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Ethan Caldwell


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Postdocs move towards first academic union on campus

Following an announcement of their intent to file a petition with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) to form a union, Princeton University Postdocs and Scholars (PUPS) delivered a letter to Nassau Hall, requesting that the University remain impartial during the election to unionize. This would make PUPS the first academic union on Princeton’s campus to formally seek an election.

Following an announcement of their intent to file a petition with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) to form a union, Princeton University Postdocs and Scholars (PUPS) delivered a letter to Nassau Hall, requesting that the University remain impartial during the election to unionize. This would make PUPS the first academic union on Princeton’s campus to formally seek an election.


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27 Young Alumni Trustee candidates announcement; represent multidimensional class

A University press release to The Daily Princetonian has unveiled the 27 members of the Class of 2024 who are eligible for the primary elections for the Class of 2024’s Young Alumni Trustee (YAT). Eligibility requirements have changed this year, with the new rules being more in line with the no campaigning rule.

A University press release to The Daily Princetonian has unveiled the 27 members of the Class of 2024 who are eligible for the primary elections for the Class of 2024’s Young Alumni Trustee (YAT). Eligibility requirements have changed this year, with the new rules being more in line with the no campaigning rule.


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‘There’s nothing artificial about artificial intelligence’: Fei-Fei Li on ’28 Pre-Read

On Friday, Feb. 23, the University announced that this year’s Princeton Pre-Read for the Class of 2028 will be “The Worlds I See” by Fei-Fei Li ’99. A specialist in AI, machine learning, deep learning, and computer vision, Li relates in her memoir her experiences as a researcher, a Princeton student, and a Chinese immigrant in America — a blend of the deeply personal and professional.

On Friday, Feb. 23, the University announced that this year’s Princeton Pre-Read for the Class of 2028 will be “The Worlds I See” by Fei-Fei Li ’99. A specialist in AI, machine learning, deep learning, and computer vision, Li relates in her memoir her experiences as a researcher, a Princeton student, and a Chinese immigrant in America — a blend of the deeply personal and professional.


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CJL President Bartell ’25 emphasizes Jewish pluralism as Israeli-Palestinian conflict continues

President-elect Stephen Bartell ’25 wants to ensure that the organization doesn’t just become a collection of independent groups but rather “one cohesive community.”

President-elect Stephen Bartell ’25 wants to ensure that the organization doesn’t just become a collection of independent groups but rather “one cohesive community.”


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Scooters banned from campus after August restrictions found ineffective

Personal Electric Vehicles (PEVs) will be fully banned on campus starting Jan. 25, 2024. The policy is stricter than current rules, which restrict PEV use during hours and at specific speeds within the restricted zone.

Personal Electric Vehicles (PEVs) will be fully banned on campus starting Jan. 25, 2024. The policy is stricter than current rules, which restrict PEV use during hours and at specific speeds within the restricted zone.


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Mochinut and Ani Ramen close, reports note health code violations

The Daily Princetonian obtained routine inspection reports from the Princeton Health Department that found Mochinut and Ani Ramen to be in violation of numerous public health protocols designed to prevent foodborne illnesses. The reports also found that both establishments had several risk factors that posed a danger to public health.

The Daily Princetonian obtained routine inspection reports from the Princeton Health Department that found Mochinut and Ani Ramen to be in violation of numerous public health protocols designed to prevent foodborne illnesses. The reports also found that both establishments had several risk factors that posed a danger to public health.


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In the face of white-dominated tradition, Black student-athletes foster community

Organizations like the Black Student-Athlete Collective are working to establish a community by providing a safe space for student-athletes to meet others in their shoes and voice their needs and concerns to coaches.

Organizations like the Black Student-Athlete Collective are working to establish a community by providing a safe space for student-athletes to meet others in their shoes and voice their needs and concerns to coaches.


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Princeton Slavery Project reaches ten-year anniversary, presents findings to New Jersey Reparations Council

Last month, Isabela Morales GS ’19 presented on her work with the Princeton and Slavery Project during the New Jersey Reparations Council’s first public hearing. Over the course of its ten-year existence, the Princeton and Slavery Project has published a plethora of stories and primary sources that shed light on the University’s extensive relationship with slavery.

Last month, Isabela Morales GS ’19 presented on her work with the Princeton and Slavery Project during the New Jersey Reparations Council’s first public hearing. Over the course of its ten-year existence, the Princeton and Slavery Project has published a plethora of stories and primary sources that shed light on the University’s extensive relationship with slavery.


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Town council considers how to fund improvements in increasingly-gentrified neighborhood

The Princeton Town Council met on Monday, Oct. 23, and among the meeting highlights were updates on various development projects and community programs.

The Princeton Town Council met on Monday, Oct. 23, and among the meeting highlights were updates on various development projects and community programs.


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