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‘Enormous shoes to fill’: Dean Dunne leaving Princeton after over 20 years with ODUS

After 22 years at Princeton, Deputy Dean of Undergraduate Students Thomas Dunne is leaving the University to be Harvard’s next Dean of Students. Students and Administrators remember his work developing core elements of campus life, from Vote100 to Lawnparties.

After 22 years at Princeton, Deputy Dean of Undergraduate Students Thomas Dunne is leaving the University to be Harvard’s next Dean of Students. Students and Administrators remember his work developing core elements of campus life, from Vote100 to Lawnparties.


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Last CPUC meeting of 2022 previews annual DEI report

The Council of the Princeton University Committee (CPUC) met on Monday to discuss updates to campus sustainability, the DEI report, sexual climate, and the Middle States Accreditation. 

The Council of the Princeton University Committee (CPUC) met on Monday to discuss updates to campus sustainability, the DEI report, sexual climate, and the Middle States Accreditation. 


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Daniels ’24 elected USG president, gender-neutral bathroom referendum passes

Stephen Daniels ’24 won the USG election for president alongside running mate Madi Linton ’24, who ran for vice president. The pair received 60.9 and 54 percent of student votes, respectively.

Stephen Daniels ’24 won the USG election for president alongside running mate Madi Linton ’24, who ran for vice president. The pair received 60.9 and 54 percent of student votes, respectively.


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USG hears end-of-term reports, amends Honor Constitution

In the final meeting of the Takeuchi and Kapoor term, the USG approved amendments to the Honor Committee constitution, provided updates on campus security advocacy, and discussed Senate projects. 

In the final meeting of the Takeuchi and Kapoor term, the USG approved amendments to the Honor Committee constitution, provided updates on campus security advocacy, and discussed Senate projects. 


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Candidates for USG President clash over student wellbeing, advocacy tactics in debate

The three candidates for USG president, Stephen Daniels ’24, Isabella Shutt ’24, and Audrey Zhang ’25 took to the debate stage in Whig Hall to discuss the issues facing Princeton students. Voting opens on Monday, Dec. 5 at 12 p.m.

The three candidates for USG president, Stephen Daniels ’24, Isabella Shutt ’24, and Audrey Zhang ’25 took to the debate stage in Whig Hall to discuss the issues facing Princeton students. Voting opens on Monday, Dec. 5 at 12 p.m.


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Students discuss heightened surveillance in feedback session with administrators

Students discussed a University proposal to increase security cameras on campus at a feedback session with public safety administrators held on Nov. 21 over Zoom. Some students expressed support for the measure, citing student safety, while others raised concerns about privacy. 

Students discussed a University proposal to increase security cameras on campus at a feedback session with public safety administrators held on Nov. 21 over Zoom. Some students expressed support for the measure, citing student safety, while others raised concerns about privacy. 


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USG passes resolution on antisemitism, initiates referendum on gender-neutral bathrooms

At a Nov. 16 meeting, which was an extension of the regular weekly USG meetings held on Sundays, the USG passed a resolution to “condemn and combat antisemitism” and voted to add a referendum on the expansion of gender-neutral bathrooms to the upcoming winter election ballot.

At a Nov. 16 meeting, which was an extension of the regular weekly USG meetings held on Sundays, the USG passed a resolution to “condemn and combat antisemitism” and voted to add a referendum on the expansion of gender-neutral bathrooms to the upcoming winter election ballot.


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