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Eisgruber speaks on mental health, role of activism, faculty diversity

In an interview with the ‘Prince,’ University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 responds to questions on the student mental health crisis, the role activism played in fossil fuel dissociation, public service among University alumni, and Nassau Hall’s goals of increasing faculty diversity.

In an interview with the ‘Prince,’ University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 responds to questions on the student mental health crisis, the role activism played in fossil fuel dissociation, public service among University alumni, and Nassau Hall’s goals of increasing faculty diversity.


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Princeton president Christopher Eisgruber ’83 discusses expansion of STEM and affirmative action

Eisgruber, in the first part of a two-part interview with The Daily Princetonian, stated that the expansion of the engineering school was his top priority for the next five years. He also reflected on current debates on the affirmative action case being heard in the Supreme Court. 

Eisgruber, in the first part of a two-part interview with The Daily Princetonian, stated that the expansion of the engineering school was his top priority for the next five years. He also reflected on current debates on the affirmative action case being heard in the Supreme Court. 


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Eisgruber names ‘rebuilding and fortifying’ Engineering School as top priority for coming 5 years

President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 told the ‘Prince’ that his top priority for the next five years is expanding the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences outside of its current home, which he described as “a 1962 building that looks depressingly like my high school.”

President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 told the ‘Prince’ that his top priority for the next five years is expanding the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences outside of its current home, which he described as “a 1962 building that looks depressingly like my high school.”


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Arch named in honor of Princeton’s sole Japanese student during WWII

During his time at Princeton, Kentaro Ikeda ’44 was the only Japanese student on campus, and he faced significant challenges related to the war and treatment of Japanese Americans.

During his time at Princeton, Kentaro Ikeda ’44 was the only Japanese student on campus, and he faced significant challenges related to the war and treatment of Japanese Americans.


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Increased student body size prompts excess enrollment in introductory STEM courses

As the University welcomes two new residential colleges and its largest first-year class in history, introductory course enrollment has increased, leading to classroom and teaching practice changes for some classes. Some faculty and students have expressed concern.

As the University welcomes two new residential colleges and its largest first-year class in history, introductory course enrollment has increased, leading to classroom and teaching practice changes for some classes. Some faculty and students have expressed concern.


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Largest incoming class in Princeton’s history welcomed in Opening Exercises, Pre-Rade

Opening Exercises took place outside of Nassau Hall for the first time, instead of inside the University Chapel, as has been tradition since 1929.

Opening Exercises took place outside of Nassau Hall for the first time, instead of inside the University Chapel, as has been tradition since 1929.


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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 | 01/30/2023

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