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There are still too many problems with Princeton's isolation protocol

“I want to share my experience and make some suggestions regarding the current isolation process to maximize support and minimize hardships students will face.”

“I want to share my experience and make some suggestions regarding the current isolation process to maximize support and minimize hardships students will face.”


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Ramadan reflections: How Princeton can support its Muslim student population

“Given how the Muslim community has expanded throughout the past few years, and Ramadan will be a time the University has to navigate consistently in the future, there needs to be stronger leadership and collaboration with Muslim students to provide an optimal fasting experience on campus.”

“Given how the Muslim community has expanded throughout the past few years, and Ramadan will be a time the University has to navigate consistently in the future, there needs to be stronger leadership and collaboration with Muslim students to provide an optimal fasting experience on campus.”


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In the name of academic exploration: Why Princeton needs a pass/fail first-year fall semester

“In their first months at the University, Princeton first-years should not avoid taking certain classes out of a fear of not being able to do well enough in terms of their grades.”

“In their first months at the University, Princeton first-years should not avoid taking certain classes out of a fear of not being able to do well enough in terms of their grades.”


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Reactions: Princeton to ditch the mask mandate and asymptomatic testing

For the Reactions series, columnists opine on the recent loosening of the University’s COVID-19 protocol — some lauding the changes and others nervous about the risks of COVID-19 spread with fewer mitigation measures.

For the Reactions series, columnists opine on the recent loosening of the University’s COVID-19 protocol — some lauding the changes and others nervous about the risks of COVID-19 spread with fewer mitigation measures.


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Reactions: Princeton opens gingerly as COVID-19 spreads

“We live in the world of the oscillating pandemic. It’s not wrong for Princeton to take the pandemic seriously when cases are high. But we must move quickly to normalize our campus when we can.”

 “We live in the world of the oscillating pandemic. It’s not wrong for Princeton to take the pandemic seriously when cases are high.  But we must move quickly to normalize our campus when we can.” 


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The time is now: Princeton, make African Studies a concentration

“Many students, including myself, want to further educate ourselves on the continent of Africa’s history, cultures, politics, and languages. The University urgently needs to expand African Studies into a department to not only benefit students of African descent but Princeton students as a collective.”

“Many students, including myself, want to further educate ourselves on the continent of Africa’s history, cultures, politics, and languages. The University urgently needs to expand African Studies into a department to not only benefit students of African descent but Princeton students as a collective.” 


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Princeton must implement further restrictions to mitigate COVID-19 spread

“To mitigate the spread of the virus, Princeton must take further action, including transitioning to entirely grab-and-go dining, making all finals take-home, and mandating the booster shot.” 

“To mitigate the spread of the virus, Princeton must take further action, including transitioning to entirely grab-and-go dining, making all finals take-home, and mandating the booster shot.” 


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Princeton, feed us: Why Princeton should serve late meal on weekends

“Although late meal is only offered on weekdays, the need for late meal doesn’t disappear once Friday evening hits. In fact, students arguably need it even more on the weekends.”

“Although late meal is only offered on weekdays, the need for late meal doesn’t disappear once Friday evening hits. In fact, students arguably need it even more on the weekends.” 


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