Assistant Dean of the College James Alexander Dun said that evaluation and planning for a shift to a new learning management system would continue over the next year and that there would be a gradual transition to the selected platform in 2021 and 2022.
Princeton Art Museum Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art Mitra Abbaspour presented on Byron Kim’s 2019 Princeton Community Project. Korean-American artist Byron Kim’s ongoing portraiture work entitled “Synecdoche” incorporates paintings of the skin tone of the arms of hundreds of subjects.
On a final note, we want to reiterate how thankful we are for the continual student engagement on this issue. Because of the clear and resounding message the student body sent to the campus leadership, students have been able to drive a profound and positive transformation in the way that our Honor System operates.
Fifteen people, including Undergraduate Student Government officers, showed up to the Presidential Candidate Debate on Nov. 29. With elections taking place early next week, three presidential candidates presented their platforms and discussed topics such as mental health, Career Services, and national politics.
The Undergraduate Student Government discussed upcoming plans for a “restaurant week all year,” diversity on the Honor Committee, and confirmed new members, along with other issues in its weekly meeting Oct. 22.
“The question of the day was who was pepper-spraying who?” he said. McElwee interviewed several counter protesters who were pepper-sprayed, implying that pepper spray had been used by the white nationalist protesters, but he stressed that he couldn’t be certain.
"You know when you interview 17 white kids and when you don't, to be entirely frank," she explained. "I suppose if you want to return to this discussion of asking students to self-identify so that we can have hard and fast statistics about the diversity of these pools, then we can reopen that conversation. But I think anyone who was in the room this time who’s been in the room during past application cycles can just see that the room is more diverse than it otherwise is,” said Liziewski.
This week’s meeting of the Undergraduate Student Government featured debate on a wide range of amendments, as USG worked to wrap up new business for the spring. USG President Myesha Jemison ’18 opened with her report to the committee, which detailed upcoming meetings with administrators and student groups, as well as the interview process for the Honor Committee, which will commence tonight. U-Councilor Pooja Patel ’18 presented the upcoming “Get Yourself Tested” initiative, a partnership between USG and Princeton Students for Reproductive Justice.
“Senior year is a phenomenal time, and senior year is what people are going to remember for the rest of their lives," McGhee said. "There are so many milestones that occur during your senior year, and I think it’s very important to have a very cohesive, very strong, and very friendly class government that is planning events throughout the entire year."