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Palmer Stadium, where the University’s football team plays.
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All seniors and degree recipients invited to 2021 Commencement Exercises

According to an April 9 update to the Commencement website, all seniors and degree recipients will be invited back to campus for 2021 Commencement Exercises. Each graduate is allowed two guests.

According to an April 9 update to the Commencement website, all seniors and degree recipients will be invited back to campus for 2021 Commencement Exercises. Each graduate is allowed two guests.


A sticker handed out after a COVID-19 vaccination at CVS
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NJ vaccine eligibility will expand to individuals 16+ on April 19

The University has been prepared to be a vaccine distribution site and host on-campus clinics for community members since early January. However, it is still unclear if or when the institution will receive a vaccine supply to distribute to members of the University community. 

The University has been prepared to be a vaccine distribution site and host on-campus clinics for community members since early January. However, it is still unclear if or when the institution will receive a vaccine supply to distribute to members of the University community. 


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NJ to expand vaccine eligibility on April 5

As of April 5, the state of New Jersey will be expanding COVID-19 vaccination eligibility to all educators and support staff at colleges and universities, including Princeton researchers, graduate students, and undergraduates who work on campus. 

As of April 5, the state of New Jersey will be expanding COVID-19 vaccination eligibility to all educators and support staff at colleges and universities, including Princeton researchers, graduate students, and undergraduates who work on campus. 


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‘We are not your model minority’: Stop Asian Hate rally and vigil takes to Hinds Plaza

“To be quite frank with you, it is terrifying to just be an Asian American woman right now,” said Jennifer Lee ’23. “To those that uphold this system of oppression, may we remind you your silence is deafening.”

“To be quite frank with you, it is terrifying to just be an Asian American woman right now,” said Jennifer Lee ’23. “To those that uphold this system of oppression, may we remind you your silence is deafening.”


An aerial view of the Hawaiian island of Oahu, including the Waikīkī skyline.
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Princeton-sponsored travel to remain largely suspended this summer

University-sponsored travel will remain suspended through the summer, according to newly-revised guidance announced today. However, the list of exceptions to the ban on travel will expand slightly when the new policies take effect on May 24.

University-sponsored travel will remain suspended through the summer, according to newly-revised guidance announced today. However, the list of exceptions to the ban on travel will expand slightly when the new policies take effect on May 24.


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Princeton announces summer thesis research to occur on campus, continuous housing available for select students

The memo stated that the Continuous Housing program will be available to students who will be enrolled next fall and “face significant financial hardship and/or other serious extenuating circumstances that make it impossible to secure alternative housing during the summer months.”

The memo stated that the Continuous Housing program will be available to students who will be enrolled next fall and “face significant financial hardship and/or other serious extenuating circumstances that make it impossible to secure alternative housing during the summer months.”


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Eddie Glaude wins 2021 Stowe Prize for ‘Begin Again’

Glaude said his inspiration for writing the book is deeply intertwined with activism and social justice causes. “I think it was the moment, the political moment, trying to come to terms with my own despair, my own disillusion that at least a portion of the country had voted for Donald Trump and I was like ‘here we go again.’”

Glaude said his inspiration for writing the book is deeply intertwined with activism and social justice causes. “I think it was the moment, the political moment, trying to come to terms with my own despair, my own disillusion that at least a portion of the country had voted for Donald Trump and I was like ‘here we go again.’”


From left: Biao Lian, Leslie Schoop, Christopher Neilson, Yakov Shlapentokh-Rothman, Mark Zhandry
Photos courtesy of Biao Lian; by C. Todd Reichart, Department of Chemistry; by Sameer A. Khan/Fotobuddy; by Mark Czajkowski; by David Kelly Crow

Five Princeton faculty members named Sloan Research Fellows

Professors Biao Lian, Leslie Schoop, Christopher Neilson, Yakov Shlapentokh-Rothman, and Mark Zhandry were named as recipients of the fellowship, which is granted to 128 scientific researchers each year for a $75,000 grant.

Professors Biao Lian, Leslie Schoop, Christopher Neilson, Yakov Shlapentokh-Rothman, and Mark Zhandry were named as recipients of the fellowship, which is granted to 128 scientific researchers each year for a $75,000 grant.


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Princeton CVS begins administration of COVID-19 vaccines

In addition to this new service, CVS has been providing flu shots upon presentation of insurance information, free COVID-19 testing, and continues to serve as a pharmacy for those in the community. 

In addition to this new service, CVS has been providing flu shots upon presentation of insurance information, free COVID-19 testing, and continues to serve as a pharmacy for those in the community.


A protest outside FitzRandolph Gate on Saturday, Feb. 13 called for Princeton University to share its COVID-19 testing resources with residents of the town of Princeton and nearby communities. 
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Protestors demand expansion of Princeton COVID-19 community resources

Protestors demanded that the University expand free testing, contact tracing, and quarantine housing to all Princeton residents and that when vaccines become available, the University distribute them to county residents.

Protestors demanded that the University expand free testing, contact tracing, and quarantine housing to all Princeton residents and that when vaccines become available, the University distribute them to county residents.


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