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Special faculty meeting will consider proposal regarding student discipline and free speech

University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 has called a special meeting of the faculty for May 20, following a faculty proposal regarding “the granting of amnesty to students and other university affiliates involved in peaceful free speech and assembly for justice in Palestine.”

University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 has called a special meeting of the faculty for May 20, following a faculty proposal regarding “the granting of amnesty to students and other university affiliates involved in peaceful free speech and assembly for justice in Palestine.”


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USG releases statement on free speech, does not explicitly condemn student arrests following botched Senate vote

Following a rushed special meeting on Sunday, April 28, the Undergraduate Student Government (USG) Senate published a statement around 2 p.m. on Monday, April 29 calling on the University to “publicly reaffirm the right to speak and peaceably assemble” and “commit to suspending neither student groups nor individuals without meaningful due process.”

Following a rushed special meeting on Sunday, April 28, the Undergraduate Student Government (USG) Senate published a statement around 2 p.m. on Monday, April 29 calling on the University to “publicly reaffirm the right to speak and peaceably assemble” and “commit to suspending neither student groups nor individuals without meaningful due process.”


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‘This feels like a 1968 moment’: Mobilization in a culture of apathy

Princeton University has a longstanding and recognized reputation for apathy, and it is often considered to be a veritable part of the institution's identity. The 'Prince' reflects on moments of disruption in recent history, and how the ongoing sit-in for Palestine may shake that reputation.

Princeton University has a longstanding and recognized reputation for apathy, and it is often considered to be a veritable part of the institution's identity. The 'Prince' reflects on moments of disruption in recent history, and how the ongoing sit-in for Palestine may shake that reputation.


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Sensory Fair highlights Autism Awareness and Acceptance month

As April marks Autism Awareness and Acceptance Month, the AccessAbility Center hosted its second-annual Sensory Fair on Wednesday, April 17 to highlight the experiences of those with autism and sensory processing disorders. 

As April marks Autism Awareness and Acceptance Month, the AccessAbility Center hosted its second-annual Sensory Fair on Wednesday, April 17 to highlight the experiences of those with autism and sensory processing disorders. 


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‘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.


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‘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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