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Robertson Hall, home of the School of Public and International Affairs.
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U. professor to join Facebook and Instagram study on U.S. 2020 presidential election

Andrew Guess, assistant professor of politics and public affairs, is one of 17 researchers working on a study initiated by Facebook and Instagram to analyze political attitudes and behaviors across hundreds of thousands of users.

Andrew Guess, assistant professor of politics and public affairs, is one of 17 researchers across the country working on a study that analyzes the political attitudes and behaviors of hundreds of thousands of social media users.


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In second week of asymptomatic testing, first student tests positive for COVID-19 since March 31

From Aug. 31 to Sept. 6, none of the 267 tests administered to undergraduates and 1,918 administered to faculty and staff came back positive, according to statistics released by the University. One out of 1,922 tests administered to asymptomatic graduate students returned a positive result.

From Aug. 31 to Sept. 6, none of the 267 tests administered to undergraduates and 1,918 administered to faculty and staff came back positive. One out of 1,922 tests administered to asymptomatic graduate students returned a positive result.


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Fewer than 300 undergraduates return to campus for ROTC training, thesis research, secure housing

Two hundred students have housing precarity, 16 are Army ROTC participants, and 37 of 60 seniors approved for thesis research chose to live on campus. All on-campus students were required to complete online training, a COVID-19 risk assessment, and sign a social contract. 

All on-campus students were required to complete online training, a COVID-19 risk assessment, and sign a social contract.  


In May 2019, SPEAR led a walk-out protest.
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SPEAR calls for divestment from Prison Industrial Complex, transparency from PRINCO

Over 550 students and alumni are calling on the University to “immediately and unequivocally” divest from the prison system and publicly disclose endowment holdings.  

Over 550 students and alumni are calling on the University to “immediately and unequivocally” divest from the prison system and publicly disclose endowment holdings.  


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Two Princeton teams, one mission: the fight to create fairer election outcomes

As data collection for this year’s census draws to a close, focus is shifting towards the use of that data in determining electoral representation. Two Princeton-based groups, the Princeton Gerrymandering Project and Representable, are working to stop the threat of partisan redistricting, a practice commonly known as gerrymandering.


Chris Eisgruber '83, Maria De La Cruz Perales Sanchez '18, and Brad Smith '81 speak to reporters outside of the U.S. Supreme Court.
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U. ‘considering next steps’ as Trump administration defies court order, rejects DACA applications

The Trump administration is rejecting new applications for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, defying a federal court order. When asked if the University, which filed one of the first suits challenging DACA’s termination in 2017, plans to take action, a spokesperson said they are “evaluating the government’s latest action and considering next steps.”


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Frist and Firestone to open, anonymous reporting for social distancing violations, gatherings of no more than five. Here's what you missed.

Students not invited back on campus, including athletes, cannot access campus buildings or attend practices, and social distancing violations can be reported anonymously, according to VP Calhoun.


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