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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

Olympic snowboarding gold medalist, activist, record number of first generation students are among 5.5 percent of Princeton Class of 2022 admittees

5.5 percent of the record 35,370 applicants were accepted, including Chloe Kim

Committee recommends finals before winter break, earlier start of fall semester

Substantial calendar reforms could come in 2020-2021

Roaming deer in Wu Dining Hall greets Princetonians from break

‘Bambi escaped,’ says Princeton spokesperson Daniel Day

Extremist Christian group protests and Princeton students donate to charities in response

They called Princeton students ‘sexual deviants’

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

The plaintiffs have filed an appeal

Evening classes canceled as trees toppled across campus

Winter storm Quinn brought an onslaught, only a tad late for a snow day

“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

Mathey College Director of Student Life shares website mocking independent students for eating “rahmen”

Snarky room draw guide joked that independents eat “rahmen” and misstated gender neutral housing policies

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

Applicants are encouraged to submit an explanatory note

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

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

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

Elderly man spotted plastering white supremacy posters in Princeton

‘It’s okay to be white’ posters found days before