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U. administrators donations heavily favor Kim over Menendez, Murphy in upcoming primary

The Daily Princetonian reviewed public filings to understand which political candidates and causes high-profile Princeton figures have contributed to during their time at the University.

The Daily Princetonian reviewed public filings to understand which political candidates and causes high-profile Princeton figures have contributed to during their time at the University.


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Labyrinth union holds demonstration as disagreements with management persist

About 20 people, including store employees and Princeton students, participated in a Feb. 13 demonstration inside Labyrinth Books. Newly-unionized employees presented complaints against the store’s management as the two parties prepare to begin collective bargaining towards a new contract.

About 20 people, including store employees and Princeton students, participated in a Feb. 13 demonstration inside Labyrinth Books. Newly-unionized employees presented complaints against the store’s management as the two parties prepare to begin collective bargaining towards a new contract.


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Medical examiner releases cause of death for Sophia Jones ’27

Content Warning: The following article includes mention of student death and suicide. University Counseling services are available at 609-258-3141, and the Suicide Prevention Lifeline is available 24/7 at 988 or +1 (800) 273-TALK (8255).

Content Warning: The following article includes mention of student death and suicide. University Counseling services are available at 609-258-3141, and the Suicide Prevention Lifeline is available 24/7 at 988 or +1 (800) 273-TALK (8255).


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Third annual DEI report rebuts national anti-DEI sentiment, shows new and bolstered programs

The University published its third annual DEI report in late January. The report — broken into (1) climate, inclusion and equity, (2) academic experience, (3) access and outreach, and (4) demographic and climate data — shows minimal changes in student body makeup and a plethora of new programs focused on creating more courses that highlight historically-neglected voices and bolstering support for first generation and low income students.

The University published its third annual DEI report in late January. The report — broken into (1) climate, inclusion and equity, (2) academic experience, (3) access and outreach, and (4) demographic and climate data — shows minimal changes in student body makeup and a plethora of new programs focused on creating more courses that highlight historically-neglected voices and bolstering support for first generation and low income students.


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Student employment sees no decline after eliminated student contribution, wages to increase in January

In the first semester since the University eliminated the student contribution from financial aid packages, data show that the percentage of students working campus jobs is at least as high as it was last Fall.

In the first semester since the University eliminated the student contribution from financial aid packages, data show that the percentage of students working campus jobs is at least as high as it was last Fall.


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Eisgruber issues statement about recent violence in Israel and Palestine

University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 released a statement today to the Princeton community in response to the Israel-Palestine conflict.

University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 released a statement today to the Princeton community in response to the Israel-Palestine conflict.


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The students in the committee room where it happens

The Daily Princetonian analyzed the leadership and impact of three significant campus committees — the Honor Committee, the President’s Advisory Committee on Architecture, and the Committee on Naming.

The Daily Princetonian analyzed the leadership and impact of three significant campus committees — the Honor Committee, the President’s Advisory Committee on Architecture, and the Committee on Naming.


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USG names campus pub trial run as a ‘main focus’

USG President Stephen Daniels ’24 proposed the revival of the pub, which was once located in the basement of Chancellor Green, during his run for the presidency. McNally told the Senate that her committee would aim to set a date for a campus pub trial run in the next few weeks, with the pilot likely to occur sometime after fall break.

USG President Stephen Daniels ’24 proposed the revival of the pub, which was once located in the basement of Chancellor Green, during his run for the presidency. McNally told the Senate that her committee would aim to set a date for a campus pub trial run in the next few weeks, with the pilot likely to occur sometime after fall break.


Students dance to headliner Loud Luxury at Lawnparties on the Frist North Lawn.

Lack of lightning lets Loud Luxury liven up Lawnparties

Thunderstorms began in the morning, but the precipitation halted in the early afternoon, leaving enough time for a relatively rain-free day of festivities, including photos at the fountain in front of Robertson Hall, parties on Prospect Avenue, and a headlining performance by EDM duo Loud Luxury.

Thunderstorms began in the morning, but the precipitation halted in the early afternoon, leaving enough time for a relatively rain-free day of festivities, including photos at the fountain in front of Robertson Hall, parties on Prospect Avenue, and a headlining performance by EDM duo Loud Luxury.


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