At 7 p.m. tonight, the University will accept 1,152 new students to the Class of 2023, who, along with the 743 students offered admission during the single-choice early action, will comprise the accepted class. Overall, the University accepted 1,895 students out of an applicant pool of 32,804, representing a 5.77 percent acceptance rate.
The Hidden Chaplains Initiative was launched in the fall of 2017, allowing students to recognize a member of the University community who serves as an unofficial “chaplain” for them in any number of ways.
“The event is about drawing attention to the tragedy of abortion, but also about celebrating human life, welcoming all the joy and unexpectedness that it entails,” Cavazos said. “The March for Life is one of the most joyful and happy events that I continually attend.”
Students at the University will have one less leafy green option at the dining halls, until the CDC releases new information about the nationwide E. coli outbreak in romaine lettuce.
Princeton Latinos y Amigos and the Association of Latinx Activism and Service (ALAS) hosted a panel on Friday, Nov. 16 to discuss these effects of Hurricane Maria. The panel comprised computer science lecturer Alan Kaplan, Writing Program lecturer Dannelle Gutarra Cordero, Latin American Studies Librarian Fernando Acosta-Rodriguez, and Jose Pabon ’19.
Students were all eyes last night as the country’s fate unfolded. Hundreds crowded into Whig Hall to watch the midterm election results and eat 1,000 Chick-fil-A nuggets, 30 boxes of pizza, and 200 doughnuts. It was an event organized by Whig-Clio, with the support of USG and ODUS on the Vote100 campaign.
From a movie screening of Selena to a Casino themed fall gala, students have been celebrating Latinx culture on campus. Princeton Latinos y Amigos, Carl A. Field Center for Equality and Princeton University Latinx Perspectives Organization successfully organized the annual Latinx Heritage Month. The term latinx is a gender-neutral alternative to Latino or Latino
Students can now get foods like chicken and waffles, vegan mac and cheese, dumplings, Korean fried chicken, build-your-own salads, and pho in the late meal servery on Frist’s A-level. Plastic water bottles have been replaced with boxed water, in an effort to be more environmentally friendly. And students craving late meal quesadillas will no longer order them in the same spot, since the quesadilla section is now combined with the pizza section.
“In response to the CDC warning, Campus Dining reviewed the sourcing of its romaine lettuce and determined it is not from the affected region,” said acting University spokesperson Michael Hotchkiss.
On Friday, the Princeton Pride Alliance hung up 50 posters around campus to advertise an ice cream social for prospective Class of 2022 students visiting for Preview. Over the course of the weekend, however, the majority of the posters were torn or went missing.