a Facebook ad that claimed the recent USG referendum calling on the University to halt its usage of Caterpillar construction machinery had failed to pass. In fact, preliminary results show the referendum passed and the results have yet to be certified.

NEWS | April 18

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Former ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch ’80 discusses her career, the war in Ukraine, at Princeton talk

Former ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch ’80 spoke at an event in Richardson Auditorium on April 12 about her career as a diplomat, her experience testifying in front of Congress, and the ongoing war in Ukraine.

Former ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch ’80 spoke at an event in Richardson Auditorium on April 12 about her career as a diplomat, her experience testifying in front of Congress, and the ongoing war in Ukraine.

NEWS | April 17

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USG officer affirms election bylaws in response to objection on preliminary results of Caterpillar referendum

Myles McKnight ’23 claimed an objection to the preliminary results citing a previous explanation of the bylaws that contradicts the USG Constitution. 

Myles McKnight ’23 claimed an objection to the preliminary results citing a previous explanation of the bylaws that contradicts the USG Constitution. 

NEWS | April 15