Jessica Li
Co-Editor, The Tab Princeton

Princeton triumphs in court as judge resumes DACA

Complaint brought by the university and Princeton senior affirmed in district court

Princeton will not divest from Private Prisons

Resources Committee notes University has no investment in for-profit prisons

Princeton debating society votes in favor of resolution to ban all guns

After debate, both sides agreed the resolution was extreme

Roaming deer in Wu Dining Hall greets Princetonians from break

‘Bambi escaped,’ says Princeton spokesperson Daniel Day

BREAKING: Standoff ended, armed man shot dead at Panera Bread near Princeton University

A five hour standoff ended after gunman was shot dead

Federal Judge dismisses Title IX suit filed by gay, ex-graduate student at Princeton

The plaintiffs have filed an appeal

“I’m going to snipe you, I’m going to get you,” says ex-employee to Terrace Club manager

“That is the last time you are going to yell at me”

Police looking for ex-Terrace staff member who returned to premises and threatened club

‘Terrace received a phone call from him, threatening the club’

Princeton Police tickets students for jay-walking across Washington Rd

Don’t jay-walk near Terrace club unless you want to get fined $54

Princeton to give full consideration for current applicants suspended for gun-reform protests

Applicants are encouraged to submit an explanatory note

Pyne Prize winner Newby Parton describes his journey from a low-income Appalachian town to Princeton’s highest honor

John ‘Newby’ Parton was named one of two Pyne Prize recipients

Students walk out after Princeton professor uses n-word in class

‘What is worse, a white man punching a black man, or a white man calling a black man a n****r?’

Princeton junior dies in New York hospital

Our hearts go out to all those affected by this tragedy

Dolan: three referenda stayed will be considered by student-faculty committee in spring semester

Honor Committee would forfeit its authority if it does not follow the administration’s email

Princeton administrators put Honor Code reform on hold

Despite majority support, penalty reduction and due-process changes for academic dishonesty cannot be implemented immediately

Incoming Princeton visiting Professor released by Cameroon government

The award-winning novelist critical of the Central African nation was jailed for “inciting violence in a Facebook post”

Tributes to be paid to Jacob Kaplan ’18

He fought angiosarcoma, a rare cancer, for over eight months

Working minimum wage 60 hours a week, graduate students preserved future of research, dodged tax bullet

$10-20 million tax on university endowment kept in GOP consolidated bill

Roughly 40 students committed to Princeton within one hour of admission

Princeton accepts a record-low number of applicants and a record-high lower-income students for Class of 2022

USG Candidate Ryan Ozminkowski talks domain buy-outs, Super-PAQ endorsement, says campaign “100 percent” serious

“I am an entertainer, not a politician. I love making people happy,” says the California Central Valley native

Princeton alumnus injured by suicide bomber in Afghanistan

Send Victor your thoughts and prayers during his road to recovery

Xenophobic flyers surface in Frist Campus Center

Posters emerged three weeks following ‘It’s okay to be white’ flyers

Tributes to be paid to Professor of Political Economy Uwe Reinhardt

The health economics giant and instructor of ECO100 passes away at age 80

Renowned electrical engineering professor allegedly harassed graduate student

Sergio Verdu was Yeohee Im’s thesis adviser

Breaking: Bank robbery on Nassau Street

Police are appealing for witnesses

Pedestrian struck and killed by cement truck

The woman was walking across the intersection of Nassau St and Washington Rd

Veteran dinky conductor spends last day on post

He will retire after 17 years of service to Princeton

Swastika found on Princeton sculpture second time this year

The Hedgehog and the Fox sculpture was vandalized again

Princeton is officially the best college in America, according to a new ranking

We also have the best undergraduate teaching and best value

Princeton alum Seth DeValve becomes first white player to kneel for the national anthem

‘We wanted to draw attention to the fact there are things in this country that still need to change’

Princeton student in Iran has appeal dismissed – he’ll have to serve 10 years in prison

‘We constantly worry about Xiyue’s health and well-being as he remains behind bars’

Is Anthony Scaramucci angling for a job at Princeton?

His Twitter would suggest as much

Princeton asked low-income applicant to attend $50k a year prep school before starting college

She had to go to a different college because she couldn’t afford it

Sentenced Princeton scholar not a Chinese citizen, says Chinese embassy

China, which has diplomatic relations with Iran, will not be involved

Princeton graduate student sentenced to 10 years in prison by Iran for espionage

He was featured by Chinese news agencies for humanitarian work in Afghanistan

Circle of Animals removed from Wilson School Wednesday

Where they will end up may be a pleasant surprise

Princeton Anthropology professor dies while teaching global seminar

Professor Isabelle Clark-Decès passed away Thursday

This Princeton student won $40,000 from Martin Shkreli for solving a geometry proof

Shkreli makes good on his promise

Anne Holton ’80 talks failure, hope and humility at Princeton commmencement

“We are not God,” says key figure of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign

Princeton Professor of African American Studies cancels talk over death threats

She received ‘specific threats of violence, including murder’

Scully Hall flooded by student accidentally setting off sprinkler

Four rooms on first floor were flooded

Princeton Cinco de Mayo party sparks outrage after students wear sombreros and chant ‘piñata’

‘You are mocking a culture and stereotyping Mexican and Mexican-American individuals’

Princeton Police take middle schooler into custody for threatening to ‘shoot up the school’

He made a ‘terroristic threat’ against students at John Witherspoon school

Princeton offers admission to around 50 students on waiting list

Excitement and anxiety soar, yield rate not yet compiled

Four Indonesian Christians once protected by sanctuary church of Princeton Theological Seminary alumnus detained by ICE

They are tax-paying workers who fled religious persecution in their home country

Princeton student arrested for possession of marijuana

He now faces a court date

Stage 4 cancer isn’t stopping this Princeton junior from fighting

‘It drove me to tears how strangers banded together to help me get treatment’

Updated: student organization keeps ties with Center for Jewish Life

J Street U says CJL denied permission for room use and expressed disapproval for photo exhibit of ex-Israeli soldires

At Princeton, Shkreli offers to pay full tuition for math proof solver, gives another look at Daraprim

No protesters showed up at the talk. He voiced ambivalence for Obamacare repeal.

Updated: Anti-Semitic flyer taped on Princeton’s Center for Jewish Life

White Nationalist group named ‘Vanguard America’ tweets flyer targeting Princeton

“Great Gatsby” Director Baz Luhrmann to address Princeton on 2017 Class Day

He will speak on second day of commencement ceremonies

Princeton’s West College to be renamed after Toni Morrison and Dodds Auditorium after Sir Arthur Lewis

Starting July 1

Area near Poe Field identified as site of seventh residential college

School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Program in Environmental Sciences to receive new buildings

Princeton Hidden Minority Council member voices concern with socioeconomic discrimination in classrooms, eating clubs, and student organizations

“People are in a whole another world here,” says Princeton student after PHMC hosted week-long event for first generation, low income students

After prestigious award rescinded, church leader still lectured at Princeton Theological Seminary

Reverend of church that excludes women and LGBTQ persons from leadership drew ire from PTS community

Princeton alum, obstetrician endows need-based scholarship for minority women in STEM after mother’s untimely death

She was offered a full-scholarship to study molecular biology. Now, she’s paying it forward after her mother was killed in Newark

Teen who got into Stanford writing #BlackLivesMatter 100 times speaks out about online abuse

‘Social media has also provoked significant trolling and personal attacks’

Princeton President tells The Tab: ‘A leading university has become the target of a hostile government’

‘CEU has become the target of a hostile government, precisely because it is a leading university’

After PPPD stages walk-out, VP Durkee says Resources Committee never rejected divestment proposal

“The Resources Committee was presenting an update, not a decision. They will continue to consider this proposal for the months to come.”

Princeton has not invested in private prisons and has no intention to invest in them, says Vice President Bob Durkee

The statement came after a CPUC meeting where the Princeton Private Prison Divest Coalition staged a walkout and teach-in as the University rejected its divestment proposal

‘Princeton had a Chernobyl-type nervous breakdown,’ says head of anti-racial affirmative action group after U. sues DoE over record release

Students for Fair Admissions plan to litigate on behalf of Department of Education, considers challenging Princeton admission practices in court once 1,600-page document becomes public

A look at what Trump’s proposed budget cuts could mean for Princeton

Financial aid won’t be affected, but it’s a different story for research

Board Committee makes recommendations for undergraduate dining

Breakfast on weekends, electronic system for Meal Exchange Program, 250 dining dollars for Block 95 buyers to come in fall of 2017

Here is what happened with Princeton dining hall workers last night

“The situation highlights how wonderful the dining staff is rather than this being a horrible situation that the University got them into,” says Princeton freshman whose mother is on dining hall staff

U-Store president fiercely defends pricing practices

He asserts that claims of overpricing involve a “lack of understanding” of retail models and that there’s no sophisticated product layout for higher margins

Church service corps traveled from Canada to help rebuild homes in New Jersey but were turned away at the border

They couldn’t pass because the work they were about to do had to be done by “US workers”

Large Swastika found near Lewis Library three days after Trump’s inauguration

There were no identified victims, witnesses or suspects

Princeton College Republicans take official stance against Trump’s travel ban

“We’ll make sure that we are true to our conservative and Republican values.”

Deer crashes into Forbes residential college, breaks glass window

No time frame yet for when windows will be repaired

Princeton Class of 2012 reunion committee bans Star Wars costumes

Concerns were raised about their inspiration from Storm troopers of the Nazi regime

Updated: After disinvitation from Princeton E-Club, Martin Shkreli makes bold statements in Princeton meme Facebook group

“Pharma bro” trolled UC Berkeley students two weeks ago

At CPAC, Princeton College Republicans celebrate party victory, praise Trump’s policies

They explain why they support the wall, the travel ban, and oppose sanctuary cities

Interview with Kimberly Corban, rape survivor pushing for gun rights

‘Girls should absolutely have the choice to bear arms to protect themselves’

Richard Spencer reportedly escorted out of CPAC, denounced by conservative leaders

“The alt-right ain’t right at all”

In a Princeton thrift shop, $5 could buy a vintage dress and support refugees, the homeless

With items that sold for $1 to $10 dollars, thrift shop raised $1205 for refugees, churned out a dozen boxes of clothes for the needy

Princeton freshman pens op-ed critiquing University’s opening exercise activity, lack of viewpoint diversity

‘In criticizing the orientation exercise, I don’t doubt that its intentions were good and that it did provoke a positive response in many students’

Princeton students organize rally on Day Without Immigrants

‘Say it loud, say it clear, immigrants are welcome here’

EXCLUSIVE: we know where the new residential college isn’t going to be

We sat down with Princeton Vice President Bob Durkee. He told us it will not be on Butler Tract or in West Windsor. Could Baker Rink be relocated to make room?

BREAKING: Princeton will not reconsider decision on renaming the Wilson School

‘The question of Wilson’s legacy has been fully addressed by the trustees and will not be reopened’

Princeton graduate Bill Plevan was one of the rabbis arrested while protesting Trump’s EOs

He sat outside Trump Hotel, blocked traffic, and was arrested and detained

‘It was demeaning and frustrating’: Princeton undergrad and step-son of British MP speaks out against Trump’s travel ban

The process to reach an exemption for British dual-citizens was gruesome, he says

An investigation into St. Archibald’s League, Princeton’s newest and most mysterious eating club

People are unsure if it’s a joke or if it’s serious

Trump supporter outside FitzRandolph Gate to press charges on a Princeton student for taking his sign

A student allegedly tore out and trashed a Make America Great Again sign from his car

A refugee resettlement organizer explains how Trump’s travel ban stopped a Syrian family finding asylum in America

‘Trump has no empathy or compassion for those who suffer’

27,000 academics slam Trump’s travel ban as ‘inhumane, ineffective and un-American’

Hundreds of them are at Princeton

On the frontline of New Jersey’s fight against Trump’s travel ban

‘We are here to protect our families, not help deport them’

EXCLUSIVE: Eisgruber says Trump’s Executive Order is ‘inhumane and unwise’

‘I believe that there may be serious legal problems with the order’

Princeton alums spearhead court victory against Trump’s travel ban order

The decision came in just after 9 p.m.

Princeton targeted in ransomware attack

It is unclear if any student, faculty, or staff information was impacted