The letter alleges that the McCormick campaign violated federal and state election law by creating “several fake websites, email accounts and virtual personas in an attempt to smear” Watson Coleman.
Some other students “doing wet-lab work” or other research that requires being on campus will also be allowed to return, Dean of the College Jill Dolan said in an exclusive interview with The Daily Princetonian.
Last year, Kwanza Jones ’93 donated $20 million to Princeton. Last week, she called for the removal of Wilson’s name.
For Jones, CEO and co-founder of the SUPERCHARGED Initiative and an alumna of the School of Public and International Affairs, silence on Wilson’s racism was equivalent to “acquiescing” to it.
ELE professor ‘overstated the situation’ when telling students that ‘all teaching will be online’ out of ‘enthusiasm to improve’ instruction
“The state of the fall semester will be announced by President Eisgruber in early July, but for sure all teaching will be on-line as it was in the latter part of the spring,” Sturm wrote to students.
Allegation of sexual abuse that led to U. Catholic Chaplain Father Gabriel Zeis’s resignation found ‘not credible’
When asked whether Fr. Zeis will return to campus to resume his past position, Monseigneur Thomas Mullelly told the ‘Prince’ a different priest had been appointed in Fr. Zeis’s former role.
In an email to faculty, Provost Deborah Prentice wrote that the administration’s decision stemmed from the conviction that “action must be rooted in reflection.”
The announcement emphasized that the change in standardized testing policy will apply for one year, and extend toward transfer applicants, as well — “many of whom are veterans or active-duty military.”
NJ executive order rolls out new guidelines for colleges, says ‘hybrid system’ of online and in-person most ‘realistic’
On Wednesday, Governor Phil Murphy announced that the N.J. Office of the Secretary of Higher Education would release guidelines for reopening colleges. Universities must submit their restart plans to the Office at least 14 days before any students or staff return to campus, according to Murphy.
As Harvard goes test-optional, U. becomes only Ivy requiring SAT, ACT for applicants to Class of 2025
Universities remain divided on whether to drop the requirements in light of the shuttering of testing centers and disruption of exam schedules caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The College Board announced on June 2 it will be halting the administration of at-home SAT testing, and urged schools not to punish students who do not submit scores.
“With more local news outlets facing funding issues or having to cut back their coverage, college papers are becoming more of an important source of accountability for cities and towns across the country,” wrote Chuck Todd to The Daily Princetonian.