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This weekend, the No. 5 ranked women’s hockey team (15–2–3 ECAC, 18–4–5) played their last home games in the 2018–2019 regular season. The Tigers hosted Union (2–17–1, 4–26–2) on Friday night and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) (10–9–1, 13–14–5) Saturday afternoon for the Senior Day game. Princeton’s split this weekend with a win against Union and loss against RPI means that they still lead the ECAC, but going into the last weekend of the regular season play they lead Cornell by just one point. A loss by Clarkson (15–5–0, 24–7–1) in overtime to Dartmouth (4–15–1 ECAC, 5–20–2) on Friday means that Princeton leads them by three points.
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Weeks, months, and years of intense speculation precede presidential elections in the United States. Almost immediately at the outset of a president’s four-year term, political pundits and politicians themselves direct their attention to the next electoral process. Reelection weighs heavily on the incumbent’s mind, and potential opponents gear up for the battle four years away. The presidency of Donald Trump has been exceptional in the overwhelming sense of anticipation for 2020. Now, we find ourselves in the early stages of the primary process for each party. While Democrats have been vociferous in their resistance to the Trump presidency, the party must be vigilant about the pitfalls that lie ahead. A massive, congested pool of Democratic hopefuls in the primary along with the vicious party infighting that could come with it stand as the most dangerous traps for Democrats’ hope of winning the presidency in 2020.
Earlier this school year, in the spirit of sustainability, Campus Dining announced that Frist Campus Center would no longer carry plastic water bottles. Instead, it would opt for water in paper cartons — specifically the brand “Boxed Water Is Better.” At face value, it seems like an unprecedented and revolutionary change; one that combines both hipster style with environmental savvy. But the University’s switch to boxed water under the claim of sustainability distracts from the root problem: unreliable filtered water sources drive students away from using reusable water bottles and contribute to more environmental impact.
According to an email sent to Terrace Club members on Thursday, Feb. 14, Fey Popoola ’20 has resigned as the club’s president.
This past week, the University hosted NPR correspondent Mara Liasson in a public lecture and private lunch.
Several months after the United Nations concluded that Xiyue Wang, a history Ph.D. student imprisoned in Tehran, should be released immediately, the University community will host a “Day of Action” to raise awareness about Wang’s detainment and to call for his immediate release. The Day of Action on Wednesday, Feb. 20, will include a “call-a-thon” at Campus Club and a rally at Chancellor Green Library.
Samay by Naacho South Asian Dance Company (Feb. 21–23) at Frist Campus Center. Naacho South Asian Dance Company invites audience members to travel through time by watching their annual performance this weekend. A group that prides themselves on “popping, locking, and dropping with a dash of South Asian spice,” the show is bound to be hours well spent for those who come to see it.
In this year’s Ivy League, there are no easy wins. Top through bottom, every team is capable of putting up a good fight.
Boredom can help generate creativity, according to Ahmir Khalib Thompson, known professionally as Questlove. On Friday, Feb. 15, Questlove spoke with African American studies professor Imani Perry about music and creativity.
Men’s basketball (12–8, 4–3 Ivy) was defeated at home last night by Harvard (12–8, 5–2) 78–69. A close game ended in disappointment after the Tigers lost the lead with seven minutes to go in the second half. Princeton was first place in the Ivy League going into last weekend, but these past three games have seen them slide to fourth place in the conference.
Triple orgasms and ordinary men named Steve. Patronizing German marriage counselors and burgeoning queer identities. Colorful illustrations, workshops, abuse, childbirth, miniskirts, flooding, gynecologists, and tampons.
Apparently, Harvard guard Bryce Aiken is close with Boston Celtics star Kyrie Irving — the two attended the same high school and have worked out together.
On Thursday, Feb. 14, the University Office of Communications announced that seniors Annabel Barry ’19 and Sydney Jordan ’19 have been named co-recipients for the 2019 Moses Taylor Pyne Honor Prize, “the highest general distinction conferred on an undergraduate.”
This weekend, women’s basketball (11–9 overall, 3–2 Ivy) will face Harvard (11–8, 4–2) on Friday, Feb. 15 and Dartmouth (10–9, 3–3) on Saturday, Feb. 16.
Mikaela Gerwin ’19 and Rachel Linfield ’19 have been awarded the Gates Cambridge Scholarship. The scholarship will fund Gerwin and Linfield’s pursuit of graduate studies next year at the University of Cambridge.
Men’s basketball (12–7, 4–2 Ivy) will take on Harvard (11–8, 4–2) and Dartmouth (11–11, 2–4) on Friday and Saturday evening, respectively, in Jadwin Gymnasium.
The University has been ranked the best LGBTQ+ friendly college by College Consensus, a website that compiles data across many college ranking sites.
Seismic recording stations, used to capture and analyze waves transmitted by earthquakes, have been limited to land usage since their creation. University professors have partnered together to push past that limit and take seismology to the depths of the ocean.
I love Mac Miller. Rather, I loved Mac Miller.
Recently, I proved with demographic data that the Street is socioeconomically segregated and that sports teams feed into certain eating clubs. The recently leaked subset of Ivy Club’s 2017 Bicker cards now explain why my findings are right.