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Princeton campus mourns the deaths of two undergraduate students, Jazz Chang ’23 and Justin Lim ’25, within one week

Students were informed of the passing of Jazz Chang '23 on May 13 and, only five days later, the passing of Justin Lim '25 on May 18. 

Students were informed of the passing of Jazz Chang '23 on May 13 and, only five days later, the passing of Justin Lim '25 on May 18. 


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Natalia Orlovsky, Frances Mangina named valedictorian, salutatorian

Natalia Orlovsky, a molecular biology concentrator from Chadds Ford, Pa. and Frances Mangina, a philosophy concentrator from Toronto, Ontario, have respectively been named the valedictorian and salutatorian of the Princeton’s Class of 2022. 

Natalia Orlovsky, a molecular biology concentrator from Chadds Ford, Pa. and Frances Mangina, a philosophy concentrator from Toronto, Ontario, have respectively been named the valedictorian and salutatorian of the Princeton’s Class of 2022.


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USG Senate upholds appeal over Caterpillar referendum, will withhold statement to University for or against referendum

USG’s email said that by its Constitution, “with a majority of student votes, Referendum 3 passes.”

USG’s email said that by its Constitution, “with a majority of student votes, Referendum 3 passes.”


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Princeton to cover Reunions wristband fees for Classes of 2020 and 2021

The Classes of 2020 and 2021 will have their Reunions cost covered by the University, according to an email announcement on Wednesday, April 6. Alumni spoke to the ‘Prince’ expressing their gratitude and excitement. 

The Classes of 2020 and 2021 will have their Reunions cost covered by the University, according to an email announcement on Wednesday, April 6. Alumni spoke to the ‘Prince’ expressing their gratitude and excitement. 


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‘We’re creating what the world is’: On the record with Nobel Laureate Maria Ressa ’86

On the day prior to the Alumni Day ceremony, Ressa took a trip to her former high school, Toms River High School North, in a visit coordinated by the University Office of Communications. A reporter for The Daily Princetonian accompanied her during the visit and sat down with her for an interview in the car ride back to Princeton.

On the day prior to the Alumni Day ceremony, Ressa took a trip to her former high school, Toms River High School North, in a visit coordinated by the University Office of Communications. A reporter for The Daily Princetonian accompanied her during the visit and sat down with her for an interview in the car ride back to Princeton.


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Princeton Public Library Black History Month event discusses Paul Robeson’s legacy and Black activism

In an event titled “Black Activism, Then and Now,” hosted by the Princeton Public Library on Tuesday, Feb. 15, panelists discussed the local, national, and international activism of Paul Robeson, a musician, athlete, and prominent activist for racial equality. Robeson was born in the town of Princeton and his legacy of sustained student activism at Princeton is still salient today.

A panel held by the Princeton Public Library discussed the legacy of activist, musician, and athlete Paul Robeson.


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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.

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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

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