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Mark Dodici / The Daily Princetonian

Princeton recommends some staff work remotely until Jan. 31 as cases rise among faculty and staff

The overall campus positivity rate currently sits at just over 5 percent for the week of Dec. 25-31 and the campus risk status has been elevated to “High,” according to the University dashboard.

The overall campus positivity rate currently sits at just over 5 percent for the week of Dec. 25-31 and the campus risk status has been elevated to “High,” according to the University dashboard.


Community members outside of Jadwin Gym at around 11:50 a.m., prior to the Pfizer vaccine clinic opening. The line would grow in the coming hours.
Zachary Shevin / The Daily Princetonian

Community members wait hours for boosters, isolation housing expands amid COVID-19 spike

As COVID-19 cases and isolation dorm occupancy reach new highs, students and community members wait in line for hours to receive their booster shots. 

As COVID-19 cases and isolation dorm occupancy reach new highs, students and community members wait in line for hours to receive their booster shots. 


Signs on a  pedestrian crosswalk on Nassau street
Sidney Singer / The Daily Princetonian 

Multiple community members report being struck by vehicles, spurring pedestrian safety concerns

At least four people — including one undergraduate student, two graduate students, and one staff member — have been struck by cars on and around campus in the past two months. Concerns for pedestrian safety have become visible in the Princeton community lately, including at a recent CPUC meeting. 

At least four people — including one undergraduate student, two graduate students, and one staff member — have been struck by cars on and around campus in the past two months. Concerns for pedestrian safety have become visible in the Princeton community lately, including at a recent CPUC meeting. 


The Starbucks storefront on Nassau Street
Mark Dodici / The Daily Princetonian

Nassau Street Starbucks reduces hours due to labor shortage

The Starbucks on Nassau Street has drastically decreased its hours due to staffing issues within the store. Its operating hours are now from 6 a.m. to 12 p.m. on weekdays, and it is closed on weekends. The previous hours were as early as 5:30 a.m. and as late as 7:30 p.m. The store will return to its normal hours when it has enough employees to properly staff each shift.

The Starbucks on Nassau Street has drastically decreased its hours due to staffing issues within the store. Its operating hours are now from 6 a.m. to 12 p.m. on weekdays, and it is closed on weekends. The previous hours were as early as 5:30 a.m. and as late as 7:30 p.m. The store will return to its normal hours when it has enough employees to properly staff each shift. 


Lawnparties headliner A$AP Ferg, performing in concert in 2013.
“ASAP Ferg Live In Concert,” by CZR-E for The Come Up Show / CC-BY 2.0

A$AP Ferg announced as new headliner two days before Lawnparties

A$AP Ferg, an American rapper from Harlem, New York, is a member of the hip hop collective known as the A$AP Mob, which includes other artists like A$AP Rocky and A$AP Nast. He has over 11 million monthly listeners on Spotify, and his biggest hit ‘Plain Jane’ has over 500 million listens.

A$AP Ferg, an American rapper from Harlem, New York, is a member of the hip hop collective known as the A$AP Mob, which includes other artists like A$AP Rocky and A$AP Nast. He has over 11 million monthly listeners on Spotify, and his biggest hit ‘Plain Jane’ has over 500 million listens.


LANY performing live at the Shrine Expo Hall in Los Angeles, California, on Friday, June 28, 2019.
Justin Higuchi / CC BY 2.0

USG removes LANY as Lawnparties headliner amid allegations of inappropriate conduct

USG’s decision comes after many students expressed concern with the announcement of the headliner after allegations of predatory behavior, manipulation, and emotional abuse came to light about lead singer Paul Klein.

USG’s decision comes after many students expressed concern with the announcement of the headliner after allegations of predatory behavior, manipulation, and emotional abuse came to light about lead singer Paul Klein.


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