Decisions to move individual classes to PDF-only will be made on a course-by-course basis.
“Larry Bacow is a terrific leader in higher education and a friend,” University President Christopher L. Eisgruber ’83 wrote in a statement sent to The Daily Princetonian. “I hope that he and Adele recover quickly.”
“Really the best thing for everyone in the family would have been for me to stay put,” said Alonso Perez-Putnam ’21, of Princeton in Cuba. “But Princeton doesn’t see it that way”
A University spokesperson updated The Daily Princetonian that the “sole student” who had tested positive on campus has “met the critical criteria for discontinuation of isolation” and has since left campus.
In the wake of new changes to federal immigration policy, local advocacy groups like the Latin American Legal Defense and Education Fund are working to help immigrants preserve their access to medical care.
This is not this Bridge Year group’s first major disruption. The students originally planned to spend their time in Bolivia but were relocated from Tiquipaya in November following a controversial, contested election result and “significant civil unrest” nearby.
Violating the order could result in fines or imprisonment.
The sixth Princeton resident to test positive recently returned from a trip to Spain and developed symptoms while in isolation in the United States. The seventh was a “close contact” of an attendee of the Feb. 29 house party affiliated with all other positive test results in Princeton.
As of today’s announcement, University Health Services (UHS) has tested three students. The first student tested in McCosh Health Center’s results came back negative yesterday. One of the students awaiting results is “currently self-isolating on campus at a UHS designated site,” while the other is “self-isolating at home.”
Though the curfew is only a recommendation, all “non-essential retail, recreational, and entertainment businesses” will be forced to close after 8 p.m. each night.