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Nassau Hall, a large Renaissance-style building with ivy on the walls and a bell tower on top, surrounded by fall leaves.

Eisgruber issues statement in response to congressional hearings on antisemitism

In the statement, Eisgruber condemned antisemitic speech on campus, highlighted Princeton’s robust free speech protections, and emphasized the responsibility of the institution to push back on hateful speech.

In the statement, Eisgruber condemned antisemitic speech on campus, highlighted Princeton’s robust free speech protections, and the responsibility of the institution to push back on hateful speech.


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Eisgruber doesn’t want to be the most interesting person in the room

In a profile published in the spring on the occasion of Eisgruber’s tenth anniversary in office, faculty and students remarked on a bureaucratic and impersonal approach to leadership. 

In a profile published in the spring on the occasion of Eisgruber’s tenth anniversary in office, faculty and students remarked on a bureaucratic and impersonal approach to leadership.


A crowd of students gathers in front of a large brick building covered with ivy. The students hold signs and raise their fists up in the air. One student in the front of the crowd holds a Palestinian flag up in the air.

Hundreds participate in walkout in support of Palestine, dozens join counterprotest

Amid a day of walkouts across college campuses nationwide, hundreds of students gathered to rally in solidarity with Palestine on Wednesday, Oct. 25.

Amidst a day of walkouts across college campuses nationwide, hundreds of students gathered to rally in solidarity with Palestine on Wednesday, Oct. 25.


A truck with a screen reading "DEAN JAMAL: WHY DO YOU CODDLE ANTISEMITISM” and with images of a bed with bloodied sheets and a group of protesters holding Palestinian flags.

After sending a truck accusing SPIA Dean of coddling antisemitism, off-campus group issues private apology

Alums for Campus Fairness, a national organization which aims to fight antisemitism on college and university campuses in the United States, sent a truck to Princeton accusing Dean of School of Public and International Affairs Amaney Jamal of "coddling antisemitism."

Alums for Campus Fairness, a national organization which aims to fight antisemitism on college and university campuses in the United States, sent a truck to Princeton accusing Dean of School of Public and International Affairs Amaney Jamal of "coddling antisemitism."


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For international students, legal constraints make finding employment a unique struggle

Employers often face a number of financial and legal burdens in sponsoring international students, leading to hardships in finding job opportunities.

Employers often face a number of financial and legal burdens in sponsoring international students, leading to hardships in finding job opportunities.


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As class sizes expand, Nassau Hall becomes the center of Opening Exercises

For the second year in a row, Opening Exercises were held in front of Nassau Hall, rather than their traditional location of the University Chapel, signaling a historic change in the ceremony that marks the beginning of students’ academic careers.

For the second year in a row, opening exercises were held in front of Nassau Hall, rather than their traditional location of the University Chapel, signaling a historic change in the ceremony that marks the beginning of students’ academic careers.


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EXCLUSIVE | Profs. Allen Guelzo, Matthew Karp discuss judicial supremacy, politicization of courts

News writers Sandeep Mangat ’23 and Katherine Dailey ’24 sit down with Professor Allen Guelzo, Director of the James Madison Program Initiative on Politics and Statesmanship, and Associate Professor of History Matthew Karp. They discuss judicial supremacy, the politicization of courts, and the implications that Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s potential confirmation could have on the future of the Supreme Court. Edited by Uanne Chang ’24. Head Multimedia Editor: Mark Dodici ’22 Associate Video Editor: Mindy Burton ’23 www.dailyprincetonian.com

NEWS | 05/26/2024

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