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Roughly a dozen Divest Princeton protesters push for ‘complete dissociation’ from fossil fuel companies

Four months after the University announced its plans to dissociate from 90 public fossil fuel companies, Divest Princeton held a demonstration in front of Blair Arch on Feb. 3, calling on the University to fully divest from fossil fuel companies and cut research funded by fossil fuel companies.

Four months after the University announced its plans to dissociate from 90 public fossil fuel companies, Divest Princeton held a demonstration in front of Blair Arch on Feb. 3, calling on the University to fully divest from fossil fuel companies and cut research funded by fossil fuel companies.


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Former State Department economist Daniel Ahn ’04 talks financial technology

During the conversation, Ahn recalled his experiences working in both the public and private sectors and relayed advice to students on choosing a career path. 

During the conversation, Ahn recalled his experiences working in the public and private sectors and relayed advice to students on choosing a career path. 


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University endowment generates first loss since Great Recession in 2008

Only two of the eight Ivy League schools did not report investment losses in the 2022 fiscal year. The University’s endowment remains the third-highest in the Ivy League. 

Only two of the eight Ivy League schools did not report investment losses in the 2022 fiscal year. The University’s endowment remains the third-highest in the Ivy League. 


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Opening day delayed for Coffee Club’s second location at New College West

Coffee Club Executive Director Ava Vilensky ’23 told the ‘Prince’ that the opening is delayed “because we’re having some issues with the machinery in the shop and also the setup in terms of bar-flow.”

Coffee Club Executive Director Ava Vilensky ’23 told the ‘Prince’ that the opening is delayed “because we’re having some issues with the machinery in the shop and also the setup in terms of bar-flow.”


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Princeton admits Class of 2026, withholds admissions statistics in break from peer institutions

As members of the Class of 2026 are admitted to Princeton, the University had maintained its decision to withhold admissions statistics for the regular decision cycle, consistent with their early admissions cycle.

As members of the Class of 2026 are admitted to Princeton, the University had maintained its decision to withhold admissions statistics for the regular decision cycle, consistent with their early admissions cycle. 


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With University indoor mask mandate lifted, some classes and departments maintain face coverings requirement

While the indoor mask mandate has been lifted in most indoor spaces, departments such as the Writing and Chinese Language programs continue to require students to wear masks in class.  

While the indoor mask mandate has been lifted in most indoor spaces, departments such as the Writing and Chinese Language programs continue to require students to wear masks in class. 


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Five to a quad, shared bathrooms, movie nights: A glimpse into COVID-19 isolation at Princeton

About half of students who test positive are sent to isolation dorms while the rest either remain in their dorms or in “campus apartments.”  

About half of students who test positive are sent to isolation dorms while the rest either remain in their dorms or in “campus apartments.”  


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