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New ‘drunk meal’ food truck will hit the streets Sept. 21

Campus dining will unveil a late-night food truck this weekend, open Thursday through Saturday from 11 p.m. to 3 a.m. The change comes following an adjustment to Frist Campus Center's hours, which now closes at 2 a.m. instead of 3 a.m.

Campus dining will unveil a late-night food truck this weekend, open Thursday through Saturday from 11 p.m. to 3 a.m. The change comes following an adjustment to Frist Campus Center's hours, which now closes at 2 a.m. instead of 3 a.m.


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Summer interns in Washington make use of new SPIA space

Princeton’s School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) leased an office space in Washington D.C. last spring, marking “the first time in the University’s history that its policy and international affairs school has had a dedicated, physical presence in the nation’s capital” according to the department website.

Princeton’s School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) leased an office space in Washington D.C. last spring, marking “the first time in the University’s history that its policy and international affairs school has had a dedicated, physical presence in the nation’s capital” according to the department website.


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Director of the Office of Sustainability leaves longtime role for UMich

Shana Weber is leaving her position as Director of Princeton’s Office of Sustainability after 17 years. She will be taking on a new position overseeing campus sustainability at the University of Michigan. In her absence, Ijeoma Nwagwu, the current Assistant Director, will take charge of the Office of Sustainability as interim director.

Shana Weber is leaving her position as Director of Princeton’s Office of Sustainability after 17 years. She will be taking on a new position overseeing campus sustainability at the University of Michigan. In her absence, Ijeoma Nwagwu, the current Assistant Director, will take charge of the Office of Sustainability as interim director.


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Black and Latine student groups brace for change in the wake of affirmative action ruling

In the aftermath of the Supreme Court’s recent ruling on race-based affirmative action, student leaders from affinity groups across campus have expressed worries about the future of their communities. Many are pushing for action from the University both in terms of admissions policy as well as caring for existing campus communities that may soon shrink.

In the aftermath of the Supreme Court’s recent ruling on race-based affirmative action, student leaders from affinity groups across campus have expressed worries about the future of their communities. Many are pushing for action from the University both in terms of admissions policy as well as caring for existing campus communities that may soon shrink.


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Free speech coordinators monitor as students hold ‘die-in’ outside BP conference

Around 30 members of Divest Princeton organized a “die-in” at the annual conference between members of the oil and gas companies Carbon Mitigation Initiative and British Petroleum.

Around 30 members of Divest Princeton organized a “die-in” at the annual conference between members of the oil and gas companies Carbon Mitigation Initiative and British Petroleum.


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As ProCES reaches 25th anniversary, LENS program reformats service summers

ProCES and LENS programming aim to increase student exposure to immersive learning and service through expanded resources and courses. While ProCES involves a new format for courses, LENS has rebranded existing opportunities for summer service under a new website and program.

ProCES and LENS programming aim to increase student exposure to immersive learning and service through expanded resources and courses. While ProCES involves a new format for courses, LENS has rebranded existing opportunities for summer service under a new website and program.


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CPS to offer single, hour-long sessions as alternate, more flexible option

Counseling and Psychological Services announced that they would modify their counseling service plans to offer single counseling sessions, which give students the opportunity to meet with a CPS counselor for an extended period of time without the standard expectation of consultation or follow-up appointments.

Counseling and Psychological Services announced that they would modify their counseling service plans to offer single counseling sessions, which give students the opportunity to meet with a CPS counselor for an extended period of time without the standard expectation of consultation or follow-up appointments.


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Many mental health report goals on track, show decreasing CPS wait times

Six months after the release of a report with suggestions to enhance mental health at the University, USG reports on progress made. Securing funding for a counselor outreach program and the establishment of the CPS CaresLine are among recommendations implemented thus far.

Six months after the release of a report with suggestions to enhance mental health at the University, USG reports on progress made. Securing funding for a counselor outreach program and the establishment of the CPS CaresLine are among recommendations implemented thus far.


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Accommodations on campus, explained

The ‘Prince’ spoke to administrators who supervise the accommodation process and students who have experienced the process themselves to understand the Office of Disability Services’ (ODS) ability to meet students’ needs. While the process can be difficult and complicated, affected students felt that the ODS adequately supports them. 

The ‘Prince’ spoke to administrators who supervise the accommodation process and students who have experienced the process themselves to understand the Office of Disability Services’ (ODS) ability to meet students’ needs. While the process can be difficult and complicated, affected students felt that ODS adequately supports them. 


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