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“People ask what the arts and behavioral social sciences have in common,” said Arthur Brooks at a lecture on the “The Art of Happiness.” According to Brooks, the answer is everything.
A second-year MPA student at the Wilson School, Zach Wahls has been going to bed at 9:30 p.m. every night and waking up at roughly 5 a.m. every morning. He goes to a lot of meetings, has a lot of coffee. He is also finishing up the coursework required to complete his degree.
The Honor System Review Committee unveiled its preliminary findings at the Council of the Princeton University Community meeting on March 26, to mixed reactions among members of the committee.
Representatives from the Ad Hoc Calendar Reform Committee, the Honor System Review Committee, and Undergraduate Student Government President Rachel Yee ’19 addressed the topics of calendar reform, honor council referenda, and USG’s plans for Yee’s term at a March 26 meeting of the Council of the Princeton University Community.
Robert Kopp is not one to shy away from the problem of sea level rise. On the contrary, Kopp — a climate policy scholar at the Rutgers University Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences and the Institute of Earth, Ocean & Atmospheric Sciences — acknowledges that rising sea levels form a major problem for this generation to address.
Butler College invited Trenton artist Will Kasso to conduct a painting workshop over spring break. Kasso and members of the University community created a 40-foot mural on canvas which will be installed later this spring on the lower level of the Butler dorm complex near Studio 34.
A deer smashed through a first floor window into Wu Hall early Saturday afternoon, leaving a large amount of broken glass on the floor.
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At 1:30 a.m. on Friday morning, Michael Nechayev GS was working on the third floor of the near-empty Frick Chemistry Laboratory when he smelled something weird.
An armed man inside Panera Bread at 136 Nassau St. was shot and killed by police Tuesday afternoon after close to five hours of negotiations with law enforcement officials.
Almost 80 years old, the Princeton First Aid & Rescue Squad is an integral part of both the town and community it serves, responding to thousands of calls in the local Princeton area each year.
On March 14, Darnell Pygum, the former Terrace Club employee who allegedly threatened the club manager, was placed under arrest by the Princeton Police Department, according to a statement from the PPD.
On the morning of March 14, Stephen Hawking, a theoretical physicist and the recipient of an honorary doctorate degree from the University in 1982, died. He was 76 years old.
On Wednesday at noon, several hundred students, professors, and Princeton residents gathered outside Frist Campus Center to call for increased gun control in the wake of the high school shooting that killed 17 people in Parkland, Fla., on Feb. 14. Hosted by Princeton Advocates for Justice, the rally was named “We Call BS,” a call to action for gun control activists originating from a passionate speech by Emma González, a senior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, on Feb. 17.
A new book, “Blowing America’s Mind: A True Story of Princeton, CIA Mind Control, LSD and Zen,” documents the experiences of two University alumni who were subjects in LSD and hypnosis experiments at the now-defunct New Jersey Neuro-Psychiatric Institute’s Bureau of Research.
In response to the recent protest undertaken by members of the Open Air Outreach and the subsequent counter-protest on the part of students, Kevin McElwee ’18 has established the PUFightsHate fundraiser through Venmo.
A change to the schedule of the FreeB bus, a free shuttle bus that is open to the Princeton community, has drawn fierce opposition from some town residents.
A small group of Christian protesters amassed outside of the Wilson School across Washington Road early Tuesday afternoon.
Taking a step back from perfection-obsessed ballerinas, unorthodox allegories about nature, and brutal boxing sequences, filmmaker, writer, and director Darren Aronofsky is pivoting his focus to the mystery of Earth in his new ten-episode series “One Strange Rock”. University students and community members were given a private screening of the series’ first episode, followed by a talkback with Aronofsky on Tuesday night in Richardson Auditorium.
A new series of monologues is soon to be presented on campus about students’ struggles with eating disorders.