According to the results of an independent analysis, this year’s room draw times are completely randomized and do not provide any advantage to large draw groups over small ones.
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Though students will be permitted to P/D/F more than one class this semester, it is unclear whether classes currently designated non-P/D/F (npdf), such as writing seminars, foreign languages, and hundreds of other courses, will be required to transition to grading that allows for the P/D/F option.
According to students at Dillon Gym, students who are leaving before noon on Friday are being allowed to take “two boxes and a roll of tape each.” Those leaving after that time are being instructed to come back “at 9 a.m.” on Friday morning, at which point the full supply of four boxes and two rolls of tape will be available.
In accordance with Interclub Council policy, eating clubs will be closed to all members until April 5. Displaced upperclass students who remain on campus will be allowed to eat for free in University dining halls.
At 9:02 a.m. Monday morning, University President Christopher L. Eisgruber ’83 updated the University about next steps regarding COVID-19 preparations.
Test results are expected to be available on Sunday, March 8. The Mercer County patient is currently hospitalized at Capital Health Medical Center-Hopewell in Pennington, N.J. The other three possible cases include two people in Bergen County and one person in Union County.
“The code that will be used to randomly assign draw times has been extensively tested within Housing and its efficacy has been confirmed by campus information technology partners,” Hotchkiss wrote in an email statement to The Daily Princetonian.
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According to a statement released by the Interclub Council (ICC), 72 percent of students who bickered at selective eating clubs (Cannon, Cap & Gown, Cottage, Ivy Club, Tiger Inn, and Tower) were admitted to a club — a five percent increase from last year, when bicker clubs accepted 67 percent.
Eisgruber also spoke at length on the contents of his “State of the University” letter, describing plans for University renovations and construction in the years to come, such as the building of several new academic buildings east of Washington Road, the demolition of Wilson College, and the construction of Perelman College.