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Justus Wilhoit


A group of protesters gather in a circle outside in front of a large building covered in ivy. Someone speaks into a megaphone, and some protesters carry signs.

Annual May Day March stops at ‘Gaza Solidarity Encampment’

On May 1, campus and local organizations came together to organize the annual May Day March, to celebrate workers and advocate for labor rights and social justice.

On May 1, campus and local organizations came together to organize the annual May Day March, to celebrate workers and advocate for labor rights and social justice.


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Princeton Armenian Society hosts first Turkish scholar to acknowledge Armenian genocide

On Wednesday, April 24, the Princeton Armenian Society hosted Taner Akçam, the inaugural director of the Armenian Genocide Research Program at UCLA to discuss Armenian genocide denial. Akçam is also the first Turkish scholar to acknowledge the genocide.

On Wednesday, April 24, the Princeton Armenian Society hosted Taner Akçam, the inaugural director of the Armenian Genocide Research Program at UCLA to discuss Armenian genocide denial. Akçam is also the first Turkish scholar to acknowledge the genocide.


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Tower President to lead the ICC for the first time in 14 years

With new officers taking over at the 11 eating clubs that line Prospect, fresh leadership at the Interclub Council (ICC) will take the helm of the organization that coordinates Street Week and other street-wide initiatives.

With new officers taking over at the 11 eating clubs that line Prospect, fresh leadership at the Interclub Council (ICC) will take the helm of the organization that coordinates Street Week and other street-wide initiatives.


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Eating club leadership for 2024 set as election season comes to a close

The six Bicker clubs, as well as one sign-in club, held officer elections this month. All eleven eating clubs have now elected new leaders, who will be responsible for governing their clubs following Princeton’s largest class ever entering into the eating club scene.

The six Bicker clubs, as well as one sign-in club, held officer elections this month. All eleven eating clubs have now elected new leaders, who will be responsible for governing their clubs following Princeton’s largest class ever entering into the eating club scene.


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In highly-selective year, over 80 percent of sophomores participate in Street Week

Street week 2024 boasts highest participation in at least a decade. Charter emerges highly selective, and Tiger Inn pulls in more bickerees than Cap & Gown for the first time since 2001.

Street week 2024 boasts highest participation in at least a decade. Charter emerges highly selective, and Tiger Inn pulls in more bickerees than Cap & Gown for the first time since 2001.


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Eisgruber defends diversity, excellence, and free speech in eighth State of the University letter

In the letter, Eisgruber commented on the congressional hearing involving MIT, Penn, and Harvard and their responses to antisemitism, defended free speech, and emphasized his belief that great diversity and academic excellence can coexist.

In the letter, Eisgruber commented on the congressional hearing involving MIT, Penn, and Harvard and their responses to antisemitism, defended free speech, and emphasized his belief that great diversity and academic excellence can coexist.


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Early action decisions released, marking next phase of student body expansion

Princeton admitted students to the Class of 2028 on Dec. 14 as part of its Single-Choice Early Action round. Princeton's next class, admitted during a time of change for admissions offices across the country, will arrive on campus amidst significant changes to campus infrastructure as the student body continues to expand.

Princeton admitted students to the Class of 2028 on Dec. 14 as part of its Single-Choice Early Action round. Princeton's next class, admitted during a time of change for admissions offices across the country, will arrive on campus amidst significant changes to campus infrastructure as the student body continues to expand.


Tables at the 2023 B(l)ack Together event in front of Blair Arch sponsored by the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students (ODUS).

Black alumni provide major endowment to Black Student Union to support campus affinity groups

The Black Student Union has received a first-of-its-kind endowment, sponsored by Black Princeton alumni. It is the first endowment designed to give direct support to campus affinity groups.

The Black Student Union has received a first-of-its-kind endowment, sponsored by Black Princeton alumni. It is the first endowment designed to give direct support to campus affinity groups.


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At Whig event, Cornel West GS ’80 avoids topic of presidential run at University request

Instead, a key point of discussion was on West’s repeated calls for the U.S. to cease their involvement in the war in Ukraine and clashes with Harvard’s former president over his pro-Palestine politics.

Instead, a key point of discussion was on West’s repeated calls for the U.S. to cease their involvement in the war in Ukraine and clashes with Harvard’s former president over his pro-Palestine politics.


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In the wake of major reorganization, PLASA focuses on community and professional development

Changes in the PLASA's structure are part of the groups efforts to make Latine students, a group making up 10 percent of the student body, feel like they are inherently part of the campus community.

Changes in PLASA’s structure are part of the groups efforts to make Latine students, a group making up 10 percent of the student body, feel like they are inherently part of the campus community.


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