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Alex Norbrook


Five people, seated at a long table, raise their hands in a vote.

For the record, video cameras at CPUC meetings must not go

“The right to video record is essential as a tool of accountability. Video allows journalists, activists, and spectators to capture a moment beyond what is said — it can record how someone speaks, or how someone reacts to speech.”

“The right to video record is essential as a tool of accountability. Video allows journalists, activists, and spectators to capture a moment beyond what is said — it can record how someone speaks, or how someone reacts to speech.”


In the background on the right, a building composed of brown bricks covered with green ivy has a large black door in front. On the right lower third foreground, many protestors gather in front of a man speaking. In the top right, lightly leafed trees sit below a bright sun and pale blue sky.

Princeton needs to be a climate justice leader — emphasis on the ‘climate,’ emphasis on the ‘justice’

“Princeton must not only withdraw its support from injustices, but also positively re-invest in sustainable and community-informed initiatives.”

“Princeton must not only withdraw its support from injustices, but also positively re-invest in sustainable and community-informed initiatives.”


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Princeton, follow your own dissociation rules

“Re-association with destructive companies like TotalEnergies reveals the weakness of the Board’s narrowed dissociation policy, which ignores how those companies may abuse their relationship with Princeton to greenwash their image.”

“Re-association with destructive companies like TotalEnergies reveals the weakness of the Board’s narrowed dissociation policy, which ignores how those companies may abuse their relationship with Princeton to greenwash their image.”


A white Ford Transit Connect with a "Princeton University Facilities" sticker on the side sits parked behind Baker Rink. It is night and there is dim lighting.

In Princeton’s energy transition, our fleet of vehicles needs attention

“A centralized approach to monitoring vehicles would allow the University to more accurately discern when a new vehicle is truly needed.”

"A centralized approach to monitoring vehicles would allow the University to more accurately discern when a new vehicle is truly needed, reducing the need to procure unnecessary vehicles."


The view of a crosswalk between Prospect street, with the Eating Clubs Cannon, Quad, Ivy, and Cottage in view but partially obstructed by mostly bare trees.

Reactions: What does the future of the eating clubs look like?

In the face of Cloister Inn’s financial troubles and potential to close, columnists and guest contributors shared their thoughts on the future of Prospect Avenue and the eating clubs.

In the face of Cloister Inn’s financial troubles and potential to close, columnists and guest contributors shared their thoughts on the future of Prospect Avenue and the eating clubs.


People walking and protesting with signs on a city street, with buildings in the background.

Harnessing collective power to strengthen resolve: the purpose of marching

"Because the march so visibly demonstrated the sheer scale of people who are equally determined to work towards a safer future, the whole experience made clear that none of us are alone in wanting to do something about climate change, and that the fight isn’t over yet."

"Because the march so visibly demonstrated the sheer scale of people who are equally determined to work towards a safer future, the whole experience made clear that none of us are alone in wanting to do something about climate change, and that the fight isn’t over yet."


The American flag on Nassau Hall flies in front of an orange sky with a very red sun.

Worker safety under an orange sky

We have a new, unpredictable climate, which requires us to act. While we work to slash carbon emissions, we must also protect our campus communities from the heating that has already occurred — especially the people who make the University run but who we so often overlook. Stronger environmental safety measures represent a first step in that direction.

We have a new, unpredictable climate, which requires us to act. While we work to slash carbon emissions, we must also protect our campus communities from the heating that has already occurred – especially the people who make the University run, but who we so often overlook. Stronger environmental safety measures represent a strong first step in that direction.


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