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Ariel Chen

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Students raise concerns about individual information made publicly available through room draw

The University Housing documents listing draw times, which include student PUID number and class year, are not protected by the University’s Central Authentication System (CAS) and can be accessed by anyone who has the links to the documents. The students whose information can be accessed in this way includes those who have opted to be removed from the University’s public directory.

20 years of female leadership on Prospect Avenue

Some of the first female eating club presidents were elected in 2000, and this year, nine of the 11 presidents are female. Students on campus are taking note and are thrilled to see strong leaders working hard to promote the eating clubs at the University. Former and current club presidents feel that female leadership is a self-reinforcing cycle and will strengthen opportunities for women across all of campus.

Panel comments on Lewis Center architecture, functionality

On Thursday, the University Art Museum hosted a discussion panel on the design and functionality of the new Lewis Arts Complex, part of the new Arts and Transit neighborhood on the southern edge of campus. The panel discussed the architectural conceptions of form and function that Lewis Center for the Arts designer Steven Holl used, as well as the ways in which the Lewis Center interacts with its users and the existing Princeton campus.

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