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Meet and Learn with Oscar Nominated and Award-Winning Director, Ildikó Enyedi at McCormick Hall 10 (Oct. 14 and 15) The University Center for Human Values Film Forum is providing undergraduates with an incredible opportunity to meet Ildikó Enyedi, director of the award winning film “My Twentieth Century.” A screening of the movie will take place on Monday, Oct. 14, 7:30 p.m., at McCormick 101. The Masterclass will take place on Tuesday, Oct. 15, 6 p.m., at 5 Ivy Lane.

Talk by Artist Jordan Nassar and the Princeton University Art Museum Curator at McCosh Hall 50 (Oct. 17) If you decide to drop by "art@bainbridge," (the new, free admission branch of the Princeton University Art Museum) over the next few weeks, you will witness beautiful works of art by the upcoming, contemporary artist Jordan Nassar. Raised in NYC, he feels very attached to his Palestinian origins, and he expresses this unique attachment to land in his work by collaborating with Palestinian women who cross-stitch for a living. The museum has invited him to give a talk at the University, to discuss both his unique artistic style of cross stitching and the important topic that underlays his work.

Theatre Intime: “Eurydice” at Hamilton Murray Theater (Oct. 17–19) Theatre Intime will be presenting the student-directed play "Eurydice" over the next weekend. As her late father sends her letters from the underworld and her husband, Orpheus, takes a shower to avoid their wedding guests, Eurydice finds herself on a strange and wonder-filled journey, full of talking stones, raining elevators, and tricycle-riding gods, in this tragicomedy on loss, grief, communication, and memory.

Climate Action Town Hall at Guyot Hall 10 (Oct. 18) Interested in sustainability? This Friday, you can hear all about Princeton's goal to achieve carbon neutrality by 2046, including how the University is planning on achieving this goal. Attendants may even sign up for hands on research. The presenters will be Tom Nyquist (Executive Director, Engineering and Campus Energy) and Ted Borer (Energy Plant Director, Engineering and Campus Energy). Sponsored by the Office of Sustainability and Princeton Student Climate Initiative.

Princeton Athletic Events:

  • Men's soccer vs. Lehigh (Oct. 15, 7:30 p.m. Roberts Stadium), vs. Columbia (Oct. 19, 4 p.m. Roberts Stadium)
  • Women's soccer vs. Lehigh (Oct. 15, 5 p.m. Roberts Stadium) vs. Columbia (Oct. 19, 7 p.m. Roberts Stadium)
  • Men's and women's cross country at Princeton Invitational (Oct. 19, West Windsor Fields)
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