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USG to test off-campus dining initiative for student meal plans

On Oct. 29, the USG introduced a new program — the USG Community Dining Task Force — to explore the possibility to incorporating off-campus dining options in the meal plan. 

On Oct. 29, the USG introduced a new program — the USG Community Dining Task Force — to explore the possibility to incorporating off-campus dining options in the meal plan. 

NEWS | November 3

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USG discusses Dean’s Date programming budget and task force updates

In a unanimous vote, USG re-allocated $25,000 of Tigers in Town funding to support an Off-Campus Dining Trial pilot program, in which 150 students will be provided a free weekly lunch, dinner, and snack off campus for four weeks.

In a unanimous vote, USG re-allocated $25,000 of Tigers in Town funding to support an Off-Campus Dining Trial pilot program, in which 150 students will be provided a free weekly lunch, dinner, and snack off campus for four weeks.

NEWS | November 1

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USG announces 2025 Class Council results

Five new Undergraduate Student Government (USG) Class Councilors have been elected for the class of 2025: Kimberly Cross ’25, Gil Joseph ’25, Diya Kraybill ’25, Stephen Padlo ’25, and Ben Wachspress ’25. Results were announced via email on Oct. 8.

Five new Undergraduate Student Government (USG) Class Councilors have been elected for the class of 2025: Kimberly Cross ’25, Gil Joseph ’25, Diya Kraybill ’25, Stephen Padlo ’25, and Ben Wachspress ’25. Results were announced via email on Oct. 8.

NEWS | October 10

Princeton Lawnparties 2021

‘A perfect storm’: Unruly crowds disrupt A$AP Ferg’s Lawnparties performance, with alleged student injury

“You’re going to hurt someone,” a member of the security team said. “This is going to be a dangerous situation.”

“You’re going to hurt someone,” a member of the security team said. “This is going to be a dangerous situation.”

NEWS | October 3

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USG removes LANY as Lawnparties headliner amid allegations of inappropriate conduct

USG’s decision comes after many students expressed concern with the announcement of the headliner after allegations of predatory behavior, manipulation, and emotional abuse came to light about lead singer Paul Klein.

USG’s decision comes after many students expressed concern with the announcement of the headliner after allegations of predatory behavior, manipulation, and emotional abuse came to light about lead singer Paul Klein.

NEWS | September 28

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USG appoints committee members, reports on referendum progress

The Undergraduate Student Government (USG) Senate met on Sunday evening to approve the appointment of new committee members, discuss Lawnparties, and report on the progress of spring referenda.

The Undergraduate Student Government (USG) Senate met on Sunday evening to approve the appointment of new committee members, discuss Lawnparties, and report on the progress of spring referenda.

NEWS | September 27

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USG to spend 160K on lawnparties, budget tripled for semester

The total budget for the fall is approximately $600,000, an increase from the typical $200,000. Significant spending areas included Tigers in Town, Lawnparties, and a renovation to the USG office located in Frist Campus Center, with budget allocations of $150,000, $160,000, and $120,000 respectively.  

The total budget for the fall is approximately $600,000, an increase from the typical $200,000. Significant spending areas included Tigers in Town, Lawnparties, and a renovation to the USG office located in Frist Campus Center, with budget allocations of $150,000, $160,000, and $120,000 respectively.   

NEWS | 09/06/2021

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Your questions, answered: Administrators discuss fall COVID-19 plans

On Monday, University administrators answered student questions about the logistics of the Fall 2021 term in a Town Hall organized by Undergraduate Student Government (USG).

On Monday, University administrators answered student questions about the logistics of the Fall 2021 term in a Town Hall organized by Undergraduate Student Government (USG).

NEWS | 08/10/2021

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USG committee chairs reflect on semester’s progress

USG Senate members heard from the chairs of the Student Life, Sustainability, Academics, Campus and Community Affairs, and Social Committees on their work from the past semester and their plans for the fall. 

USG Senate members heard from the chairs of the Student Life, Sustainability, Academics, Campus and Community Affairs, and Social Committees on their work from the past semester and their plans for the fall. 

NEWS | 04/26/2021

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Proposal for ASL sequence approved by Committee on the Course of Study

The Faculty Committee on the Course of Study has unanimously approved a proposal for an American Sign Language (ASL) Sequence that will fulfill the University’s language requirement. 

The Faculty Committee on the Course of Study has unanimously approved a proposal for an American Sign Language (ASL) Sequence that will fulfill the University’s language requirement. 

NEWS | 04/19/2021

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Voting begins for five contested class government races

This year’s contested races are for Secretary of the Class of 2023 and for President, Vice President, Treasurer, and Social Chair of the Class of 2024. Voting began at noon on Monday, April 19, and will end at noon on Thursday, April 22.

This year’s contested races are for Secretary of the Class of 2023 and for President, Vice President, Treasurer, and Social Chair of the Class of 2024. Voting began at noon on Monday, April 19, and will end at noon on Thursday, April 22. 

NEWS | 04/19/2021

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USG approves five new clubs, discusses mental health initiative

At Sunday’s meeting, Undergraduate Student Government (USG) approved five new clubs through the Student Groups Recognition Committee and discussed the designation of this week as Mental Health Week.

At Sunday’s meeting, Undergraduate Student Government (USG) approved five new clubs through the Student Groups Recognition Committee and discussed the designation of this week as Mental Health Week.

NEWS | 04/12/2021

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Administrators detail plans for anticipated return to normalcy in the fall

Contingent upon public health and safety guidelines, University administrators expect campus to return to a sense of normalcy next fall. In a town hall hosted by the Undergraduate Student Government on April 6, 16 University administrators answered questions about all aspects of campus life regarding this spring, summer, and fall. Administrators expressed hope that residential life, dining, eating clubs, breaks, grading, financial aid, and athletics will return to pre-pandemic norms in the fall.

Contingent upon public health and safety guidelines, University administrators expect campus to return to a sense of normalcy next fall.

NEWS | 04/07/2021

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USG talks spring programming and sustainability survey results

The Undergraduate Student Government (USG) Social Committee and Sustainability Committee presented the results of surveys. USG also allocated funding to BodyHype Dance Company and Vote100.

The Undergraduate Student Government (USG) Social Committee and Sustainability Committee presented the results of surveys. USG also allocated funding to BodyHype Dance Company and Vote100.

NEWS | 04/05/2021

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No Lawnparties this semester; USG to focus on small-group programming

Last semester, USG received backlash from students for spending $80,000 on a virtual Jason Derulo performance. This semester, after surveying students about social programming, USG determined that the student body would not be interested in a similar event. 

In the USG-sponsored survey, “small group activities” were ranked as the highest priority engagement type, on average, indicating the desire of the student body to participate in socially distant events on or around campus.

NEWS | 03/31/2021