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The scoreboard read 1-1 at the end of one quarter. Nothing separated undefeated No. 1 UCLA from the underdog Tigers. This past weekend, a No. 10 Princeton water polo squad (14-3 overall, 6-1 CWPA Southern) traveled to Southern California looking to solidify its position as one of the sport’s top competitors.
It’s been almost a full month since our last ranking of Ivy League football. Not unexpectedly, parity abounds at the top of the table. Yale, the most impressive during the first few weeks of play, fell at home in a shootout against Dartmouth. Let’s see how the teams stack up leading up to the season’s midpoint.
The University is scheduled to hire an external investigator to handle sexual misconduct disciplinary proceedings, according to a job posting on the University's website.
After racially charged death threats were emailed to several hundred Harvard affiliates in early October, the Dean of the College at Harvard Rakesh Khurana was critical of administrators for failing to communicate quickly and efficiently with faculty and students during the incident, according to the Harvard Crimson.
President Bill Clinton is booked to speak at a private fundraiser in Princeton later this month, The Jersey Journal reported.
The Princeton Police Department will host its first Coffee with a Cop event on Oct. 11 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. The event will be held at Panera Bread, located at 136 Nassau St.
Princeton ranked 9th on a list of the “least datable colleges” developed by The Dating Ring, according to the Mail Online.
1. U. repeals grade deflation; 2018-ers continue on in ignorant bliss
1. Smiley face/Frowny face.
Several Harvard professors have expressed disappointment over Princeton’s recent decision to rescind its 10-year-old grade deflation policy, according to The Harvard Crimson.
The Arts Council of Princeton and the Princeton Public Library hosted a Hispanic heritage celebration this past Sunday in conjunction with the Latin American Legal Defense and Education Fund, nj.com reported.
Pipeline company Williams agreed to take its existing natural gas pipeline in the Princeton Ridge out of service while a new 42-inch pipeline is constructed during the next four to six weeks, The Princeton Packet reported. The company would meanwhile run high-pressured water through the line.
The town's Board of Education and the teachers' union failed to make any progress in contract negotiations last week, ending the latest round of negotiations in less than an hour, The Princeton Packet reported.
The days of Princeton dominance have waned. New York teams Cornell and Columbia have emerged as top sides in the Ancient Eight. With three of the seven weeks of Ivy League play in the books, let's see how the teams stack up.
Hamilton Jewelers, a jewelry store on Nassau Street, was robbed on Sunday afternoon, according toPlanet Princeton.
Another case of bedbugs was reported in a room in the Main Inn of Forbes College, said Housing and Real Estate Services Manager for Dormitories Kenneth Paulaski on Monday in an email sent to students of Forbes College.
Ten years after the University first adopted a grade deflation policy, faculty members voted on Monday to reverse the policy and allow each department to determine its own grading standards. The repeal of the policy is effective immediately.
The Princeton Planning Board decided to forward a historic preservation ordinance to the mayor and council for further review on Thursday night. However, town members decried a provision stating that proponents of the bill would have to pay a $3,000 deposit if their proposal was rejected and they appealed, according to The Princeton Packet.
The Class of 2018 has elected five members to its class council, USG president Shawon Jackson ’15 announced in an email to the student body on Friday night. Freshmen Brandon McGhee, Chance Fletcher, Christopher Hsu, Jenny Zhang and Rachel Yee were elected to the five positions. According to elections manager Amara Nnaeto ’17, Fletcher received 289 votes, McGee received 208 votes, Yee received 195 votes, Hsu received 190 votes, and Zhang received 164 votes. According to a spreadsheet on the USG website, Yee was penalized 10 points for creating a “premature facebook group [sic]." Due to a referendum in the April 2012 election, officer positions for the freshman class council were eliminated, so all elected officers have the same role.
The town of Princeton has been designated an “age friendly community” by the World Health Organization, according to an announcement made at the Princeton Senior Resource Center fall gala.