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December 4, 2014

News & Notes: Nancy Snyderman apologizes for violating quarantine

Princeton resident and NBC chief medical editor Dr. Nancy Snyderman returned to broadcast news on Wednesday and apologized for “scaring [her] community,” according to the Princeton Packet. After coming into contact with a colleague infected with Ebola, Snyderman went on a voluntary 21-day quarantine. However, she was found to have … Read More

June 4, 2014

Gellman ’82 shares backstory of NSA documents leaked by Edward Snowden

Barton Gellman ’82 shared the timeline of his work last year to break the stories of classified National Security Agency documents provided by Edward Snowden at a Reunions lecture on Saturday morning. Gellman’s journalism regarding the NSA policies and practices contained within the documents earned him a Pulitzer Prize this … Read More

May 30, 2014

Panel discusses “Should women do it all?” question

A panel of female alumni discussed the question “Should women do it all?” at a Reunions discussion on Friday moderated by politics professor Tali Mendelberg. “For me, the question ‘Should women do it all?’ is a question that gets asked a lot,” said Chloe S. Angyal ’09, senior editor … Read More

May 13, 2014

Breaking: On eve of Dean’s Date, Princeton police responds to alleged toy gun incident

Officers from the Department of Public Safety and the Princeton Police Department responded to a call about a student holding what appeared to be a toy gun in Butler College shortly after 9 p.m. on Monday, according to University Spokesperson Martin Mbugua. The object was identified as a toy gun … Read More

April 14, 2014

Class Council and U-Council candidates announced

Thirty-four students are running for class council or U-Council positions this year, USG president Shawon Jackson ’15 announced in an email to the undergraduate student body on Monday. Of the 15 class council positions, nine are uncontested. Thirteen of the positions were uncontested last year, and only one was contested … Read More