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The Louis A. Simpson Building houses the Davis International Center.
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Fall study abroad, Novogratz Bridge Year 2020-2021 cancelled amid COVID-19 concerns

The Office of International Programs (OIP), University Global Safety and Security Unit, and off-campus partners came to the decision based on the “health and safety concerns, evolving travel restrictions, and a lack of clarity surrounding logistical, immigration, and security matters,” according to an OIP statement on June 1.

The Louis A. Simpson Building, which houses the Davis International Center.
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U., students respond to Trump plan to revoke certain Chinese students' visas

“This proclamation is extremely distressing for Chinese students who are afraid for their statuses and for what this proclamation may mean for their ability to study at Princeton,” wrote GSG President Karina Alventosa in a statement to The Daily Princetonian. “The restrictions would impact the incoming class as well as anyone who needs to renew their visa.”

Courtesy of Lazarena Lazarova ’21

Petitions to revise midterms and prevent forced departures garner 5700+ signatures combined

The students pointed to the stress imposed by the COVID-19, or coronavirus disease, outbreak. Since Sunday night, when the University inadvertently leaked plans to move to online schooling after spring break, students, faculty, and staff have scrambled to make contingency plans. The University officially announced that plan on Monday, at the start of midterms week. 

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