Joseph Barrett ’14, Rachel Skokowski ’15 and Sarah Yerima ’15 have been selected as recipients of the U.S.
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Joseph Barrett ’14, Rachel Skokowski ’15 and Sarah Yerima ’15 have been selected as recipients of the U.S.
Three Florida State University students were injured as a gunman opened fire in a campus library on Thursday, according to FS View & Florida Flambeau, the university's student newspaper. The gunman, identified by authorities as Florida State alumnus Myron May, was killed by Florida State University Police Department officers after firing shots at the officers, according to CNN. Two of the victims were brought to Tallahassee Memorial Hospital, one of whom remains in critical condition and the other is in good condition.
A fire alarm went off in Forbes College on Wednesday morning at 1:50 a.m. triggered by marijuana smoke, according to University spokesperson Martin Mbugua.
Tiger Inn’s graduate board president Hap Cooper ’82 condemned recent events at the eating club in an email to the club’s membership on Nov.
Around the Ivies: football Only one week remains in the Ivy League gridiron season.
The works of University faculty, staff and students whose research would benefit society were honored on Thursday at the annual Celebrate Princeton Innovation event. The three innovations that received the recognition were a method for discovering antibiotics, a mechanism to study developing lungs and a fuel-efficient engine design. Some of the highlighted inventions were created by chemistry assistant professor Mohammad Seyedsayamdost, chemical and biological engineeringassociate professorCeleste Nelson and astrophysical sciences professor Nathaniel Fisch. Two student-led companies formed during Princeton eLab, a summer program run by the Keller Center, were featured: SpaceTouch, which aims to commercialize a technology interacting with computers through hand gestures,andSignSchool, an online platform for learning American Sign Language. The event was held at the Chancellor Green Rotunda, and it offered researchers the opportunity to showcase their innovations to visiting members of the venture capital and business communities.
Princeton’s new 1,265-square-foot Dinky train station located across from Forbes College and 460 feet south of its original location began operating on Monday, marking an important milestone in the University’s Arts and Transit Project. The Arts and Transit Project is a $330 million development involving new arts buildings, dining services, transportation facilities and other amenities. The new Wawa convenience store built next to the new station will open Friday with uninterrupted services, according to the University’s website. In addition to its “dramatic” new design, the station features an air-conditioned and heated waiting area, restrooms, information kiosks and bike racks, according to the University website.
James Lebenthal ’49, America’s beloved municipal bond salesman known for phrases such as “bonds are my babies,” died in New York last weekend.
John Doar ’44, a prominent civil rights lawyer who fought for the rights of African-Americans in the 1960s and who received the Presidential Medal of Freedom for his efforts in 2012, died in New York, N.Y., on Tuesday.
At 9 a.m. on Monday, 21-year-old Yale student William Genova allegedly found a burglar in his room unplugging his laptop, and chased him down barefoot, according to The Yale Daily News. Genova followed the burglar,Eleam Djamal, into the parking lot of the Marriott Hotel on Dwight Street in NewHaven and confronted him. At the Marriott, Genova got the attention of a police officer and saw a stolen laptop that wasn’t his in Djamal’s duffel bag.
Forty-three Dartmouth students are being investigated for academic dishonesty after religion professor Randall Balmer found that the number of students digitally submitting answers to in-class questions on Oct.
No witnesses or victims have publicly come forward with information in regards to allegations that a Tiger Inn officer shared a picture of a female student performing oral sex on a male student on the club’s dance floor in late October, the Princeton Police Department said on Tuesday. The photograph had allegedly been distributed to the TI membership email distribution list. While the police's investigation has not uncovered new information, the University is currently conducting its own investigation into the matter.
The temporary Dinky station closed on Monday, and the new Dinky station will open on Nov. 17. A bus service will transport train riders from campus to Princeton Junction fromNov.
A student in Forbes College reported seeing someone outside the window while taking a shower in a shared bathroom on the first floor on Saturday, according to an email by Housing & Real Estate Services sent to Forbes College students on Sunday. According to the email, the person outside the bathroom might have been looking into the window while she was showering. The email said that the Department of Public Safety officers did not find a suspect and advised students to safeguard their privacy by keeping windows closed when using showers. On Sept.
A new University websiteoutlining the roles of strategic planning task forces and their preliminary reports will allow community members to stay informed about the planning process and provide input, University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 said during this month’s Council of the Princeton University Community meeting. Eisgruber launched the strategic planning process in January with the purpose of creating a flexible, iterative and dynamic framework for future decision-making by January 2016. The new website will be updated periodically and includes summaries of each task force and a list of its members. “There will be both formal and informal opportunities to comment on what the task forces are doing,” Eisgruber said, noting that the community can contact task force members directly or submit a comment to the website, which will be redirected to the appropriate correspondent. “You’re free to make it your homepage,” Eisgruber said, spurring laughter from the audience. The final strategic planning document will highlight the University’s priorities; identify challenges, opportunities and risks; and describe the University’s resource envelope, Eisgruber said. “[The document] is a way to evaluate choices rather than a statement of what the choices are and will be,” Eisgruber said, adding that he expects different task forces to operate on varying timelines. The task force recommendations do not automatically become part of the campus plan but are first vetted and judged against the University framework, Eisgruber explained. Task force members were chosen based on their expertise regarding the specific issue and include undergraduate and graduate students for projects such as graduate student housing, Eisgruber said. He also said the University will be paying close attention to the opportunity costs of various decisions, especially given the recent impact of the financial crisis. “We need to be thinking about what sorts of options we have and how the selection of one option or another option is going to constrain choices in the future,” Eisgruber said. He said that individual departments also engage in planning on a regular basis and that he expects additional task forces to be formed in the future as new issues arise. University Provost David Lee GS ’99 said the University is currently in a solid financial position with a market endowment value of $21 billion as of June 2014 and a very solid credit rating. “We have for quite some time had a very generous donor base,” Lee said.
The Department of Public Safety and firefighters responded to Elm Drive and Chapel Drive after a TigerTransit bus spilled diesel fuel on Monday. Chapel Drive was closed for two hours, while the circle at the end of Chapel Drive was closed for longer, according to University spokesperson Martin Mbugua. Chapel Drive was affected by the spill in its entirety, while Elm Drive was affected in the immediate vicinity of Edwards Hall. Around 12:20 p.m., the bus was towed away while cleanup was still in progress and vehicles were passing through one lane. Dirt had been poured over the oil spill while first responders awaited the arrival of a cleanup crew. As of 4:40 p.m., a cleanup crew accompanied by DPS officers was cleaning up the scene.
The Yale faculty voted in favor of bringing Harvard’s most popular undergraduate course, Computer Science 50: Introduction to Computer Science I, to New Haven on Thursday at the faculty meeting, according toThe Harvard Crimson. The course would be called “joint Harvard-Yale CS50” andis likely to be offered in fall 2015. The Harvard faculty has yet to approve the course. Harvard CS50 Professor David J.
A study conducted by Harvard on classroom attendance last spring by secretly photographing 2,000 students in 10 lecture halls last spring came to light Tuesday night at a faculty meeting. During the meeting, Harvard’s Vice Provost for Advances in Learning Peter Bol remarked that the Initiative for Learning and Teaching installed cameras to record attendance, and pictures were scanned by a computer program to count the number of empty and occupied seats. Bol said the study was not meant to identify any individual, and the lack of prior notification was intended to avoid bias, according to The Boston Globe. Bol said that the study went through the university’s review board beforehand. The students whose images were captured were not notified until this Wednesday afternoon, and some students and faculty said the research was an invasion of privacy. “You should do studies only with the consent of the people being studied,”Harvard computer science professor Harry Lewis saidin an interview with the Globe. In an interview with the Harvard Crimson, Harvard President Drew Faust said that she will have the case reviewed by a panel that oversees the newly established electronic communication policies.
Tiger Inn is expected to remain open while its Graduate Board and the University conduct separate investigations into allegations that a TI officer distributed a picture of a female student performing oral sex on a male student within the club’s dance floor.
1. Mary from the eponymous film “There’s Something About Mary.” 2. Mindy Lahiri as portrayed by Mindy Kaling, real-life Dartmouth grad. 3.