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Following a rushed special meeting on Sunday, April 28, the Undergraduate Student Government (USG) Senate published a statement around 2 p.m. on Monday, April 29 calling on the University to “publicly reaffirm the right to speak and peaceably assemble” and “commit to suspending neither student groups nor individuals without meaningful due process.”

Following a rushed special meeting on Sunday, April 28, the Undergraduate Student Government (USG) Senate published a statement around 2 p.m. on Monday, April 29 calling on the University to “publicly reaffirm the right to speak and peaceably assemble” and “commit to suspending neither student groups nor individuals without meaningful due process.”


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USG updates budget, initiative for improved event accessibility

The USG heard a budget update, addressing fund allocations for travel, wellness programming, and local arts experiences. The Senate also heard a presentation about AccessAbility initiatives to improve event accessibility for disabled students. New student groups approved by the Student Groups Recognition Committee were automatically passed in a vote with no motions to overturn.

The USG heard a budget update, addressing fund allocations for travel, wellness programming, and local arts experiences. The Senate also heard a presentation about AccessAbility initiatives to improve event accessibility for disabled students. New student groups approved by the Student Groups Recognition Committee were automatically passed in a vote with no motions to overturn.

NEWS | April 8

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USG discusses collaboration with MSA; approves budget increases for trips, events

USG approved budget increases for Porchfest and upcoming trips to Six Flags and a book fair in New York City. The Senate also heard presentations on the University’s recently-released DEI report and on collaboration efforts with the Muslim Student Association.

USG approved budget increases for Porchfest and upcoming trips to Six Flags and a book fair in New York City. The Senate also heard presentations on the University’s recently-released DEI report and on collaboration efforts with the Muslim Student Association.

NEWS | April 1

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USG hears presentation on recent transit pilot at mid-semester meeting

USG debriefed the transit pilot to Princeton Junction over spring break and discussed objectives for increasing turnout at the 2024 USG elections in their fifth meeting of the semester.

USG debriefed the transit pilot to Princeton Junction over spring break and discussed objectives for increasing turnout at the 2024 USG elections in their fifth meeting of the semester.

NEWS | March 19

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USG allocates funding and approves upcoming Midterms Celebration Trip

At their third meeting of the spring semester on Sunday, Feb. 25, USG allocated funding to various student groups and approved a midterms celebration trip to New York City proposed by Campus and Community Affairs Chair Genevieve Shutt ’26.

At their third meeting of the spring semester on Sunday, Feb. 25, USG allocated funding to various student groups and approved a midterms celebration trip to New York City proposed by Campus and Community Affairs Chair Genevieve Shutt ’26.

NEWS | February 26

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USG unanimously approves increased budget, touts success of basketball social

The second Undergraduate Student Government (USG) meeting of the spring semester took place on Sunday, Feb. 18. The meeting addressed the budget and an overview of constitutional procedures.

The second Undergraduate Student Government (USG) meeting of the spring semester took place on Sunday, Feb. 18. The meeting addressed the budget and an overview of constitutional procedures.

NEWS | February 19

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USG approves fall budget in first meeting of Attar’s term

At the first USG meeting of the semester, USG President Avi Attar ’25 discussed his Presidents Report, Uma Fox ’26 detailed the semester budget, and new committee members voted on funding for the first time of their terms.

At the first USG meeting of the semester, USG President Avi Attar ’25 discussed his Presidents Report, Uma Fox ’26 detailed the semester budget, and new committee members voted on funding for the first time of their terms.

NEWS | February 13

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Class of 2025 Senate race has sharp divides on interaction with the administration

The ‘Prince’ sat down for interviews with the candidates actively running for the 2025 senator position, and asked them about their plans for the position, views on the role of USG on campus, and motivations for running.

The ‘Prince’ sat down for interviews with the candidates actively running for the 2025 senator position, and asked them about their plans for the position, views on the role of USG on campus, and motivations for running.

NEWS | December 4

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Daniels lauds achievements as interest surges for unstructured trip to New York

In a Sunday meeting, USG discussed a planned trip to NYC which received so many signups that its interest form crashed. This marked the final meeting of the USG Senate under President Stephen Daniels, with elections set to take place in the upcoming week.

In a Sunday meeting, USG discussed a planned trip to NYC which received so many signups that its interest form crashed. This marked the final meeting of the USG Senate under President Stephen Daniels, with elections set to take place in the upcoming week.

NEWS | December 4

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The contested races in the USG election, explained

Undergraduate Student Government (USG) races this winter are unusually crowded following a last-minute appeal from the current administration for more candidates. The Daily Princetonian sat down with candidates in key races to discuss their platforms.

Undergraduate Student Government (USG) races this winter are unusually crowded following a last-minute appeal from the current administration for more candidates. The Daily Princetonian sat down with candidates in key races to discuss their platforms.

NEWS | November 30