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Alumni free speech group says faculty committee upheld complaint against University related to Joshua Katz

Princetonians for Free Speech claims that according to sources it has been in contact with, an appeal filed by eight Princeton professors last fall has been upheld by the Princeton Committee on Conference and Faculty Appeal, though the official decision is yet to be released. 

Princetonians for Free Speech claims that according to sources it has been in contact with, an appeal filed by eight Princeton professors last fall has been upheld by the Princeton Committee on Conference and Faculty Appeal, though the official decision is yet to be released. 


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The many spring flowers of Princeton

“I’ve started lingering more, pausing to watch a bird poking at the ground or a butterfly fluttering past. Because of these moments of stillness, I’ve started paying more attention to the flowers that make my run so colorful.”

“I’ve started lingering more, pausing to watch a bird poking at the ground or a butterfly fluttering past. Because of these moments of stillness, I’ve started paying more attention to the flowers that make my run so colorful.”


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USG Senate upholds appeal over Caterpillar referendum, will withhold statement to University for or against referendum

USG’s email said that by its Constitution, “with a majority of student votes, Referendum 3 passes.”

USG’s email said that by its Constitution, “with a majority of student votes, Referendum 3 passes.”


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Off-campus group funds Facebook ad falsely claiming recent Caterpillar referendum failed to pass

Israel War Room, an organization with no Princeton affiliation, sponsored a Facebook ad that claimed the recent USG referendum calling on the University to halt its usage of Caterpillar construction machinery had failed to pass. In fact, preliminary results show the referendum passed and the results have yet to be certified.

Israel War Room, an organization with no Princeton affiliation, sponsored a Facebook ad that claimed the recent USG referendum calling on the University to halt its usage of Caterpillar construction machinery had failed to pass. In fact, preliminary results show the referendum passed and the results have yet to be certified.


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The art of looking up

“It feels whimsical, indulgent almost, to tell people I want to spend this era of my youth studying the stars.” Paige Cromley reflects on declaring as an Astrophysics major and the grounding experience of stargazing.

“It feels whimsical, indulgent almost, to tell people I want to spend this era of my youth studying the stars. However, I think there is something fundamentally grounding about the field — it seems significantly removed from human-scale worries.” Prospect Staff Writer Paige Cromley reflects on declaring as an Astrophysics major and the grounding experience of stargazing.


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National pro-Israel groups spend over $1K on sponsored ads denouncing USG referendum

National pro-Israel groups — Alums for Campus Fairness (ACF) and the Israel War Room (IWR) — have spent more than $1000 on Facebook ads which may have appeared upwards of 25,000 times. These ads encourage users to sign petitions and publicly denounce the USG referendum calling on the University to boycott the use of Caterpillar machinery. 

National pro-Israel groups — Alums for Campus Fairness (ACF) and the Israel War Room (IWR) — have spent more than $1000 on Facebook ads which may have appeared upwards of 25,000 times. These ads encourage users to sign petitions and publicly denounce the USG referendum calling on the University to boycott the use of Caterpillar machinery. 


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Responding to academic freedom group’s letter, Eisgruber resists removing segment on Prof. Joshua Katz from ‘To Be Known and Heard’

The AFA’s letter, sent to Eisgruber on March 27, had rebuked Nassau Hall for To Be Known and Heard’s segment on Katz, citing a concern that the administration was “systematically denouncing a sitting member of its own faculty.” 

The AFA’s letter, sent to Eisgruber on March 27, had rebuked Nassau Hall for To Be Known and Heard’s segment on Katz, citing a concern that the administration was “systematically denouncing a sitting member of its own faculty.”  


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A mysterious email, a scalpel, and a Princeton professor: The search for extinct wolves

Bridgette vonHoldt, a Princeton researcher specializing in canids, received a mysterious email from a curious citizen in Texas. The results of her analysis revealed the genetic material of an extinct wolf species maintained in a population of coyotes in Texas. Her continued exploration of these strange hybrid canines may hold the key to reviving the extinct wolf species in the future.

Bridgette vonHoldt, a Princeton researcher specializing in canids, received a mysterious email from a curious citizen in Texas. The results of her analysis revealed the genetic material of an extinct wolf species maintained in a population of coyotes in Texas. Her continued exploration of these strange hybrid canines may hold the key to reviving the extinct wolf species in the future.


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Campus groups host 'Mob Rule' panel on free speech and campus discourse

In a panel entitled “Mob Rule: The Illiberal Left’s Threat to Campus Discourse,” panelists professor Peter Boghossian, Ilya Shapiro ’99, and Samantha Harris ’99 discussed recent campus controversies and legal issues surrounding academic freedom.

In a panel entitled “Mob Rule: The Illiberal Left’s Threat to Campus Discourse,” panelists professor Peter Boghossian, Ilya Shapiro ’99, and Samantha Harris ’99 discussed recent campus controversies and legal issues surrounding academic freedom.


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Divest Princeton files legal complaint to N.J. Attorney General

The complaint alleges that the University has violated New Jersey state law, specifically the New Jersey Uniform Prudent Management of Institutional Funds Act, by continuing to invest in fossil fuels.

The complaint alleges that the University has violated New Jersey state law, specifically the New Jersey Uniform Prudent Management of Institutional Funds Act, by continuing to invest in fossil fuels.


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