Anne Grinder ’23, Samuel Fendler ’21, Michael Wang ’21, Munisa Said ’22, Matthew Weatherhead ’23, Yujin Angolio ’23, and Dylan Shapiro ’23 were reconfirmed for the Honor Committee. Abbie Willhelm ’23, Avner Goldstein ’21, Jennifer Lee ’23, and Daisy Torres ’22 were confirmed for the Committee on Discipline.
“We want this to be a really comprehensive report so that student opinions are really being elevated as these big discussions are happening, of course keeping in mind that, ultimately, decisions rely on public health guidelines,” said USG President Chitra Parikh ’21.
This year saw one the highest turnouts ever for first-year voting, with 62 percent of the Class of 2023 voting for Class President, the single contested election for their class, according to Chief Elections Manager Lehman Montgomery ’22. All other classes had a voter turnout above 50 percent.
It was also announced that the single referendum to “call on Princeton University to limit the widespread printing and distribution of the physical copy of the ‘Rights, Rules, [and] Responsibilities’” passed with 88% of voters and 2,055 votes in support.
According to USG president Chitra Parikh ’21, the three-page letter asks recipient institutions to keep the challenges resulting from the pandemic in mind when evaluating the academic performance of spring 2020 applicants.
“Our work in the Health Department is not even close to being done with this pandemic,” Grosser noted.
The election is for Class Officers and U-Councilors. Voting will begin Monday, April 13 at noon and will now run until Thursday, April 16.
Recently, my mother asked me what I miss most from my incomplete first year as a Princeton student. When remembering began to hurt just a little bit too much, I gave an answer that was true, just not entirely: I missed the California burger from late meal.
Social Chair Sophie Torres ’21 announced that although spring Lawnparties was cancelled, the fall Lawnparties budget will not be doubled. Instead, part of the spring Lawnparties’ allocated budget will be used in the fall, and the rest will potentially be used this semester. Torres also said that the same headliner who was booked for spring will perform in the fall.
A University spokesperson updated The Daily Princetonian that the “sole student” who had tested positive on campus has “met the critical criteria for discontinuation of isolation” and has since left campus.