As the clock struck midnight on July 1, the campus community experienced a change far more significant than flipping to the next page on the calendar — the date marked the end of former College President R. Barbara Gitenstein’s time as the school’s leader and the beginning of College President Kathryn Foster’s tenure. […]
Students and faculty are grieving the loss of John Leustek, an assistant professor in the Department of Communication Studies and the Department of Public Health. Leustek died on Monday, June 11 at the age of 30 after a battle with cancer. […]
On April 25, at approximately 2:45 a.m., three Campus Police officers responded to Cromwell Hall in reference to an intoxicated female student. Upon arrival, Campus Police met with a community adviser, who stated that a female student had advised him that her friend was vomiting in her room, police said. […]
Student Government awarded College President R. Barbara Gitenstein a commendation for her diligent service, heard from the Student Finance Board, proposed a bill on livestreaming general body meetings and passed a resolution decrying mandatory edTPA requirements for education majors at its general body meeting on April 25. […]
Kendall Hall Room 133, once an overcrowded classroom in desperate need of renovation, is now equipped with brand new Apple desktop computers, audio mixers and 60-inch monitors on each wall that can display images from any of the computers in the room. […]
After President Donald Trump appointed multiple climate change skeptics to his Cabinet, Jonathan Lu, a senior computer science major at Princeton University, knew he had a duty to advocate for change. Instead of just raising awareness on Princeton’s campus, Lu was determined to make waves on a national level.