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Chebbi, Johnson, and Ugwonali advance to YAT general election

The three Young Alumni Trustee (YAT) candidates moving forward to the general election are Aisha Chebbi ’24, Sydney S. Johnson ’24, and Chioma Ugwonali ’24. The candidates won the primary election, coming out on top of a pool of 27 candidates.

The three Young Alumni Trustee (YAT) candidates moving forward to the general election are Aisha Chebbi ’24, Sydney S. Johnson ’24, and Chioma Ugwonali ’24. The candidates won the primary election, coming out on top of a pool of 27 candidates.


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Eliza Griswold ’95 named director of Princeton’s Program in Journalism

Griswold, who graduated with a degree in English, is a contributing writer for The New Yorker. In an interview with the ‘Prince,’ she talked bridging ideological divides, election coverage, and enhancing the interdisciplinary nature of the program.

Griswold, who graduated with a degree in English, is a contributing writer for The New Yorker. In an interview with the ‘Prince,’ she talked bridging ideological divides, election coverage, and enhancing the interdisciplinary nature of the program.


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CPUC discusses renewed mental health nonprofit partnership, proposes to set policy on recording meetings

At the meeting of the Council of the Princeton University Community on Monday, March 18, the committee discussed the University’s mental health initiatives, the third annual Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Report, and introduced a potential new policy that would prohibit video recording of future CPUC meetings.

At the Monday, March 18 meeting of the Council of the Princeton University Community, the committee discussed the University’s mental health initiatives, the third annual Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Report, and introduced a potential new policy that would prohibit video recording of future CPUC meetings.


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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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Emailed threat of violence against campus Jewish community assessed as ‘low credibility’

Members of the Princeton University community received a TigerAlert on Friday, Feb. 23 about an email sent to multiple community members containing threats against the Jewish community on campus. The Department of Public Safety "assessed the credibility of the threat as low." According to the alert, members of other U.S. university communities received identical emailed threats.

Members of the Princeton University community received a TigerAlert on Friday, Feb. 23 about an email sent to multiple community members containing threats against the Jewish community on campus. The Department of Public Safety "assessed the credibility of the threat as low." According to the alert, members of other U.S. university communities received identical emailed threats. 


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Alice McGuinness ’24 and Nathalie Verlinde ’24 win Sachs scholarships

On Feb. 15, the University announced that Alice McGuinness ’24 and Nathalie Verlinde ’24 were awarded the Sachs scholarships. McGuinness, a senior in the history department, received the David M. Sachs Class of 1960 Graduating Scholarship, and Verlinde, a senior in the molecular biology department, was awarded the Sachs Global Scholarship.

On Feb. 15, the University announced that Alice McGuinness ’24 and Nathalie Verlinde ’24 were awarded the Sachs scholarships. McGuinness, a senior in the history department, received the David M. Sachs Class of 1960 Graduating Scholarship, and Verlinde, a senior in the molecular biology department, was awarded the Sachs Global Scholarship.


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As NJ Transit set to increase fares by 15 percent on July 1, an expert and an advocacy group weigh in

To prevent service cuts and make up for budget shortfalls, NJ Transit has proposed a 15 percent fare increase to take effect on July 1, followed by 3 percent fare increases each year.

To prevent service cuts and make up for budget shortfalls, NJ Transit has proposed a 15 percent fare increase to take effect on July 1, followed by 3 percent fare increases each year.


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Princeton-Iran ties again under scrutiny as Congress investigates research fellow

The House Committee on Education and the Workforce announced that it is launching an investigation into research fellow Seyed Hossein Mousavian, amid allegations that Mousavian is using his position to advance the interests of Iran.

The House Committee on Education and the Workforce announced that it is launching an investigation into research fellow Seyed Hossein Mousavian, amid allegations that Mousavian is using his position to advance the interests of Iran.


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Kidnapping of Princeton graduate student raises questions about University travel policies

After Elizabeth Tsurkov, a graduate student in the School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA), was kidnapped in July while conducting dissertation research in Baghdad, questions have arisen about the University’s travel policies. The ‘Prince’ spoke to graduate students and University officials about the seemingly ambiguous travel approval process.


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ORFE graduate students allege lack of departmental support

Students within the cohort cited a shortage of advisers, a lack of departmental support, and insufficient opportunities for pay that resulted from the over enrollment. The ‘Prince’ spoke to two current and two former students in the class about their experience in ORFE.

Students within the cohort cited a shortage of advisors, a lack of departmental support, and insufficient opportunities for pay that resulted from the overenrollment. The ‘Prince’ spoke to two current and two former students in the class about their experience in ORFE.


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