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On the left, brown woodgrain. On the right, a gray glassy surface with text overtop reading: "EFFRON CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF AMERICA"

“She’s such a builder:” Kauanui appointed to Indigenous Studies professorship

After student complaints of an inadequate Indigenous Studies program, the Effron Center for the Study of America hired a new professor for the initiative.

After student complaints of an inadequate Indigenous Studies program, the Effron Center for the Study of America hired a new professor for the initiative.


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Class Day chairs select ‘Law & Order’ actor Sam Waterston as 2024 Class Day speaker

The actor has portrayed district attorney Jack McCoy on Law and Order for 18 years. In a video message to seniors, the Class of 2024 Class Day chairs emphasized Waterston's creative career and connections to Princeton.

The actor has portrayed district attorney Jack McCoy on Law and Order for 18 years. In a video message to seniors, the Class of 2024 Class Day chairs emphasized Waterston's creative career and connections to Princeton.


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Following technical difficulties, NCW room draw rescheduled for Wednesday and Thursday

Rooms in Kanji Hall, one of the more popular choices among NCW residents, were not shown as available on the My Housing portal, necessitating a re-run of the NCW draw.

Rooms in Kanji Hall, one of the more popular choices among NCW residents, were not shown as available on the My Housing portal, necessitating a re-run of the NCW draw.


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‘A Jewish home away from home’: Chabad House opens this week after renovations

After two years of operating from a building on Nassau Street, the Chabad of Princeton University opens its renovated headquarters this week. The renovated building is 8,400 square feet and includes a Great Hall, sanctuary, library, guest rooms, and family apartment, among other features.

After two years of operating from a building on Nassau Street, the Chabad of Princeton University opens its renovated headquarters this week. The renovated building is 8,400 square feet and includes a Great Hall, sanctuary, library, guest rooms, and family apartment, among other features.


A set of two doors with a green marking in the window that reads “Halal,” and numerous signs in the background and foreground that say “Ramadan.” Past the doors lie a set of tables and shelves with various food items on them.

‘A second family’: Muslim Student Association, campus organizations cater to community during Ramadan

A conglomeration of groups on campus have undertaken a collaborative effort to support Muslim students during Ramadan, which began March 10 and runs through April 9. A number of prayer spaces across campus, as well as increased meal options, are being offered this year to serve an estimated Muslim population of about 400 people.

A conglomeration of groups on campus have undertaken a collaborative effort to support Muslim students during Ramadan, which began March 10 and runs through April 9. A number of prayer spaces across campus, as well as increased meal options, are being offered this year to serve an estimated Muslim population of about 400 people.


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University convenes task force to address hazing

Vice President for Campus Life Rochelle Calhoun recently sent out an email reporting no new incidents of confirmed hazing in the last six months and announcing the creation of a Hazing Prevention and Response Task Force, which will work alongside the StopHazing Hazing Prevention Consortium.

Vice President for Campus Life Rochelle Calhoun recently sent out an email reporting no new incidents of confirmed hazing in the last six months and announcing the creation of a Hazing Prevention and Response Task Force, which will work alongside the StopHazing Hazing Prevention Consortium.


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PLI awards seed grant funding to 14 cross-departmental research teams

In its inaugural round of seed grant funding, the Princeton Language and Intelligence Initiative (PLI) awarded $798,000 to 14 different research projects that utilize large artificial intelligence and large language models. 

In its inaugural round of seed grant funding, the Princeton Language and Intelligence Initiative (PLI) awarded $798,000 to 14 different research projects that utilize large artificial intelligence and large language models.


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Climate organizers on campus rebrand from ‘Divest Princeton’ to ‘Sunrise Princeton’

Student climate organizers, formerly known as Divest Princeton, marked their official re-affiliation as Sunrise Princeton with a launch event on Saturday.

Student climate organizers, formerly known as Divest Princeton, marked their official re-affiliation as Sunrise Princeton with a launch event on Saturday.


A group of students sit around tables eating in a dimly-lit room decorated with red lanterns.

Asian affinity groups gather to celebrate Lunar New Year

Seven Asian affinity groups came together to celebrate Lunar New Year on Feb. 8. While each respective culture has its own traditions, this event sought to highlight the shared “concept of eating together with your loved ones."

Seven Asian affinity groups came together to celebrate Lunar New Year on Feb. 8. While each respective culture has its own traditions, this event sought to highlight the shared “concept of eating together with your loved ones."


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Faith-based organizations utilize limited spaces in Murray-Dodge Hall

The Office of Religious Life offers interfaith meditation spaces and reservable meeting rooms, but some student groups outsource to host larger celebrations and meetings.

The Office of Religious Life offers interfaith meditation spaces and reservable meeting rooms, but some student groups outsource to host larger celebrations and meetings.


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