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TigerHub crashes for Class of 2026, University denies class size was a factor

TigerHub crashed for many students on the morning of course enrollment for the class of 2026, causing a number of rising sophomores to miss out on introductory and prerequisite classes. According to University Spokesperson Ahmad Rizvi, these issues were caused by a “technical problem” rather than Class of 2026’s larger size.

TigerHub crashed for many students on the morning of course enrollment for the class of 2026, causing a number of rising sophomores to miss out on introductory and prerequisite classes. According to University Spokesperson Ahmad Rizvi, these issues were caused by a “technical problem” rather than Class of 2026’s larger size.


The first-ever Latinx Shabbat dinner was held in the Center for Jewish Life

Dining hall workers in the Center for Jewish Life sweat after construction-related AC shutdown

The CJL has experienced warmer conditions recently, with staff working in temperatures reaching the high 80s. According to students, portable air conditioning units and fans supplied by the University have been helpful. 

The CJL has experienced warmer conditions recently, with staff working in temperatures reaching the high 80s. According to students, portable air conditioning units and fans supplied by the University have been helpful. 


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USG appropriates for more subsidized food for students, hints at undisclosed referendum to come

In their meeting Sunday, USG discussed new format for ticketing in upcoming farmer’s market, increased attendance at the second-ever Porchfest, and options to promote use of outdoor spaces this spring.

In their meeting Sunday, USG discussed new format for ticketing in upcoming farmer’s market, increased attendance at the second-ever Porchfest, and options to promote use of outdoor spaces this spring.


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Rep. Terri Sewell ’86 discusses her path from Selma to Princeton to Congress

In an event co-hosted by Whig-Clio and Princeton College Democrats, Congresswoman Terri Sewell ’86 discussed the importance of her roots in Selma, her transition to Princeton, and how her background has influenced her political life.

In an event co-hosted by Whig-Clio and Princeton College Democrats, Congresswoman Terri Sewell ’86 discussed the importance of her roots in Selma, her transition to Princeton, and how her background has influenced her political life.


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Nigerian election with record youth turnout reaches Princeton

Princeton community members discuss a Nigerian election marked both by a growing youth voice and continued corruption. While the country’s politics have wide-reaching effects, including for African community members at Princeton, overseas voting is impossible in Nigerian elections. 

Princeton community members discuss a Nigerian election marked both by a growing youth voice and continued corruption. While the country’s politics have wide-reaching effects, including for African community members at Princeton, overseas voting is impossible in Nigerian elections.


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USG President, Treasurer, argue for raising student fees to increase programming

USG continued conversations around mental health and budget concerns in its weekly meeting. The Senate also approved a Conservation Society summit and converted the Menstrual Products Task Force to an ad hoc committee.

USG continued conversations around mental health and budget concerns in its weekly meeting. The Senate also approved a Conservation Society summit and converted the Menstrual Products Task Force to an ad hoc committee.


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Ferris professor previews upcoming book on first drag queen, Black queer history

Journalist and Ferris Professor of Journalism Channing Joseph sat down with professor Brian Herrera to discuss Black queer history, the subject of his upcoming book. 

Journalist and Ferris Professor of Journalism Channing Joseph sat down with professor Brian Herrera to discuss Black queer history, the subject of his upcoming book. 


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