USG was able to get back almost all of the money spent on Lawnparties, including a refund for the headliner, on the condition that the artist remains hired as Fall 2020’s lead act. The identity of the artist will not be revealed until the fall.
All of this year’s fellows will pursue careers in academia. According to the Graduate School’s website, “previous Jacobus winners have gone on to become leaders in all fields including academia, business, industry, and government.”
A team comprised of students, faculty, and administrators on the Transportation Advisory Council (TAC) and from Transportation & Parking Services (TPS) began studying Princeton’s transit network in September 2019 to “explore ideas that can make walking and biking ‘irresistible,’” according to the TPS website.
The businesses and institutions contacted by The Daily Princetonian already designate most single-occupancy bathrooms as gender-neutral.
In order to prevent the outbreak from spreading further, University Facilities and Dining Services is undertaking “enhanced cleaning protocols in residential dormitories, athletic facilities and dining venues,” according to Robin Izzo, the Executive Director of Environmental Health and Safety (EHS).
The return of student photos to Tigerbook resulted from the temporary aggregation of student photos by the developer, George Kopf, and is reflective of changes in student privacy.