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Princeton should allow students to take five years

The University of Rochester’s “Take Five Scholars” program allows students to take additional courses in a five-year time period to help students find the time to pursue an academic interest that is unrelated to their declared major. Some Princeton students would benefit from a similar program, and the University should make this an option for the student body. 

The University of Rochester’s “Take Five Scholars” program allows students to take additional courses in a five-year time period to help students find the time to pursue an academic interest that is unrelated to their declared major. Some Princeton students would benefit from a similar program, and the University should make this an option for the student body. 


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Reactions: Princeton’s run to the Sweet 16

Opinion columnists share their thoughts on the University’s recent basketball success and what it might mean for the campus moving forward. 

Opinion columnists share their thoughts on the University’s recent basketball successes and what it might mean for the campus moving forward. 


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Why Princeton must improve its package delivery system

“The University has seemed to neglect the need to consider other options for improving the University package system, like expanding service hours to include package processing on the weekends or establishing another delivery processing hub to lighten package traffic.”

“The University has seemed to neglect the need to consider other options for improving the University package system, like expanding service hours to include package processing on the weekends or establishing another delivery processing hub to lighten package traffic.”


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Rather than skip meals, let's have them delivered

“I propose a solution to improve eating habits and provide more food options for students: TigerEats, a service that would deliver meals from third-party apps, dining halls, and eating clubs directly to a student’s location.”

“I propose a solution to improve eating habits and provide more food options for students: TigerEats, a service that would deliver meals from third-party apps, dining halls, and eating clubs directly to a student’s location.” 


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Newer buildings must not stray from Princeton’s gothic roots

“The [new colleges’] monochrome brick walls look like they were copy-pasted, and the buildings themselves are void of the artistic beauty that Princeton is known for. Why settle for less?” 

“The [new colleges’] monochrome brick walls look like they were copy-pasted, and the buildings themselves are void of the artistic beauty that Princeton is known for. Why settle for less?”


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Let’s rethink Princeton’s residential college placement

“The random nature of residential college placement is one of its greatest flaws. I have yet to meet a person who feels they belong to their residential college as much as they belong to other campus groups.”

“The random nature of residential college placement is one of its greatest flaws. I have yet to meet a person who feels they belong to their residential college as much as they belong to other campus groups.”


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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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Let’s face it: The 2022 Beijing Olympics should have been boycotted

“As Princeton students, we are taught to act ‘in the service of the nation and in the service of humanity.’ Complacency toward the evils of China’s regime is a disservice to humanity.”

“As Princeton students, we are taught to act ‘in the service of the nation and in the service of humanity.’ Complacency toward the evils of China’s regime is a disservice to humanity.”


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