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All seniors and degree recipients invited to 2021 Commencement Exercises

According to an April 9 update to the Commencement website, all seniors and degree recipients will be invited back to campus for 2021 Commencement Exercises. Each graduate is allowed two guests.

According to an April 9 update to the Commencement website, all seniors and degree recipients will be invited back to campus for 2021 Commencement Exercises. Each graduate is allowed two guests.


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55 students face disciplinary action for Social Contract violations according to ODUS report

In eight cases, students given probation were additionally barred from access to campus for the remainder of the semester. These eight cases were deemed “significant” under the Social Contract.

In eight cases, students given probation were additionally barred from access to campus for the remainder of the semester. These eight cases were deemed “significant” under the Social Contract.


Princeton Mayor Mark Freda discusses campaign, term goals, and finding balance

Assistant News Editor Katherine Dailey '24 sits down with new Princeton Mayor Mark Freda to discuss his campaign, goals for his term, and balancing work, family, and service. Edited by Daniel Drake '24.

Assistant News Editor Katherine Dailey '24 sits down with new Princeton Mayor Mark Freda to discuss his campaign, goals for his term, and balancing work, family, and service.


Jon Ort / The Daily Princetonian

Annual State of the University letter addresses free speech, institutional racism

In addition to outlining Princeton's expectation for full in-person instruction in the fall, President Eisgruber focused and reflected on Princeton’s institutional values in the wake of racial reckoning and political turmoil.

In addition to outlining Princeton's expectation for full in-person instruction in the fall, President Eisgruber focused and reflected on Princeton’s institutional values in the wake of racial reckoning and political turmoil.


Mark Dodici / The Daily Princetonian

Princeton Reunions 2021 goes virtual, in-person ’20 Commencement canceled

Despite the events being held virtually, the Office of Alumni Affairs noted in an email to alumni that they are “working with the class [of 2020] to find ways to honor their achievements and foster a strong sense of community with each other and the University.”

Despite the events being held virtually, the Alumni Office noted in an email to alumni that they are “working with the class [of 2020] to find ways to honor their achievements and foster a strong sense of community with each other and the University.”


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Students demand Princeton preemptively bar Sen. Ted Cruz ’92 from on-campus recognition

The petition, titled “Demand that Princeton University Condemn & Bar Honorary Titles to Senator Ted Cruz ('92)”, states, “We, the writer and undersigned, believe that Senator Cruz’s support of lies alleging voting fraud not only undermines these basic egalitarian practices and values but is also directly linked to the attack on the Capitol.”

The petition, titled “Demand that Princeton University Condemn & Bar Honorary Titles to Senator Ted Cruz ('92)”, states, “We, the writer and undersigned, believe that Senator Cruz’s support of lies alleging voting fraud not only undermines these basic egalitarian practices and values but is also directly linked to the attack on the Capitol.”


Vlog: Princeton move-in during a pandemic

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 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.


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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 | 04/15/2021

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 | 04/15/2021

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