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Students urge the University to divest fully from fossil fuels in a Sep. 24 sit-in at Nassau Hall.
Candace Do / The Daily Princetonian

U. celebrates Nobel laureate climate scientist Syukuro Manabe, announces plans to consider divestment in like, four decades

Satire: The University has formed a committee, a subcommittee, and a working group that will take Manabe’s work into consideration in deciding whether to make a divestment plan one of these days.

Satire: The University has formed a committee, a subcommittee, and a working group that will take Manabe’s work into consideration in deciding whether to make a divestment plan one of these days.


Tiger Inn, one of the Eating Clubs on Prospect Avenue. 
Ethan McAlpine / The Daily Princetonian

Eating clubs to require PUID, positive COVID-19 test for entry

"'We want to be sure that our parties are safe and responsible,' said a spokesperson for the ICC. 'So from now on, we will only be admitting students who have tested positive within the last 48 hours.'"

“We want to be sure that our parties are safe and responsible,” said a spokesperson for the ICC. “So from now on, we will only be admitting students who have tested positive within the last 48 hours.” 


Top row, from left to right: Hadriana Lowenkron of The Daily Pennsylvanian, Emma Treadway of The Daily Princetonian, and Sarah Braka of The Columbia Daily Spectator. Bottom row, from left to right: Kayla Guo of The Brown Daily Herald, Amanda Y. Su of The Harvard Crimson, Maryam Zafar of The Cornell Daily Sun, and Rachel Pakianathan of The Dartmouth. The ‘Prince’ was unable to obtain a photo of Mackenzie Hawkins of The Yale Daily News.
Photos of Emma Treadway, Kayla Guo, Amanda Y. Su, Maryam Zakar, and Rachel Pakianathan courtesy of the subject. Photo of Sarah Braka courtesy of Beatrice Shlansky. Photo of Hadriana Lowenkron courtesy of Sophia Rothstein.

Eight papers, eight women: Ivy League journalists reflect on leadership, priorities

During the beginning of this year, women were leading all eight Ivy League papers. The Daily Princetonian sat down with seven of them to talk about their experiences as women in journalism and what they hope to accomplish during their time at the helm.

During the beginning of this year, women were leading all eight Ivy League papers. The Daily Princetonian sat down with seven of them to talk about their experiences as women in journalism and what they hope to accomplish during their time at the helm.


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