Jessica Li

News Editor

November 14, 2016

CPUC discusses We Speak results, updates from U. committees

History professor Angela Creager, Chair of the Committee on Naming, opened Monday’s Council of the Princeton University Community meeting with an update on the committee’s work. Creager explained that the committee selected the atrium of Robertson Hall for naming in part because it is one of the nicest … Read More

November 14, 2016

U. professor eats bug on live television, discusses polling errors in 2016 election

Professor of molecular biology and founder of the Princeton Election Consortium Samuel Wang devoured a bug Saturday during a live interview with CNN to make good on his promise in the event that president-elect Trump won over 240 electoral votes. Like polling and predictions industries across the country, … Read More

November 13, 2016

‘Asian girls everywhere’ poster campaign breaks silence about sexual racialization

“Ni Hao pretty,” “you’re pretty for an Asian,” and “you’re the whitest Asian ever” are among the verbatim comments received by female Asian-American students in the University that will be displayed around campus later this week as a part of a poster campaign. According to Alis Yoo ’19, facilitator of … Read More

November 10, 2016

Q&A: College Republican members discuss Trump presidency

In classrooms and on social media, Trump’s unexpected victory has generated abundant conversations of fear and worry across campus. The Daily Princetonian sat down with two members of the College Republicans to discuss the outlook of the United States under Trump. Paul Draper ’18 is the president of College Republicans, … Read More

November 7, 2016

Survey indicates 80.5 percent of U. respondents prefers Hillary Clinton

With its near-hysterical, intimidating, and shocking moments, the presidential election of 2016 has become a focal point of global attention for the past few months. This election also marks the first time that many undergraduate students on the University’s campus gained the privilege to vote and participate actively in … Read More

October 28, 2016

William Bowen GS ’58: President who opened doors

After marching through Prospect Avenue with the rest of the 1986 P-rade procession, former University president William Bowen GS ’58 weaved through the crowd in search of one female alumna whom he had asked to stay behind. When he finally found Sally Frank ’80, he offered to walk her … Read More