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Butler College’s Studio ’34 faces staff shortage, remains closed

Studio ’34, a store located in the Butler College basement that offers late-night snack options, has remained closed since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic due to staffing shortages. 

Studio '34, a store located in the Butler College basement that offers late-night snack options, has remained closed since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic due to staffing shortages. 


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Princeton international students react to Biden announcement on STEM visa expansions

The new policy adds 22 new disciplines in the Optional Practical Training (OPT), permitting students in those degree programs to remain in the United States for as long as three years after graduation. 

The new policy adds 22 new disciplines in the Optional Practical Training (OPT), permitting students in those degree programs to remain in the United States for as long as three years after graduation.  


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Princeton names 14 SINSI Scholars in program’s 15th year

“Once again, we had a spectacular group of candidates, deeply committed to service here and in their home communities. Their range of interests and experiences will be of great value to the federal government,” Co-Directors of the Scholars in the Nation’s Service Initiative Frederick Barton and Kathryn Lunney said in the SPIA announcement.

“Once again, we had a spectacular group of candidates, deeply committed to service here and in their home communities. Their range of interests and experiences will be of great value to the federal government,” Co-Directors of the Scholars in the Nation’s Service Initiative Frederick Barton and Kathryn Lunney said in the SPIA announcement.


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Princeton researchers develop world’s purest sample of gallium arsenide

“The new samples/materials have only about 1 part per 10 billion impurities, meaning there is only one unwanted atom (impurity) for every 10 billion wanted atoms,” ECE Professor Mansour Shayegan wrote. “This is like having only one bad person on Earth!”

“The new samples/materials have only about 1 part per 10 billion impurities, meaning there is only one unwanted atom (impurity) for every 10 billion wanted atoms,” ECE Professor Mansour Shayegan wrote. “This is like having only one bad person on Earth!”


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Julia Berndtsson ’23 co-authors paper presenting possible planet beyond Milky Way

A group of physicists and researchers, including Julia Berndtsson ’23, reported finding evidence of the existence of a planet transiting a star in an external galaxy, marking the first such potential ‘exoplanet’ ever detected outside the Milky Way.

A group of physicists and researchers, including Julia Berndtsson ’23, reported finding evidence of the existence of a planet transiting a star in an external galaxy, marking the first such potential ‘exoplanet’ ever detected outside the Milky Way.


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NJ legislation partially banning plastic straws now in effect

As of Nov. 7, Wawa has updated its store policy in accordance with the legislation. Signs near coffee counters now read: “Please ask a register associate if you need a straw.”

As of Nov. 7, Wawa has updated its store policy in accordance with the legislation. Signs near coffee counters now read: “Please ask a register associate if you need a straw.”


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Princeton revises winter break housing guidelines

In an Oct. 29 memo to students from Dean of the College Jill Dolan and Vice President for Campus Life W. Rochelle Calhoun, only students participating in the Continuous Housing program and select student athletes are allowed to remain on campus over Winter Break 2021.

In an Oct. 29 memo to students from Dean of the College Jill Dolan and Vice-President for Campus Life W. Rochelle Calhoun, only students participating in the Continuous Housing program and select student athletes are allowed to remain on campus over Winter Break 2021.


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Scholar Kate Crawford speaks on the social implications of AI technology

The conversation drew on Crawford’s latest book, “The Atlas of AI: Power, Politics and the Planetary Costs of Artificial Intelligence,” and covered the role of AI in a capitalist framework, its inherent biases, and efforts to democratize the technology.

The conversation drew on Crawford’s latest book, “The Atlas of AI: Power, Politics and the Planetary Costs of Artificial Intelligence,” and covered the role of AI in a capitalist framework, its inherent biases, and efforts to democratize the technology.


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