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Event: “Failed Love” at the Art Museum
Dance: PUB’s 'Winter Solstice'
Lecture: Heems: Race, Hip-Hop, Activism
Student response to a newly approved neuroscience concentration has been mostlypositive since the University faculty voted unanimously to approve iton Monday.
University faculty members voted unanimously on Monday afternoon in favor of creating a new concentration in neuroscience at a faculty meeting.
The Princeton Neuroscience Institute has drafted a proposal outlining a program of study for a new neuroscience concentration, according to a document obtained by The Daily Princetonian and dated June 24.
Undergraduate Student Government presidential candidate Ella Cheng ’16 wants to expand student outreach and communications and shift the USG’s focus from programming to policymaking.
Princeton was ranked the second-best small city in New Jersey, according to a list compiled by real estate brokerage website Movoto.
A tiger statue between Whig and Clio Halls was graffitied in red spray paint sometime between Wednesday night and Thursday morning, the second incident of its type reported in the past two days around campus.
The phrase “Rape Haven” was graffitied in black spray paint on the stone partition outside Tiger Inn at some point between Tuesday night and Wednesday morning.
Musical: PUP’s “Little Shop of Horrors”If you liked the video game “Plants vs. Zombies,” you’lllove Princeton University Players’ musical featuring a plant with a zombie-like fondness for human flesh. In this Broadway classic, harmless nerd Seymour Krelborn(who worksin theMushnik’s Skid Row Florist Shop) discovers a mysterious plant with a not-so-harmless craving for blood. As Seymour’s crush on the shop assistant Audrey grows, so does the plant’s appetite. Tickets are on sale now, and this show only runs one weekend! Get your tickets before you get devoured by a monster plant (or before the last showon Saturdaynight)!
The Undergraduate Student Government recently launched the Princeton Perspective Project, an initiative that challenges the culture of “effortless perfection” on campus by sharing student stories and opening up new dialogues, according to a USG email sent to the student body. The project was organized as a joint student-administrator enterprise between USG, the Office of the Dean of the College and the Office of the Vice President for Campus Life.
Former Secretary of State James Baker ’52 spoke on Tuesday about the nature of American-Iranian relations during his time in office as well as recent developments and his predictions forfuture relations between the United States and Iraq. He was the U.S. Secretary of State between 1989 and 1992 during the George H.W. Bush administration.“I personally remain cautiously optimistic — both about an agreement on Iran’s nuclear programand the prospect of a thaw in U.S.-Iran relations,” Baker said.
The Writers Studio is a mysterious piece of Princetoniana about which most students have never heard. No one seems to quite know what it is, but it has quietly served as a secluded nook for those in the know to study and work quietly, with a cozier atmosphere than a typical library. Hidden away on the third floor of Blair Hall, the Writers Studio serves as an enclave for writers and poets, as well as any student seeking an alternative study space.
Gilad Arwatz GS and Carla Bahri GS are the founders of ClickStick, an electric deodorant designed to solve many of the problems associated with traditional deodorant, including easing application and eliminating stains and plastic waste.
Literature: Nathaniel Mackey ’69 Poetry Reading