Decisions to move individual classes to PDF-only will be made on a course-by-course basis.
Some students and professors expressed concern with the lack of an overarching University policy.
Citing a declaration from the World Health Organization of COVID-19’s status as a pandemic and heightened alerts from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the University is recalling students from Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, Kenya, Panama, the Middle East/North Africa region, Singapore, and South Africa.
The measures — listed under the COVID-19 section of the University website — instruct community members to “keep at least six feet between yourself and another person in all public places,” “avoid close contact,” and “limit in-person meetings.”
A potential case of COVID-19 in Mercer County has tested negative, according to state health officials. Meanwhile, Stanford University and Columbia University have announced a temporary shift to online classes.
Sarah Kliff stands among America’s preeminent health policy reporters. She sat down with The Daily Princetonian to discuss COVID-19, the price of healthcare, and former President Barack Obama.
“We strongly believe that this abhorrent omission fosters a non-inclusive and isolating environment on campus that makes me and many others feel out of place,” the digital petition reads. “It is ironic that the Center for ‘International’ Security Studies cannot accurately represent the global world and omits over 700 million people’s homes from their logo.”
Nicknamed “Beast Mode” for his explosive running style, Lynch’s speech will come just months after the University celebrated the 150th anniversary of college football and its role in founding the sport.
The Daily Princetonian sat down with Chris Lu ’88, former Assistant to the President and White House Cabinet Secretary for President Barack Obama. Lu discussed his time at Princeton, his days with Obama at Harvard Law School, and 2020 Democratic Candidates.
As of Tuesday evening, over 465 University students answered this and 18 other humorous questions for Datamatch, an annual matchmaking survey administered by students at Harvard College.