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N.J. officially legalizes marijuana, town of Princeton proposes Cannabis Task Force

Marijuana use is now officially legal in New Jersey, making it the 13th state to pass such legislation. In response to the legalization, the University is “analyzing these new laws and their impact at the University,” Deputy University Spokesperson Michael Hotchkiss wrote in an email to the The Daily Princetonian.

Marijuana use is now officially legal in New Jersey, making it the 13th state to pass such legislation. In response to the legalization, the University is “analyzing these new laws and their impact at the University,” Deputy University Spokesperson Michael Hotchkiss wrote in an email to the The Daily Princetonian.


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Major snowstorm on first day of classes causes campus closure

Campus remains closed for all non-essential staff as snow continues. Dining halls and COVID-19 testing facilities remain open, while classes have moved fully online and libraries, athletic facilities, and study spaces have closed.

Campus remains closed for all non-essential staff as snow continues. Dining halls and COVID-19 testing facilities remain open, while classes have moved fully online and libraries, athletic facilities, and study spaces have closed.


Harvard University’s campus.
“Harvard University Widener Library” by Joseph Williams / CC BY 2.0

Princeton will release spring plans next month. Here’s what the other Ivies are thinking.

At the time of publication, all seven other Ivy League schools are planning to bring at least one class year back to campus in the spring. Princeton, however, is still awaiting a decision in early December.

At the time of publication, all seven other Ivy League schools are planning on bringing at least one class year back to campus in the spring. Princeton, however, is still awaiting a decision announcement set for the first week of December.


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USG announces Jason Derulo as Fall Lawnparties headliner

The University’s Undergraduate Student Government (USG) announced today that the headliner for this year’s virtual Lawnparties will be Jason Derulo. Derulo started his solo career in 2009 and has since achieved eleven Platinum singles.  

The University’s Undergraduate Student Government (USG) announced today that the headliner for this year’s virtual Lawnparties will be Jason Derulo. 


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