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Professor Sam Wang, project leader of the Princeton Gerrymandering Project.
Courtesy of the Wang Lab website.

Princeton Gerrymandering Project paper wins national prize

Neuroscience professor Samuel S. Wang uses his mathematical skills and legal passions to help ensure voters choose their politicians, not the other way around. His team’s paper, “An Antidote for Gobbledygook: Organizing the Judge’s Partisan Gerrymandering Toolkit into a Two-Part Framework,” won a top prize at a gerrymandering competition last week.


The Desdemona Quartet practices before they perform the last act of the Unruly Sounds Music Festival. 
Photo courtesy of Isabel Ting.

Princeton music festival features post-classical, contemporary pieces

The festival lineup also included the electro-country performers, Owen Lake and the Tragic Loves; Korean-American composer and multi-instrumentalist, Bora Yoon; the percussion duo, Arx Duo; Anaglyphs; SMPL; Triplepoint Trio; New Jersey songwriter, Matt Trowbridge; the punk-jazz band, Joy on Fire; and the New York City-based ensemble, Desdemona Quartet. 


U. administration clarifies minimum penalty for faculty responsible for sexual harassment

During the CPUC meeting, Eisgruber said that he and the Dean of the Faculty Sanjeev Kulkarni believe the memo can help Princeton make progress on a “very important issue,” sexual harassment. Eisgruber emphasized that sexual harassment “does serious damage” to the lives of University students and faculty. 


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