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Alex Pimentel ’14 was hit by a car on Sept. 26 while walking in New York City.
According to an email sent out on the listserv for Princeton Triangle Club, for which Alex Pimentel served as sound designer while at the University, he is badly hurt, but is stable and recovering in the hospital where he is expected to remain for no more than a few more days.
He is anticipated to be on bed rest for the next few weeks.
The Triangle Club reports that Pimentel is not permitted to talk on the phone, but the club is rallying to send him care packages and cards.
There has also been a fund set up for him on YouCaring, a funding website.
Midshipmen ship up to Princeton for reverse fixture
Men’s water polo (10-1 overall, 6-1 Collegiate Water Polo Association Southern), currently ranked No.
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2. Tiger Inn basement.
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4. Tow Path.
The University has been ranked fourth in finance, fourth in software developers at startups and fifth in software development by LinkedIn University Rankings, which ranks universities in various professional fields based on the level of career success attained by alumni of those universities.
The University was topped in the finance rankings by the University of Pennsylvania, Yale University and Georgetown University, in the software developers list by Carnegie Mellon University, California Institute of Technology, Cornell University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology and in the software developers at startups list by Stanford University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Brown University.
Susan Patton ’77, who in 2013 wrote a letter to The Daily Princetonian encouraging women to find a male partner during their time at the University, co-wrote a letter on Friday to the Baltimore Sun criticizing the perception that rape is common on college campuses.
Using the FBI statistic for the rate of “forcible rapes” in 2012, she and Jonathan David Farley, a mathematician, calculated the probability of a woman not being raped in college at 99.8 percent.
The Rockefeller Brothers Fund announced their decision to join the divestment movement last week, pledging to sell assets tied to fossil fuel companies from their portfolios and to continue investing in cleaner energy alternatives.
The Rockefeller Brothers Fund is a $860 million philanthropic organization that provides grants to promote democratic practices, peace building and sustainable development.
A case of bedbugs was reported in a room in Forbes College on September 26,marking the first bedbug case of the 2014-15 academic year, said University spokesperson Martin Mbugua.
After the case was reported and an inspection of the room confirmed the presence of bedbugs, the two residents of the room were relocated to other campus housing to make room for heat treatment, Mbugua said.
Conference play is underway in this 2014 iteration of Ivy League women’s soccer. Undefeated champions last year, Harvard appears nearly untouchable.
The Council of the Princeton University Community voted in favor of adopting changes to the University’s sex and gender discrimination and sexualmisconduct policy two weeks after facultyapprovedchanges to the waydisciplinary procedures are adjudicated.
These changes will be incorporated into section 1.9 of the University's "Rights, Rules Responsibilities" and through changes to the University's anti-discrimination and harassment policy.
The approved policies create one comprehensive document for all sections related to sexual misconduct, clarify the rights and responsibilities of parties involved in sexual assault cases and incorporate definitions and penalties related to sexual misconduct that were approved by CPUC in a previous meeting.
A new website outlining the changes will go liveon Tuesday, and members of the community will receive an email informing them of the changes and providing resources for additional information.
“We want to make sure that the campus community understands the changes as quickly as possible,” University Vice Provost for Institutional Equity and Diversity Michele Minter said during her introductory presentation.
University Provost David Lee explained that disciplinary and policy changes were discussed extensively this summer after the U.S.
Over the last two weeks, four of the eight Ivy League schools posted their endowment investment gains in the past year, with Yale leading the pack at 20.2 percent, according to Bloomberg News.
Yale’s endowment grew from $20.8 billion to $23.9 billion, the Yale Daily News reported.
Dartmouth reported a 19.2 percent gain in its endowment, the University of Pennsylvania reported a 17.5 percent gain, and Harvard trailed with a 15.4 percent gain.
Although Harvard beat its internal benchmark with an endowment of $36.4 billion, illiquid investments in its private-equity portfolio negatively impacted returns, Chief Executive Officer of Harvard Management Co. Jane Mendillo said in a report.
In the last two years, Harvard has had the worst-performing endowment in the Ivy League, Bloomberg reported.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology reported a 19.2 percent growth in its endowment, while Duke University reported a return of 20.1 percent.
A sophomore from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology was found dead in her dorm room on Tuesday, VCB5 reported, citing an email sent to the student bodyby MIT President L.
1. Record-high numbers participate in sorority rush; U. confused why moving rush closer to Bicker failed to weaken Greek life
Homecoming Celebration: Spirit NightAs the Princeton Tigers prepare to claw their way to victory out on the home field, do your part in boosting morale by joining their homecoming celebration hosted by the Princeton Student Events Committee.
The value of Yale’s endowment grew from $20.8 billion to $23.9 billion from June 30, 2013 to June 30, 2014, earning a 20.2 percent investment return, the Yale Daily News reported.
University President Christopher Eisgruber '83 and Mayor Liz Lempert, as well as members of the town council, will meet on Nov.
Princeton University Press will outsource its distribution and book fulfillment services from a local company in Ewing, N.J.
Harvard’s endowment grew to $36.4 billion in the 2014 fiscal year with a return of 15.4 percent, the Harvard Crimson reported. This endowment is just below the institution’s peak in endowment in June 2008 before it lost nearly $11 billion in the global financial crisis.
Harvard’s return for the 2014 fiscal year is higher than the return of 11.3 percent it got during the 2013 fiscal year.
The 2014 fiscal year marked the fifth consecutive year in which Harvard exceeded the benchmark it created for itself.
The Princeton town council passed an ordinance banning fracking throughout the town at a council meeting on Monday.
The ordinance, which was passed by a vote of 5-1, makes Princeton the first town in Mercer County and the second town in New Jersey to ban fracking, which critics say causes significant damage to the environment.