Loully Saney

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I am a prospective Politics major pursuing a certificate in Near Eastern Studies.

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June 2, 2014

Alumni panel touches upon relations with Iran, Israeli-Palestinian conflict

Alumni discussed the importance of a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as well as the tender negotiations between the United States and Iran on the nuclear deal at a Reunions panel on Saturday. The panel brought together alumni who have spent much of their professional careers evaluating Middle Eastern … Read More

June 2, 2014

At Class Day, Al Gore talks climate change, jokes about grade deflation

On the same day that the federal government announced a 30 percent target reduction of carbon pollution by 2030, former Vice President Al Gore gave a speech to the graduating Class of 2014 at Class Day combining humor and a message to take action against global warming. “I … Read More

June 1, 2014

Eisgruber ’83 outlines priorities as Princeton president

University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 spoke in a conversation with alumni about the three priorities that he came into office with: reaching out to the larger Princeton community, building his administrative team and continuing the execution of key initiatives that Shirley Tilghman had launched during her time in office. He … Read More

December 9, 2013

Executive Director of Career Services Pulin Sanghvi: A background in finance and consulting, a goal to help students branch out

Pulin Sanghvi, the newly appointed executive director of Career Services, comes to the University with a strong background in finance and consulting, including companies as large as Morgan Stanley and McKinsey & Company. Acknowledging that recruitment for these industries is already quite strong on campus, Sanghvi said his main priority … Read More

December 4, 2013

Expansion to residential colleges provides students with alternate housing option

Students had the option to live in gender-neutral housing in the residential colleges for the first time this academic year. The program, which allows students to live with roommates of the opposite gender, is popular with students who choose it, though some suggested certain improvements. For Brenaea Fairchild … Read More

November 19, 2013

Schmemann of International New York Times: “The U.S. cannot withdraw from the world”

As the United States debates what its role ought to be in the international community, completely withdrawing from involvement in foreign affairs is not the answer, said Serge Schmemann, editorial page editor of the International New York Times. He discussed America’s international role and the current state of international journalism in … Read More

November 19, 2013

Q&A: International New York Times editor Serge Schmemann on digital journalism

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Serge Schmemann spoke on campus Tuesday evening about the place of the United States in the international community. Schmemann, the editorial page editor of the International New York Times, spoke to The Daily Princetonian about the future of journalism. The Daily Princetonian: Tell me about yourself as an undergraduate … Read More

November 11, 2013

Updated: Newly appointed Executive Director of Career Services to outrank current Director

Just months after former University President Shirley Tilghman called Career Services “a work in progress,” the University announced on Monday the appointment of its inaugural Executive Director, who will not replace but rather outrank the office’s current Director. Pulin Sanghvi — the former Director of the … Read More