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Incumbent Democratic Reps. Bonnie Watson Coleman, Andy Kim keep their seats

The AP has called wins for several Princeton alumni in the U.S. House of Representatives, including Rep. Terri Sewell ’86 (D-Ala.) and Rep. Ken Buck ’81 (R-Colo.). 

The AP has called wins for several Princeton alumni in the U.S. House of Representatives, including Rep. Terri Sewell ’86 (D-Ala.) and Rep. Ken Buck ’81 (R-Colo.).


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Voting machines down on Election Day in Mercer County

Voting machines are down in Mercer County, “due to a printing and scanning issue with the ballots,” according to county officials. Mercer County residents can vote by completing their ballots and placing them at the top of the scanning machine in the slot where the emergency ballots are placed.

Voting machines are down in Mercer County, “due to a printing and scanning issue with the ballots,” according to county officials. Mercer County residents can vote by completing their ballots and placing them at the top of the scanning machine in the slot where the emergency ballots are placed.


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Course selection adapts to larger student body, but some departments remain overenrolled

With the largest first-year class on record, the percentage of occupied course seats remained consistent with past years. However, enrollment in freshman seminars soared and courses offered by the Lewis Center for the Arts remained difficult to get into.

With the largest first-year class on record, the percentage of occupied course seats remained consistent with past years. However, enrollment in freshman seminars soared and courses offered by the Lewis Center for the Arts remained difficult to get into.


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Laura Wooten Hall dedicated, honoring longest-serving U.S. poll worker

As general midterm elections approach on Nov. 8, the University officially dedicated Laura Wooten Hall, named for a former Campus Dining staff member and volunteer poll worker in New Jersey for 79 consecutive years.

As general midterm elections approach on Nov. 8, the University officially dedicated Laura Wooten Hall, named for a former Campus Dining staff member and volunteer poll worker in New Jersey for 79 consecutive years.


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Students, local vendors react to early weeks of Pay with Points dining program

“As a student on financial aid, I feel like [Pay with Points] was really helpful for me to go out on [Nassau Street] with my friends without worrying about spending too much money,” Monica Jun ’26 wrote in a message to The Daily Princetonian.

“As a student on financial aid, I feel like [Pay with Points] was really helpful for me to go out on [Nassau Street] with my friends without worrying about spending too much money,” Monica Jun ’26 wrote in a message to The Daily Princetonian.


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Construction delays in Yeh College, NCW may result in temporary housing assignments for half of each college

The University announced to students in Yeh College and New College West (NCW) that students who were assigned rooms in Kwanza Jones, Jose E. Feliciano, Grousbeck, and Mannion Halls may be assigned temporary housing “before moving to their permanent homes.”

The University announced to students in Yeh College and New College West (NCW) that students who were assigned rooms in Kwanza Jones, Jose E. Feliciano, Grousbeck, and Mannion Halls may be assigned temporary housing “before moving to their permanent homes.”


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COVID-19 testing optional, boosters not required: Princeton to ‘resume pre-COVID-19 schedules’

Effective immediately, students are “no longer required to submit asymptomatic test samples” for COVID-19, according to a memo from University administrators on Thursday, July 28. The memo to students also stated that booster vaccines will no longer be required.

Effective immediately, students are “no longer required to submit asymptomatic test samples” for COVID-19, according to a memo from University administrators on Thursday, July 28. The memo to students also stated that booster vaccines will no longer be required.


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Construction delays in Yeh College, NCW could temporarily relocate students this fall

According to a University memo, both dormitories and common spaces within the colleges may be incomplete in September. Some students may be forced to stay temporarily in First College dorm rooms which have not yet been demolished.

According to a University memo, both dormitories and common spaces within the colleges may be incomplete in September. Some students may be forced to stay temporarily in First College dorm rooms which have not yet been demolished.


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