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Reactions: USG considers eliminating referenda

“If the USG wishes to fulfill its purported preamble dedication to ‘the proposition that students must be included in the making of decisions that affect them,’ they should leave referenda as they are.”

“If the USG wishes to fulfill its purported preamble dedication to ‘the proposition that students must be included in the making of decisions that affect them,’ they should leave referenda as they are.”


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The kids are, in fact, alright

“Katz claims that the excellence he once saw at Princeton is gone. But it’s hard to believe that the school he’s describing is the one I go to.”

“Katz claims that the excellence he once saw at Princeton is gone.  But it’s hard to believe that the school he’s describing is the one I go to.”


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Reactions: Princeton admits Class of 2026, won’t tell us acceptance rate

On Thursday, prospective members of Princeton’s Great Class of 2026 received their admissions decision. Nevertheless, the University has declined to release any statistics about accepted students. We asked columnists for their opinions on this unusual decision.

On Thursday, prospective members of Princeton’s Great Class of 2026 received their admissions decision. Nevertheless, the University has declined to release any statistics about accepted students. We asked columnists for their opinions on this unusual decision.


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Reactions: Princeton to ditch the mask mandate and asymptomatic testing

For the Reactions series, columnists opine on the recent loosening of the University’s COVID-19 protocol — some lauding the changes and others nervous about the risks of COVID-19 spread with fewer mitigation measures.

For the Reactions series, columnists opine on the recent loosening of the University’s COVID-19 protocol — some lauding the changes and others nervous about the risks of COVID-19 spread with fewer mitigation measures.


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Why won’t anyone teach me math?

“We are often told of B.S.E or STEM students exploring the humanities to their heart's content, but I feel that we rarely hear of students in the humanities being encouraged to take scientific classes.”

“We are often told of B.S.E or STEM students exploring the humanities to their heart's content, but I feel that we rarely hear of students in the humanities being encouraged to take scientific classes.”


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Reactions: The Honor Committee gauntlet

The ‘Prince’ recently released a detailed article tracing eight students who faced accusations of violating the Honor Code. We asked ‘Prince’ columnists and community members for their Reactions to these new revelations about the Honor Committee.

The ‘Prince’ recently released a detailed article tracing eight students who faced accusations of violating the Honor Code. We asked ‘Prince’ columnists and community members for their Reactions to these new revelations about the Honor Committee.


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Statues play a role in preserving our collective memory

“Both around our campus and the nation, we must stop selectively honoring people for certain goods and ignoring the bad and instead remember them for everything they did — who they helped and who they hurt.”

“Both around our campus and the nation, we must stop selectively honoring people for certain goods and ignoring the bad and instead remember them for everything they did — who they helped and who they hurt.”


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Reactions: Princeton’s endowment grows by nearly 50 percent

For the Reactions series, columnists opine on the recent news regarding the endowment’s almost 50 percent growth, with responses ranging from the necessity for fossil fuel divestment to whether Princeton should abolish tuition. 

For the Reactions series, columnists opine on the recent news regarding the endowment’s almost 50% growth, with responses ranging from the necessity for fossil fuel divestment to whether Princeton should abolish tuition. 


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