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Rebecca Cunningham


A man in a black and orange striped blazer and orange tie stands next to a podium adorned with a Princeton University crest.

Eisgruber defends diversity, excellence, and free speech in eighth State of the University letter

In the letter, Eisgruber commented on the congressional hearing involving MIT, Penn, and Harvard and their responses to antisemitism, defended free speech, and emphasized his belief that great diversity and academic excellence can coexist.

In the letter, Eisgruber commented on the congressional hearing involving MIT, Penn, and Harvard and their responses to antisemitism, defended free speech, and emphasized his belief that great diversity and academic excellence can coexist.


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USG advertises existing syllabus library, though only subset of courses included

The McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning first launched the syllabus library in 2021. Although the library does not include syllabi for all courses, the USG Academics Committee is working to add more, and to make the resource known to the student body.

The McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning first launched the syllabus library in 2021. Although the library does not include syllabi for all courses, the USG Academics Committee is working to add more, and to make the resource known to the student body.


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New Frist Health Center bolsters legacy of historic Princeton family

The University announced a plan to replace McCosh Health Center last week, funded by a “major gift” from Dr. Thomas Frist Jr. a billionaire physician-businessman and brother to former senate majority leader William Frist ’74. The Frists claim three generations of Princetonians and rank among the University’s largest donor families.

The University announced a plan to replace McCosh Health Center last week, funded by a “major gift” from Dr. Thomas Frist Jr. a billionaire physician-businessman and brother to former senate majority leader William Frist ’74. The Frists claim three generations of Princetonians and rank among the University’s largest donor families.


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Outdoor activities and food trucks draw more than 2000 to Community Care Day

On Oct. 27, the University held a recreational day with programming including activities and free food as part of a broader campus focus on mental health.

On Oct. 27, the University held a recreational day with programming including activities and free food as part of a broader campus focus on mental health.


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Following mail service changes, delayed processing times persist past move-in

A high volume of incoming packages at the start of the semester coincided with mail services system changes implemented over the summer. Some students expressed frustration with long processing times.

A high volume of incoming packages at the start of the semester coincided with mail services system changes implemented over the summer. Some students expressed frustration with long processing times.


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Another warning about social media, this time from a former Swedish PM

Former Swedish Prime Minister and current Leader of the Opposition Magdalena Andersson sat down with The Daily Princetonian, after speaking to students at an event hosted by the Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination on Tuesday.

Former Swedish Prime Minister and current Leader of the Opposition Magdalena Andersson sat down with The Daily Princetonian, after speaking to students at an event hosted by the Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination on Tuesday.


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Late meal is now just ‘meal’ as hours expand

Campus dining expanded the hours for late meal, which will be available from 11:00 a.m. to 4 p.m. for lunch and 8:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. after dinner, with a newly increased allowance of nine dollars and fifty cents.

Campus dining expanded the hours for late meal, which will be available from 11:00 a.m. to 4 p.m. for lunch and 8:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. after dinner, with a newly increased allowance of nine dollars and fifty cents.


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Media criticism of book on fall seminar syllabus echoed by Center for Jewish Life

On Monday, Rabbi Gil Steinlauf of the University’s Center for Jewish Life (CJL) sent a letter to the CJL community expressing concern over the inclusion of the text and urging the NES Department to reconsider its use.

On Monday, Rabbi Gil Steinlauf of the University’s Center for Jewish Life (CJL) sent a letter to the CJL community expressing concern over the inclusion of the text and urging the NES Department to reconsider its use.


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As campus expands, all student mailing addresses changed

Under the new policy, email notifications about deliveries will arrive from lockers@princeton.edu, letter mail collection will move to Frist 110, and each student will get a new Frist mailbox locker number. 

Under the new policy, email notifications about deliveries will arrive from lockers@princeton.edu, letter mail collection will move to Frist 110, and each student will get a new Frist mailbox locker number. 


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Unidad Latina en Acción, University groups rally for May Day as labor efforts proceed on campus

“Around 150 Mercer County area residents and workers, as well as University students and staff gathered with picket signs, banners, and megaphones, demanding equal rights for workers and migrant workers in the local Princeton and New Jersey community on May 1.”

“Around 150 Mercer County area residents and workers, as well as University students and staff gathered with picket signs, banners, and megaphones, demanding equal rights for workers and migrant workers in the local Princeton and New Jersey community on May 1. The event was held as an annual demonstration in recognition of International Workers’ Day, otherwise known as  May Day.”


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