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An aerial view of the Hawaiian island of Oahu, including the Waikīkī skyline.
Albert Jiang / The Daily Princetonian

Amid outrage from Hawaiʻi residents, plans for college ‘bubble’ popped

Two Princeton alumni garnered national attention last week for plans to create two ‘bubble’ campuses in Hawaiʻi and Arkansas, as many colleges across the country prepare for a virtual semester. After widespread backlash from local Hawaiʻi residents, they will not proceed at either property.

Two Princeton alumni garnered national attention last week for plans to create two ‘bubble’ campuses in Hawaiʻi and Arkansas, as many colleges across the country prepare for a virtual semester. After widespread backlash from local Hawaiʻi residents, they will not proceed at either property.


The Louis A. Simpson Building, which houses the Davis International Center.
Jon Ort / The Daily Princetonian

U., students respond to Trump plan to revoke certain Chinese students' visas

“This proclamation is extremely distressing for Chinese students who are afraid for their statuses and for what this proclamation may mean for their ability to study at Princeton,” wrote GSG President Karina Alventosa in a statement to The Daily Princetonian. “The restrictions would impact the incoming class as well as anyone who needs to renew their visa.”


Professor H. Vincent Poor.
Maria Ines Perez-Vargas / Flickr

U. researchers contribute to discovery of new way to track mutations of epidemics, like COVID-19

“As we have seen with COVID-19, the spread has been much more rapid than leaders expected,” Poor wrote. “To the extent that this can be attributed to mutations, this model could help give decision-makers a clearer picture of what to expect and thus take quicker action if needed.” 


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