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.
“We live in a small, interconnected town,” Lempert wrote. “The University and larger community are tied together in multiple ways. So when we put social distancing protocols in place, it makes it more challenging to meet and interact with each other and the general energy level in the town feels quieter.”
Classes will move online for the rest of the semester. Students who do not meet specific criteria will lose prox access by March 19.
At this week’s meeting, the USG discussed the Ideas Incubator, heard budget updates, and confirmed five new members to the Movies Committee.
The guidebook is organized into seven parts: Counseling and Psychological Services, Off-Campus Care, Mental Health and Academics, Leaves of Absence, Helping Friends, Alternative Resources, and Advice from Students.
The Senate suggested new features and improvements they would like to see at the gym, including better ventilation and lighting throughout the building, larger spaces for rock climbing, revamped squash courts, more prox-accessible entryways, and bigger rooms for fitness classes, yoga, and strength and conditioning exercises.
ACLU’s Anthony Romero ’87 wins Woodrow Wilson Award, says prize's namesake would be ‘spinning in his grave’
“There’s a good chance that Woodrow Wilson is right now spinning in his grave like an Olympic figure skater as an award in his name is bestowed on the executive director of an organization literally established to oppose a xenophobic, anti-immigrant, flagrantly unconstitutional Palmer Raids that he oversaw and engineered,” said Romero.
Possible policies regarding regulation of scooter usage may address speed limits, off-limits pathways, and appropriate parking locations.
The Menstrual Product Task Force aims to increase the number of buildings that offer free, organic menstrual products from 20 to 40 locations and further influence national policy with regards to tampon taxes.