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Q&A: CDC Director Rochelle Walensky on what comes next for American public health

The ‘Prince’ sat down with Dr. Walensky to gain her insights on the future of American public health, shortcomings of the current system, and what changes might result from the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The ‘Prince’ sat down with Dr. Walensky to gain her insights on the future of American public health, shortcomings of the current system, and what changes might result from the COVID-19 pandemic. 


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CDC Director Rochelle Walensky addresses Class of 2022 with University President Emeritus Shirley Tilghman

CDC Director Rochelle Walensky reflects on the CDC’s response to COVID-19 and the presentation of scientific information to the public. 

CDC Director Rochelle Walensky reflects on the CDC’s response to COVID-19 and the presentation of scientific information to the public. 


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Cases among faculty, staff, undergraduates rise ahead of students’ return to campus

According to the University’s COVID-19 Dashboard, faculty and staff cases have tripled and cases among undergraduate students have more than doubled in the past week.

According to the University’s COVID-19 Dashboard, faculty and staff cases have tripled and cases among undergraduate students have more than doubled in the past week.


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Princeton postpones arrival date for Spring 2022, prohibits travel outside Mercer County and Plainsboro

Arrival to campus will be staggered between Jan. 14 and Jan. 23. From Jan. 8 to mid-February, students will be prohibited from traveling outside Mercer County and Plainsboro Township, unless under “extraordinary circumstances.” Wintersession 2022 will proceed with modifications.

Arrival to campus will be staggered between Jan. 14 and Jan. 23. From Jan. 8 to mid-February, students will be prohibited from traveling outside Mercer County and Plainsboro Township, unless under “extraordinary circumstances.” Wintersession 2022 will proceed with modifications.


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Humor, vision, and drive: The road to a Nobel Prize, observed from the sidelines

“The week of Oct. 4, 2021 saw two Princeton University professors awarded Nobel prizes in Physics and Chemistry, and one alum the Nobel Peace Prize. Syukuro Manabe, David MacMillan, and Maria Ressa ’86 became household names within a week — but to some, they were known and revered long before the international accolades. The Daily Princetonian spoke with people close to the award winners — colleagues, students, and former classmates — to learn more about the people behind the achievements.”

“The week of Oct. 4, 2021 saw two Princeton University professors awarded Nobel prizes in Physics and Chemistry, and one alum the Nobel Peace Prize. Syukuro Manabe, David MacMillan, and Maria Ressa ’86 became household names within a week — but to some, they were known and revered long before the international accolades. The Daily Princetonian spoke with people close to the award winners — colleagues, students, and former classmates — to learn more about the people behind the achievements.”


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Princeton to lift international travel restrictions for winter break

From Dec 6 to Jan 24, all restrictions on personal international travel will be lifted for undergraduate students. Further guidance on spring semester travel will be issued in late November and summer travel guidance will be issued in early March.

From Dec 6 to Jan 24, all restrictions on personal international travel will be lifted for undergraduate students. Further guidance on spring semester travel will be issued in late November and summer travel guidance will be issued in early March.


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Only human: Reflections from a pre-med in a pandemic

“When I tell people that I want to be a doctor, most of the responses I get focus on the clinical and scientific aspects of the job. I’m keenly aware of the fact that I’m viewed as one of those pillars of science and logic — someone who is simply providing the next diagnosis, seeing the next patient, filling out the next chart. But as I’ve learned from this pandemic, it is the resilience, dedication, and paramount concern for the greater good that keeps that pillar standing strong.” 

“When I tell people that I want to be a doctor, most of the responses I get focus on the clinical and scientific aspects of the job. I’m keenly aware of the fact that I’m viewed as one of those pillars of science and logic — someone who is simply providing the next diagnosis, seeing the next patient, filling out the next chart. But as I’ve learned from this pandemic, it is the resilience, dedication, and paramount concern for the greater good that keeps that pillar standing strong.” 


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Princeton clinic begins booster shot administration

“It’s important for students who might qualify under the current conditions for the booster to consult with their doctors. But if someone decides to get the booster, I think the University clinic is a great place to get it,” Naomi Hess ’22 said.

“It’s important for students who might qualify under the current conditions for the booster to consult with their doctors. But if someone decides to get the booster, I think the University clinic is a great place to get it,” Naomi Hess ’22 said.


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