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Princeton unintentionally sends out information about over 200 students’ housing accommodations

Instead of sending individual request responses to each student, all 206 accommodation request responses were emailed to each student. The email included each student’s first name and the type of accommodation received. 

Instead of sending individual request responses to each student, all 206 accommodation request responses were emailed to each student. The email included each student’s first name and the type of accommodation received. 


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University declines to ban ChatGPT, releases faculty guidance for its usage

Dean of the College Jill Dolan and Dean of the Graduate School Rod Priestley released a memo to the University faculty offering guidance for regulating the usage of AI as educators question the effects of chatbots like ChatGPT on higher education.

Dean of the College Jill Dolan and Dean of the Graduate School Rod Priestley released a memo to the University faculty offering guidance for regulating the usage of AI as educators question the effects of chatbots like ChatGPT on higher education.


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Edward Tian ’23 creates GPTZero, software to detect plagiarism from AI bot ChatGPT

Edward Tian ’23, a computer science concentrator who is writing his thesis on artificial intelligence (AI) detection, coded a software, now named GPTZero, that detects writing produced by AI. The software has been downloaded by people in 40 U.S. states and 30 countries. 

Edward Tian ’23, a computer science concentrator who is writing his thesis on artificial intelligence (AI) detection, coded a software, now named GPTZero, that detects writing produced by AI. The software has been downloaded by people in 40 U.S. states and 30 countries. 


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Last CPUC meeting of 2022 previews annual DEI report

The Council of the Princeton University Committee (CPUC) met on Monday to discuss updates to campus sustainability, the DEI report, sexual climate, and the Middle States Accreditation. 

The Council of the Princeton University Committee (CPUC) met on Monday to discuss updates to campus sustainability, the DEI report, sexual climate, and the Middle States Accreditation. 


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‘This is hate speech’: Students harassed by extremist protestors on campus

Some students chose to engage with the protestors or counter their speech. Those who engaged took a variety of tactics: challenging the protesters’ rhetoric directly, taking photos in front of the signs, or yelling out to the crowd. Several students who walked by the crowd commented that they thought the protestors were “joking” or laughed at the extremist protestors’ statements.

Some students chose to engage with the protestors or counter their speech. Those who engaged took a variety of tactics: challenging the protesters’ rhetoric directly, taking photos in front of the signs, or yelling out to the crowd. 


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Alan Blinder ’67 discusses new book on monetary, fiscal policy

In a conversation with the ‘Prince,’ Alan S. Blinder ’67, professor of economics and public affairs, addressed inflation, the connection between the federal reserve and the executive branch, and federal fiscal responsibility.

In a conversation with the ‘Prince,’ Alan S. Blinder ’67, professor of economics and public affairs, addressed inflation, the connection between the federal reserve and the executive branch, and federal fiscal responsibility.


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Princeton faculty, students talk 2022 midterm elections

Princeton faculty and student activists spoke to the ‘Prince’ about their research and efforts pertaining to the upcoming midterms election, which will determine party control of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives.

Princeton faculty and student activists spoke to the ‘Prince’ about their research and efforts pertaining to the upcoming midterms election, which will determine party control of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives.


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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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