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New Rocky ADSL Fung-Janardhan talks mental health in interview

Monica Fung-Janardhan has recently been named Assistant Dean for Student Life of Rockefeller College. She sat down for an interview with the ‘Prince’ to explain her previous positions and plans for her time at the University.

Monica Fung-Janardhan has recently been named Assistant Dean for Student Life of Rockefeller College. She sat down for an interview with the ‘Prince’ to explain her previous positions and plans for her time at the University.


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Cloister Inn to stay afloat through spring semester

Cloister Inn's Graduate Board of Governors reported that the eating club had raised over $100,000 in two weeks in an “unprecedented show of support.” Their letter emphasized that while the club will have enough funds to operate for the spring semester, the long-term future of Cloister is still uncertain. 

Cloister Inn's Graduate Board of Governors reported that the eating club had raised over $100,000 in two weeks in an “unprecedented show of support.” Their letter emphasized that while the club will have enough funds to operate for the spring semester, the long-term future of Cloister is still uncertain. 


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Under water, Cloister risks closure and floats sophomore takeover

This is not the first time that Cloister has faced serious threats to its existence. In 1985, the club almost closed after recruiting only 11 new members during the sign-in period. In 1993, Cloister leadership staged a “takeover” by sophomores in order to revive lackluster membership. 

This is not the first time that Cloister has faced serious threats to its existence. In 1985, the club almost closed after recruiting only 11 new members during the sign-in period. In 1993, Cloister leadership staged a “takeover” by sophomores in order to revive lackluster membership. 


Students stand in front of stone building with signs that express union solidarity.

Conversations about unionizing undergraduate workers begin amid nationwide wave of unionization

An anonymous student worker at Princeton told The Daily Princetonian that they were approached by a member of the Princeton chapter of Young Democratic Socialists of America (YDSA) about joining undergraduate student worker unionization efforts.

An anonymous student worker at Princeton told The Daily Princetonian that they were approached by a member of the Princeton chapter of Young Democratic Socialists of America (YDSA) about joining undergraduate student worker unionization efforts.


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At Whig event, Cornel West GS ’80 avoids topic of presidential run at University request

Instead, a key point of discussion was on West’s repeated calls for the U.S. to cease their involvement in the war in Ukraine and clashes with Harvard’s former president over his pro-Palestine politics.

Instead, a key point of discussion was on West’s repeated calls for the U.S. to cease their involvement in the war in Ukraine and clashes with Harvard’s former president over his pro-Palestine politics.


Members of GAASA from Princeton, Harvard, Penn, and Cornell smile for a photo.

Generational African American students build a community on campus

Until recently, Generational African American students didn’t have an organization specific to their community on campus. That changed with the founding of the Generational African American Students Association (GAASA) one year ago.

Until recently, Generational African American students didn’t have an organization specific to their community on campus. That changed with the founding of the Generational African American Students Association (GAASA) one year ago.


Featured is a glass room with wood borders with the words "AccessAbility Center" on the front. The room has a bright blue door and paler blue walls.

Director of Accessibility and Disability Services retires after 17 years at Princeton

Erickson’s retirement marks another moment of turnover for the University. Administrators, including Dean of the College Jill Dolan, the Director of the Office of Sustainability Shana Weber, and the Deputy Dean of Undergraduate Students Thomas Dunne all announced their leave from the University in the past year.


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SPIA professor's research focuses on racial health disparities post pandemic

Professor Noreen Goldman and her colleagues recently published “The impact of COVID-19 on life expectancy among four Asian American subgroups,” deconstructing aggregate data about Asian American life expectancies after the pandemic.

Professor Noreen Goldman and her colleagues recently published “The impact of COVID-19 on life expectancy among four Asian American subgroups,” deconstructing aggregate data about Asian American life expectancies after the pandemic.


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Princeton consulting clubs reflect on pro-bono culture in light of compensation debates

The University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business recently became one of the first universities to ban student-run consulting clubs from charging fees.

The University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business recently became one of the first universities to ban student-run consulting clubs from charging fees.


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