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Madeleine LeBeau


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Which concentrations are on the rise with the Class of 2024? We looked at the numbers.

After the concentration declaration period for A.B. sophomores ended last month, new departmental trends emerged for the Class of 2024. The ‘Prince’ analyzed these trends, which include consistent popularity for computer science and decreasing interest in the humanities and natural sciences. 

After the concentration declaration period for A.B. sophomores ended last month, new departmental trends emerged for the Class of 2024. The ‘Prince’ analyzed these trends, which include consistent popularity for computer science and decreasing interest in the humanities and natural sciences.  


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Some student group members seek alternative housing for 2022 Reunions after being denied housing

67.6 percent of requests for Reunions housing from student performing groups were fulfilled, according to University Communications. Students who did not receive housing from the University must find alternative options.

67.6 percent of requests for Reunions housing from student performing groups were fulfilled, according to University Communications. Students who did not receive housing from the University must find alternative options.


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Tigers in Town program to continue into Fall 2022 semester

Deas told the ‘Prince’ that the number of Princeton vendors participating in Tigers in Town will expand in Fall 2022, and ODUS is working on a plan to “engage businesses that are not walking distance of campus, but are still in Princeton and still do a lot of work with the University.”

Deas told the ‘Prince’ that the number of Princeton vendors participating in Tigers in Town will expand in Fall 2022, and ODUS is working on a plan to “engage businesses that are not walking distance of campus, but are still in Princeton and still do a lot of work with the University.”


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Town Council discusses Prospect ‘historic district’ and ongoing Witherspoon renovation

The section of Prospect Avenue would be considered a ‘type two’ historic district which will only require HPC approval for modifications that “involve the facades visible from the right of way.” Eating clubs could continue to renovate the inside of their houses or the outside portions of the properties not visible to the street without requiring approval by the HPC.

The section of Prospect Avenue would be considered a ‘type two’ historic district which will only require HPC approval for modifications that “involve the facades visible from the right of way.” Eating clubs could continue to renovate the inside of their houses or the outside portions of the properties not visible to the street without requiring approval by the HPC.


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Housing for student performance groups remains uncertain as 2022 Reunions approaches

Several emails sent to student performance groups in late March shared that on-campus housing will not be guaranteed for all those performing at this year’s Reunions, leading to confusion among student group leaders and causing some to scramble to find alternative accommodations.

Several emails sent to student performance groups in late March shared that on-campus housing will not be guaranteed for all those performing at this year’s Reunions, leading to confusion among student group leaders and causing some to scramble to find alternative accommodations.


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Princeton sees highest positivity rate increase nearly a month into new testing protocol

Princeton sees its highest asymptomatic positivity rate this semester, just 3 weeks after the implementation of new masking and testing policies. The University no longer requires masks in most indoor settings, and has reduced the frequency of testing to monthly for fully vaccinated members of the testing protocol.

Princeton sees its highest asymptomatic positivity rate this semester, just 3 weeks after the implementation of new masking and testing policies. The University no longer requires masks in most indoor settings, and has reduced the frequency of testing to monthly for fully vaccinated members of the testing protocol.


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Princeton lifts indoor mask mandate, reduces testing frequency to monthly for fully vaccinated individuals

Those identified as close contacts for a COVID-19 positive individual will still be required to wear masks, and any individual who has received a vaccine exemption or has not yet received a booster dose but is eligible to do so will be required to continue to test weekly.

Those identified as close contacts for a COVID-19 positive individual will still be required to wear masks, and any individual who has received a vaccine exemption or has not yet received a booster dose but is eligible to do so will be required to continue to test weekly.


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Eisgruber talks COVID-19, DEI, residential expansion in annual State of the University address

On Thursday, Feb. 3, President Eisgruber ’83 issued his annual State of the University letter and accompanying video, which addressed the University’s ongoing challenges with COVID-19, expansion of the University’s residential facilities, and efforts to increase the diversity of students and faculty.   

On Thursday, Feb. 3, President Eisgruber ’83 issued his annual State of the University letter and accompanying video, which addressed the University’s ongoing challenges with COVID-19, expansion of the University’s residential facilities, and efforts to increase the diversity of students and faculty.    


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