On Thursday, Jan. 9, University representatives presented to the Princeton Planning Board a conceptual plan for East Campus construction.
“Historians disagree all the time, but to go to this depth of demanding a correction, is taking this disagreement of interpretations to a realm outside of what I would consider normative historiography,” Hannah-Jones said.
The presentation focused on measures in the Sustainability Action Plan directed towards land conservation and waste reduction. Several members addressed safety and accessibility concerns resulting from scooter use, alongside questions of the relative environmental impact of the various transportation systems on campus, but no resolution was reached.
The University has confirmed that the Triangle Club has not been at risk of asbestos exposure while rehearsing at 171 Broadmead, despite misleading signage early this year.
The Vietnam War brought unprecedented activism at the University in forms ranging from peaceful pickets and fasting to sieges on buildings and firebombing. It divided the campus deeply between radicals and conservatives, youths and adults, and draft refusers and ROTC cadets.
Mathematics professor Aleksandr Logunov was awarded the Packard Fellowship for his work on nodal geometry.
The addition joins six other computing clusters: Tiger, Dell, and Perseus, which are the largest and reserved primarily for faculty, as well as Nobel, Adroit, and Tigressdata, which are available to students.
Juliana Ochs Dweck has been appointed to the newly created role of chief curator at the Princeton University Art Museum.