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The Princeton University Graduate College.
Photo Credit: Jon Ort / The Daily Princetonian

After virtual town hall, some graduate students push back on University's COVID-19 plans

In the town hall, University administrators re-emphasized that classes will not have an option to move to a virtual or hybrid format, despite an expected rise in COVID-19 cases as undergraduate students return to campus.

In the town hall, University administrators re-emphasized that classes will not have an option to move to a virtual or hybrid format, despite an expected rise in COVID-19 cases as undergraduate students return to campus.


McCosh Health Center
Abby de Riel / The Daily Princetonian

Princeton increases testing frequency, limits social gatherings amid Thanksgiving COVID-19 surge

Masking guidelines will also remain in place for the remainder of the semester as campus cases increase risk status to “Moderate to High.” Students will be required to test as soon as they return to campus, and to submit two tests per week for the remainder of the semester.

Masking guidelines will also remain in place for the remainder of the semester as campus cases increase risk status to “Moderate to High.” Students will be required to test as soon as they return to campus, and to submit two tests per week for the remainder of the semester.


At the Class of 1970’s 45th Reunions, Princeton’s eight first surviving female graduates returned to Princeton for the first time since graduation and marched in the P-Rade. Left to right: Mary Yee, Agneta Riber, Lynn Nagasako, Mae Wong Miller, Priscilla Read, Susan Craig Scott, and Judith-Ann Corrente.
Courtesy of Mae Miller ’70

Reunions 2022 set to occur in-person, on campus

After two years of virtual Reunions, 2022 Reunions will return to an in-person and on-campus format. Kate Bellin ’02, President of the Class of 2002, which will be celebrating its 20th reunion this coming year, told The Daily Princetonian, she felt these Reunions might resemble “victory Reunions,” similar to those when soldiers returned from a war and attended Reunions for the first time.

After two years of virtual Reunions, 2022 Reunions will return to an in-person and on-campus format. Kate Bellin ’02, President of the Class of 2002, which will be celebrating its 20th reunion this coming year, told The Daily Princetonian, she felt these Reunions might resemble “victory Reunions,” similar to those when soldiers returned from a war and attended Reunions for the first time.


Andrew Bruck, Acting Attorney General of New Jersey
Courtesy of the New Jersey Office of the Attorney General website.

Andrew Bruck ’05 named Acting NJ Attorney General, marking LGBTQ+ milestone

While at Princeton, Bruck was a student in the School of Public and International Affairs, at the time called the Woodrow Wilson School. As a senior, Bruck’s thesis advisor was now-President Christopher L. Eisgruber ’83, then a professor in SPIA and, starting in the middle of Bruck’s senior year, the University’s provost.

While at Princeton, Bruck was a student in the School of Public and International Affairs, at the time called the Woodrow Wilson School. As a senior, Bruck’s thesis advisor was now-President Christopher L. Eisgruber ’83, then a professor in SPIA and, starting in the middle of Bruck’s senior year, the University’s provost.


Marcia Brown / The Daily Princetonian

Princeton to ‘encourage’ mask-wearing for vaccinated individuals, stops short of mask mandate

Given new CDC guidance around indoor masking due to the rise in the Delta variant of COVID-19, unvaccinated individuals will be required to wear masks indoors on campus. This rule will likely only impact a small portion of the population, with over 90 percent of employees and around 90 percent of students already having verified that they are vaccinated. 

Given new CDC guidance around indoor masking due to the rise in the Delta variant of COVID-19, unvaccinated individuals will be required to wear masks indoors on campus. This rule will likely only impact a small portion of the population, with over 90 percent of employees and around 90 percent of students already having verified that they are vaccinated. 


The entrance to Frist Campus Center.
Jon Ort / The Daily Princetonian

Princeton revises guidelines for fall, eliminates masking and social distancing requirements

The University will return to mostly normal operations in the upcoming fall semester, including the elimination of the indoor and outdoor masking and social distancing requirements. Eating clubs will reopen, and in-person student activities will resume.

The University will return to mostly normal operations in the upcoming fall semester, including the elimination of the indoor and outdoor masking and social distancing requirements. Eating clubs will reopen, and in-person student activities will resume.


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Day in the Life: Moving into Princeton during COVID-19

As students arrive on campus for the second semester, move-in procedures have shifted significantly in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, including frequent testing, social distancing protocols, and arrival quarantines for the safety of the community.  Follow along with Assistant News Editor Katherine Dailey as she navigates Princeton during these unprecedented times. Edited by Uanne Chang.

NEWS | 01/25/2022

EXCLUSIVE | Profs. Allen Guelzo, Matthew Karp discuss judicial supremacy, politicization of courts

News writers Sandeep Mangat ’23 and Katherine Dailey ’24 sit down with Professor Allen Guelzo, Director of the James Madison Program Initiative on Politics and Statesmanship, and Associate Professor of History Matthew Karp. They discuss judicial supremacy, the politicization of courts, and the implications that Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s potential confirmation could have on the future of the Supreme Court. Edited by Uanne Chang ’24. Head Multimedia Editor: Mark Dodici ’22 Associate Video Editor: Mindy Burton ’23 www.dailyprincetonian.com

NEWS | 01/25/2022

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