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ORL, CPS, USG review next steps on mental health, PEESA calls for improvements

Two weeks after the release of the autopsy report for student Misrach Ewunetie ’24, which ruled her death a suicide, University officials and student leaders are looking to further expand mental health resources, having changed their programming earlier in the year following two other campus deaths. PEESA leaders urge increased diversity among CPS staff.

Two weeks after the release of the autopsy report for student Misrach Ewunetie ’24, which ruled her death a suicide, University officials and student leaders are looking to further expand mental health resources, having changed their programming earlier in the year following two other campus deaths. PEESA leaders urge increased diversity among CPS staff.


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Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office releases cause of death for Misrach Ewunetie ’24

Content Warning: The following article includes mention of student death and suicide. University Counseling services are available at 609-258-3141, and the Suicide Prevention Lifeline is available 24/7 at 988 or +1 (800) 273-TALK (8255).

Content Warning: The following article includes mention of student death and suicide. University Counseling services are available at 609-258-3141, and the Suicide Prevention Lifeline is available 24/7 at +1 (800) 273-TALK (8255).


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Five Princeton seniors awarded Schwarzman Scholarship

Benjamin Bograd ’23, Katherine Gross-Whitaker ’23, Kanishkh Kanodia ’23, Michal Kozlowski ’23, and Elisabeth Rülke ’23 have received scholarships to pursue a one-year master’s program in global affairs.

Benjamin Bograd ’23, Katherine Gross-Whitaker ’23, Kanishkh Kanodia ’23, Michal Kozlowski ’23, and Elisabeth Rülke ’23 have received scholarships to pursue a one-year master’s program in global affairs.


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Investigation into Misrach Ewunetie ’24's death continues

According to an email from the Middlesex County Medical Examiner’s Office on Nov. 30, autopsy reports and ancillary studies in Ewunetie’s case are estimated to take 12–16 weeks.

According to an email from the Middlesex County Medical Examiner’s Office on Nov. 30, autopsy reports and ancillary studies in Ewunetie’s case are estimated to take 12–16 weeks.


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Peer Representatives now formalized as advocates for students facing Committee on Discipline

This spring, peer representatives were trained to be able to attend hearings before the Committee on Discipline. Formerly, the Peer Representatives, a student group that provides advice and support to students accused of academic integrity violations, was only authorized to work with the Honor Committee.

This spring, peer representatives were trained to be able to attend hearings before the Committee on Discipline. Formerly, the Peer Representatives, a student group that provides advice and support to students accused of academic integrity violations, was only authorized to work with the Honor Committee.


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‘Having a space where we can be ourselves’: Jessica Lambert ’22 reflects on Indigenous studies, advocacy at Princeton

Jessica Lambert ’22, a citizen of the Choctaw Nation, reflects on her time at Princeton as a student activist for Native American and Indigenous communities on campus. As an Anthropology major with minors in Environmental Studies and Technology & Society, Lambert’s thesis work focused on environmental contamination on Native lands.

Jessica Lambert ’22, a citizen of the Choctaw Nation, reflects on her time at Princeton as a student activist for Native American and Indigenous communities on campus. As an Anthropology major with minors in Environmental Studies and Technology & Society, Lambert’s thesis work focused on environmental contamination on Native lands.


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As Nassau Starbucks faces staff shortages, unionization pressures mount

“With all the other baristas that I've talked to who work in New Jersey, not just at this location, this location has had the most difficult customers to deal with,” Nubia Morales ’25, an employee at the Nassau Street location, told the ‘Prince.’

“With all the other baristas that I've talked to who work in New Jersey, not just at this location, this location has had the most difficult customers to deal with,” Nubia Morales ’25, an employee at the Nassau Street location, told the ‘Prince.’


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Public policy experts, New York Times journalists discuss value of narrative case studies

Two New York Times journalists spoke with professors from Princeton and Harvard at an event hosted by the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs.

Two New York Times journalists spoke with professors from Princeton and Harvard at an event hosted by the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs.


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CPUC discusses ongoing construction, mental health in first meeting of the fall

University officials answered questions regarding concerns about navigating campus amid extensive construction, and both administrators and University Student Government representatives discussed USG’s new mental health report. 

University officials answered questions regarding concerns about navigating campus amid extensive construction, and both administrators and University Student Government representatives discussed USG’s new mental health report. 


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