Charles Kyungchan Min

Associate News Editor

October 12, 2016

Espinosa discusses influence of religion and race in 2016 election

Although secularist theorists argue that religion will become less relevant in political discussions as society progresses, issues of religion and race will continue to be important factors in the upcoming election and beyond, said Gaston Espinosa, a visiting fellow in Religious and Public Life at the University and a … Read More

October 10, 2016

News & Notes: Lauren Bush Lauren ’06 expresses support for Clinton

Lauren Bush Lauren ’06 came out in support of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. Lauren posted an image on Instagram of Clinton with the hashtag #ImWithHer. The hashtag has been circulating social media to endorse Clinton. The image was posted following Sunday night’s debate, as well as Friday’s release of … Read More

September 28, 2016

IAS continues plan to build housing units on Maxwell’s Field

The Institute for Advanced Study is continuing to put out bids for construction of 15 units of facultyhousing on the historic Maxwell’s Field. The Institute’s plans date back to earlier this year, when they rejected attempts at halting the construction projects. A statement on the IAS’s … Read More

September 25, 2016

U. rolls out new wireless and printing services

The University implemented student technology changes this fall, including a new printing system with a Google Cloud Print platform and a shift towards broader use of the eduroam service. The new PawPrint system enables students, faculty, and staff to print necessary documents with ease, University Media Relations Specialist … Read More

September 22, 2016

News & Notes: Harvard Loses $1.9 billion in endowment value

Harvard University announced that its endowment fund suffered a $1.9 billion loss for the 2016 fiscal year, according to a report from Harvard Management Company, which oversees the university’s financial assets.  This represents the largest decline since the financial crisis in 2008. Endowment funds allow colleges and universities to operate financial … Read More

September 22, 2016

Breaking: Four University Alumni Named MacArthur Fellows

Four University alumni were named 2016 MacArthur Fellows by the MacArthur Foundation. Branden Jacobs-Jenkins ’06, Subhash Khot GS ’03, José Quiñonez GS ’98, and Julia Wolfe GS ’12 were among the 23 individuals selected for this award. The fellowship awards each individual with a stipend of $625,000 over the course … Read More

September 21, 2016

Panel discusses refugee resettlement, security

The issues surrounding refugee resettlement and Special Immigrant Visas require a delicate consideration of both the moral conundrum of admitting those seeking asylum and the security issues of admitting potential terrorists, said Jacob Shapiro, professor of politics and international affairs. Shapiro moderated the discussion panel, titled “Refugee Resettlement: Special Immigration … Read More

September 19, 2016

University announces major building projects in 2026 Campus Plan

The University’s 2026 Campus Plan, announced Monday night at a public meeting, includes major infrastructural decisions such as the expansion of the engineering school, the growth the Princeton Environmental Institute, and the construction of an additional residential areas on campus. School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS) and Environmental Institute … Read More