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The Wolves Previews

McCarter Theatre Center shifts to ‘mask optional,’ lifting long-standing COVID-19 mandate

McCarter’s newly relaxed COVID-19 guidelines went into effect for audiences last week. The theater’s current production of “The Wolves” is the first to be performed to unmasked audience members since 2020.

McCarter’s newly relaxed COVID-19 guidelines went into effect for audiences last week. The theater’s current production of “The Wolves” is the first to be performed to unmasked audience members since 2020.


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Q&A with Zach Sutton of Hippo Campus, 2022 fall Lawnparties headliner

The ‘Prince’ sat down with Zach Sutton, bassist of Lawnparties headliner band Hippo Campus, to discuss playing at a college campus, the genre shift from previous headliners, and more. 

The ‘Prince’ sat down with Zach Sutton, bassist of Lawnparties headliner band Hippo Campus, to discuss playing at a college campus, the genre shift from previous headliners, and more. 


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UHS releases statement on monkeypox detailing isolation, treatment guidelines ahead of fall

The email, detailing exposure, testing, and isolation protocols, as well as treatment options, marks the University’s first public acknowledgment of the virus.

The email, detailing exposure, testing, and isolation protocols, as well as treatment options, marks the University’s first public acknowledgment of the virus.


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Faculty report recommends criteria for Princeton to evaluate companies for fossil fuel dissociation

According to the report, contributing faculty “sought to develop metrics, standards and algorithms such that they could be updated in future years and potentially translated to other industry segments.”

According to the report, contributing faculty “sought to develop metrics, standards and algorithms such that they could be updated in future years and potentially translated to other industry segments.”


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Princeton enters partnership with HBCUs, announces new research initiative

The University will partner with five HBCUs — Howard University, Jackson State University, Prairie View A&M University, Spelman College, and the University of Maryland Eastern Shore — to fund research projects in all disciplines that are led by researchers from the HBCUs working with Princeton faculty.

The University will partner with five HBCUs — Howard University, Jackson State University, Prairie View A&M University, Spelman College, and the University of Maryland Eastern Shore — to fund research projects in all disciplines that are led by researchers from the HBCUs working with Princeton faculty.


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Plastic bag ban begins as second phase of NJ legislation takes effect

According to a bill passed by Gov. Phil Murphy and other lawmakers last year, NJ retailers and food service businesses will no longer be permitted to use or distribute single-use plastic bags. The bill goes into effect on May 4.

According to a bill passed by Gov. Phil Murphy and other lawmakers last year, NJ retailers and and food service businesses will no longer be permitted to use or distribute single-use plastic bags. The bill goes into effect on May 4.


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GSRC’s PrideFest kickstarts celebrations for Princeton’s Pride Month

Princeton’s Gender + Sexuality Resource Center (GSRC) and Pride Alliance, alongside other student groups and resource centers, organized the University’s first ever PrideFest to kick off Pride Month, which Princeton celebrates throughout April.

Princeton’s Gender + Sexuality Resource Center (GSRC) and Pride Alliance, alongside other student groups and resource centers, organized the University’s first ever PrideFest to kick off Pride Month, which Princeton celebrates throughout April.


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Singer and actress Ali Stroker speaks on disability representation on Broadway at AccessAbility Center event

Stroker, who made history in 2019 as the first wheelchair user to be nominated for and win a Tony Award, presented “Turning Limitations into Opportunities,” an original show, and discussed her experience navigating the professional musical theater world as person with a disability.

Stroker, who made history in 2019 as the first wheelchair user to be nominated for and win a Tony Award, presented “Turning Limitations into Opportunities,” an original show, and discussed her experience navigating the professional musical theater world as person with a disability.


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