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Humanities Council awards grant to launch Native American & Indigenous Studies Working Group

“It was inspiring to hear their goals and their vision for the future of the field at Princeton,” Rivett wrote in an email to the ‘Prince’, and noted that the working group is an attempt to “continue the conversation that the students have largely started and to formalize faculty involvement in their efforts.” 

“It was inspiring to hear their goals and their vision for the future of the field at Princeton,” Rivett wrote in an email to the ‘Prince’, and noted that the working group is an attempt to “continue the conversation that the students have largely started and to formalize faculty involvement in their efforts.” 


The petition, spearheaded by Chad Rogers ‘23 of upstate New York, calls for drastic alterations in course scheduling to accommodate domestic students. 

Jealous of the international student experience, East Coast residents call for 4 a.m. classes

A recently-circulated petition calls for an increase of classes offered from 1 to 3 a.m. EST, office hours from 4 a.m. onwards, and USG movie nights at 8 a.m. 

A recently-circulated petition calls for an increase of classes offered from 1 to 3 am EST, office hours from 4 am onwards, and USG movie nights at 8 am. 


Aaron Burr Hall, home of the Anthropology department.
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Program in Ethnographic Studies no longer accepting certificate students

The elimination of the certificate was due to a “significant increase in the number of anthropology majors” and a need for prioritization of these students.

The elimination of the certificate was due to a “significant increase in the number of anthropology majors” and a need for prioritization of these students.


Presidential candidates Allen Liu ’22 (top left) and Christian Potter ’22 (top right) and Vice President candidates Ashwin Mahadevan ’22 (bottom left) and Juan Nova ’23 (bottom right) will appear on the ballot alongside referenda involving voting and fossil fuels.
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Liu, Potter run for USG president, appearing beside four contested races, two referenda on next week’s ballot

Allen Liu and Christian Potter, U-Council Chair and Academics Chair respectively, have begun campaigning for the position of USG President, with voting to begin next week. The ballot will also include contested races for Vice President, Sustainability Chair, Treasurer, and Class of 2024 Senator, in addition to referendum questions addressing class on Election Day and fossil fuel divestment.

Allen Liu and Christian Potter, U-Council Chair and Academics Chair respectively, have begun campaigning for the position of USG President, with voting to begin next week. The ballot will also include contested races for Vice President, Sustainability Chair, Treasurer, and Class of 2024 Senator, in addition to referendum questions addressing class on Election Day and fossil fuel divestment.


Grading policies for each Princeton department this fall.
Anika Maskara / The Daily Princetonian

Departments largely split on PDF policy for departmental requirements and prerequisites

Unlike in the spring, however, the University no longer requires that departments accept courses taken on a PDF basis, either to fulfill departmental requirements or prerequisites.

Unlike in the spring, however, the University no longer requires that departments accept courses taken on a PDF basis, either to fulfill departmental requirements or prerequisites.


Wallace D. Best, Professor of Religion and African American Studies and Director of the Program in Gender and Sexuality Studies.
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Best becomes first Black, first male director in Gender and Sexuality Studies program history

Wallace D. Best, a professor of Religion and African American Studies, is the first Black and the first male director of the program in its 38-year history. 

Wallace D. Best, a professor of Religion and African American Studies, is the first Black and the first male director of the program in its 38-year history. 


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