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Miriam Waldvogel


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The ADL gave Princeton an F for antisemitism. After the CJL pushed back, they bumped it up to a D.

Following Princeton’s F rating from the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) on their college antisemitism report card, Jewish students and the Center for Jewish Life (CJL) pushed back. The ADL then quietly raised Princeton’s grade to a D, but some worry this will deter Jewish students from attending Princeton, despite the vibrant Jewish community on campus.

Following Princeton’s F rating from the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) on their college antisemitism report card, Jewish students and the Center for Jewish Life (CJL) pushed back. The ADL then quietly raised Princeton’s grade to a D, but some worry this will deter Jewish students from attending Princeton, despite the vibrant Jewish community on campus.


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Ella Weber wins Truman Scholarship for public service

As part of her work with Nuclear Princeton, Weber produced a five-part “Scientific America” podcast series about 15 nuclear missiles siloed in her tribe’s Fort Berthold reservation in North Dakota.

As part of her work with Nuclear Princeton, Weber produced a five-part “Scientific America” podcast series about 15 nuclear missiles siloed in her tribe’s Fort Berthold reservation in North Dakota.


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U. under federal investigation for antisemitism after complaint by conservative activist

The U.S. Department of Education launched an investigation into the University on Wednesday, April 3 regarding antisemitism on campus following a January complaint. Princeton joins other universities, including Harvard and Yale, who are also facing antisemitism investigations in recent months by the Department’s Office of Civil Rights.

The U.S. Department of Education launched an investigation into the University on Wednesday, April 3 regarding antisemitism on campus following a January complaint. Princeton joins other universities, including Harvard and Yale, who are also facing antisemitism investigations in recent months by the Department’s Office of Civil Rights.


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Postdocs move towards first academic union on campus

Following an announcement of their intent to file a petition with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) to form a union, Princeton University Postdocs and Scholars (PUPS) delivered a letter to Nassau Hall, requesting that the University remain impartial during the election to unionize. This would make PUPS the first academic union on Princeton’s campus to formally seek an election.

Following an announcement of their intent to file a petition with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) to form a union, Princeton University Postdocs and Scholars (PUPS) delivered a letter to Nassau Hall, requesting that the University remain impartial during the election to unionize. This would make PUPS the first academic union on Princeton’s campus to formally seek an election.


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Princeton alum Trey Farmer ’93 arrested for possession of child pornography

On Friday, March 22, Princeton alum Trey Farmer ’93 was arrested for possession of child pornography. Farmer was active in a number of arts and alumni organizations.

On Friday, March 22, Princeton alum Trey Farmer ’93 was arrested for possession of child pornography. Farmer was active in a number of arts and alumni organizations.


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‘On a Gaza genocide’ event featuring Finkelstein GS ’87 draws hundreds

On March 21, author Norman Finkelstein GS ’87 and journalist Chris Hedges gave a talk titled “On the Gaza Genocide" in McCosh Hall 50, drawing over 300 attendees. Finkelstein’s critical views towards Israel have drawn controversy over the years.

On March 21, author Norman Finkelstein GS ’87 and journalist Chris Hedges gave a talk titled “On the Gaza Genocide" in McCosh Hall 50, drawing over 300 attendees. Finkelstein’s critical views towards Israel have drawn controversy over the years.


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At panel, Princeton unions look forward to recognition, focus on unity and engagement

On March 5 at 5 p.m. in Robertson 001, the Princeton Young Democratic Socialists of America (YDSA) hosted a Labor Unions Panel with speakers from SEIU, PGSU, PUPS, and Labyrinth Books Union. The panelists discussed the importance of unity, negotiation, and unionization tactics.

On March 5 at 5 p.m. in Robertson 001, the Princeton Young Democratic Socialists of America (YDSA) hosted a Labor Unions Panel with speakers from SEIU, PGSU, PUPS, and Labyrinth Books Union. The panelists discussed the importance of unity, negotiation, and unionization tactics.


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A Palestinian prime minister, at home in Princeton

Salam Fayyad served as the prime minister of the Palestinian Authority from 2007 to 2013. Now a professor in the School of Public and International Affairs, he talks to the ‘Prince’ about campus discourse, free speech, and student life — but not the politics of Palestine itself.

Salam Fayyad served as the prime minister of the Palestinian Authority from 2007 to 2013. Now a professor in the School of Public and International Affairs, he talks to the ‘Prince’ about campus discourse, free speech, and student life — but not the politics of Palestine itself.


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