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Taleeb Noormohamed ’98, Canadian Member of Parliament, talks Princeton, Canada, and global affairs

The ‘Prince’ sat down with Noormohamed for a conversation on his time at Princeton, stopping misinformation, and his role in the Canadian Parliament.

The ‘Prince’ sat down with Noormohamed for a conversation on his time at Princeton, stopping misinformation, and his role in the Canadian Parliament.


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Canadian politician Taleeb Noormohamed ’98 speaks on international affairs

Taleeb Noormohamed ’98, a Canadian politician and member of Parliament, was recently hosted as a speaker in an event sponsored by the Princeton Canadians Club. The talk was moderated by visiting journalism lecturer Razia Iqbal, and touched on various topics of international and domestic current affairs.

Taleeb Noormohamed ’98, a Canadian politician and member of Parliament, was recently hosted as a speaker in an event sponsored by the Princeton Canadians Club. The talk was moderated by visiting journalism lecturer Razia Iqbal, and touched on various topics of international and domestic current affairs.


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As University investigates, student reflects on incident of lewdness in Frist Campus Center

Deputy University Spokesperson Michael Hotchkiss wrote in an email to the ‘Prince’ that “the University is investigating the issue and taking action through appropriate channels.”

Deputy University Spokesperson Michael Hotchkiss wrote in an email to the ‘Prince’ that “the University is investigating the issue and taking action through appropriate channels.”


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Maria Ressa ’86 prevented from leaving the Philippines on her way to be honored at Princeton Alumni Day

Maria Ressa ’86 is scheduled to receive the Woodrow Wilson Award at Princeton Alumni Day on Saturday, Feb. 19, and to speak at a panel hosted by the University’s Program in Journalism on Thursday, Feb. 17.

Maria Ressa ’86 is scheduled to receive the Woodrow Wilson Award at Princeton Alumni Day on Saturday, Feb. 19, and to speak at a panel hosted by the University’s Program in Journalism on Thursday, Feb. 17.


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PGSU, Princeton Disability Collective petition Princeton to provide remote learning options

The petition, which was posted to the front doorway and stairs of Nassau Hall and sent out to students and staff, had 363 signatures as of Jan. 23.   

The petition, which was posted to the front doorway and stairs of Nassau Hall and sent out to students and staff, had 363 signatures as of Jan. 23.  


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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.


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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. 


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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. 


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