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NYU law, philosophy professor Kwame Anthony Appiah named 2023 Baccalaureate speaker

Appiah is a professor of philosophy and law at NYU and the Laurance S. Rockefeller University Professor of Philosophy and the University Center for Human Values, Emeritus.

Appiah is a professor of philosophy and law at NYU and the Laurance S. Rockefeller University Professor of Philosophy and the University Center for Human Values, Emeritus.


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University officially announces new upperclass student dining pilot

The dining pilot was officially announced today in an email by Chris Burkmar of Campus Life and Maureen McWhirter of University Services following over a month of student-wide discussions. According to the new web page, it aims to promote “fluidity” in the upperclass student dining experience.

The dining pilot was officially announced today in an email by Chris Burkmar of Campus Life and Maureen McWhirter of University Services following over a month of student-wide discussions. According to the new web page, it aims to promote “fluidity” in the upperclass student dining experience.


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No Communication Orders now require initial informal contact

Students seeking a No Communications Order (NCO) in most cases are now required to reach out to all parties involved and make them aware of their wish prior to formal resolutions, according to policy updates from August.

Students seeking a No Communications Order (NCO) in most cases are now required to reach out to all parties involved and make them aware of their wish prior to formal resolutions, according to policy updates from August.


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Student leaders propose counterplan to administration-backed dining pilot

In an Oct. 4 email to college listservs, campus student leaders proposed an alternative to the dining pilot program in the works by the University after students raised concerns about the financial ramifications of its implementation.

In an Oct. 4 email to college listservs, campus student leaders proposed an alternative to the dining pilot program in the works by the University after students raised concerns about the financial ramifications of its implementation.


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University considers piloting new upperclass dining program that could raise tuition, expand options

Under the current iteration of one proposal, students would have five swipes per week to use in any dining institution on campus — including dining halls, co-ops, and eating clubs — in addition to the meal plans they might already have at any of those institutions. 

Under the current iteration of one proposal, students would have five swipes per week to use in any dining institution on campus — including dining halls, co-ops, and eating clubs — in addition to the meal plans they might already have at any of those institutions. 


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Campus community reacts to Princeton’s decision to expand financial aid

Scholars Institute Fellows Program’s (SIFP) Associate Director for Programs for Access and Inclusion Ashlee Shaw and students offered their reactions to the recent expansion of the University’s financial aid program.

Scholars Institute Fellows Program’s (SIFP) Associate Director for Programs for Access and Inclusion Ashlee Shaw and students offered their reactions to the recent expansion of the University’s financial aid program.


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New University orientation event on free speech garners mixed reaction among first-years

During first-year orientation, the University required members of the Class of 2026 to attend a new event on free speech. Following the event, the ‘Prince’ spoke to students about their reactions to the addresses. 

During first-year orientation, the University required members of the Class of 2026 to attend a new event on free speech. Following the event, the ‘Prince’ spoke to students about their reactions to the addresses. 


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