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.
The honor is named after Moses Taylor Pyne, Class of 1877, a long-time benefactor of the University and University trustee for 36 years beginning in 1884; his tenure lasted through the University presidencies of James McCosh; Francis Landey Patton; Woodrow Wilson, Class of 1879; and John Grier Hibben, Class of 1882.
Jacob Gerrish ’21, Tom Salotti ’21, and Bradley Phelps ’22 were appointed Class Senators, Salotti after the Jan. 24 extension. Sarah Elkordy ’21, Julia Garaffa ’23, Sahil Jain ’23, Riley Martinez ’23, and Juan Nova ’23 were appointed as U-Councilors.
The Sachs Scholarship allows recipients to travel, study, and work around the world and further their research that will benefit the public.
The ad-hoc Committee on Eye Health proposed by AJ Sibley ’20 will sponsor eye health awareness events that will resemble their efforts during Mental Health Awareness Month last November.
A new synthetic ice rink has opened in Palmer Square, and will remain open until Feb. 2020.
The Woodrow Wilson Award is given to an alumnus or alumna of the undergraduate college who epitomizes the University’s motto, as coined by Woodrow Wilson, “Princeton in the Nation’s Service.” The James Madison Medal is awarded to an alum of the University graduate school who “has had a distinguished career, advanced the cause of graduate education or achieved a record of outstanding public service,” according to the Alumni Association website.
Two Undergraduate Student Government (USG) referenda have been announced, one regarding a change to the current P/D/F (pass/D/fail) policy, and another calling for the implementation of a standing Sustainability Committee. Students will be able to vote for them from Dec. 9 to 11 before they can be presented to the appropriate administrations.
USG affirms language of P/D/F and exam paper referendums, discusses past changes to the Honor System
Olivia Ott ’20, Academic Chair, and Ben Press ’20, U-Council Chair, discussed recent key changes to the Honor System in the past two years, including updates to the Honor Committee’s website, and additions of a dean on call and professional investigators to Honor Committee proceedings.
Three days a week, Cadet Gabriel Peña ’23 wakes up at 5:30 a.m. and makes the mile trip to Jadwin Gymnasium for physical training (PT). By 8:00, he’s in the dining hall for breakfast and then on his way to a 9:00 a.m. class. Peña’s schedule is roughly similar to that of the 47 other cadets in Princeton’s Army ROTC.