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Sprint football program loses for the last time in battle with administration
C-Store starts putting price labels on all items, wait, they weren't doing this before?
Bazelon discusses changing landscaping of legal firms
Fox News interviewer trolls U.
The University has appointed LaTanya Buck, founding director of the Center for Diversity and Inclusion at Washington University in St.
Investigative Reporters and Editors, Inc., recognizedformer editor-in-chief Marcelo Rochabrun ’15 with a first-place award in the student category, small circulation division, for his May 2015 article “Charities funneled millions to eating clubs to pay for social facilities” in The Daily Princetonian.The long-form article investigated how some eating club leadership at the University set up educational foundations in order to grant donors tax deductions, despite this being a violation of IRS guidelines.IRE is a grassroots nonprofit organization founded in 1975 that is dedicated to improving the quality of investigative reporting.The award will be presented to Rochabrun on June 18 at the organization’s annual conference.This is the first time that a reporter from the ‘Prince’ has won the award.Rochabrun also won the first-place award in Enterprise/Investigative Reporting from the New Jersey Press Association’s College Newspaper contest with the same story.
1. Bind your thesis.
2. Take a photo in front of Nassau Hall.
3. Redeem your free sandwich from 'Say Cheez.'
U. admits 6.46 percent of applicants for Class of 2020, still isn't less than 5 percent p-value
U-Store, C-Store end peace treaty, resume the war for the invisible hand
Emily Carter, founding director of the University's Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, will serve as the new dean of the School of Engineering and Applied Science at Princeton, effective July 1.
In a press release, Carter noted that she is immensely grateful to her colleagues and the University administration for their faith in her ability to lead the prestigious School of Engineering and Applied Science to even greater heights.
Carter will replace H.
The University's wirelessnetworks were down for about two hours on Sundayafternoon around 1:50 p.m.
Interviewed by Contributor Taylor Kang '19.Maybe you've been to The Frick Collection, maybe you've been to The Phillips Collection, but you've definitely yet to attend "The Collection," that is, eXpressions Dance Company's Spring 2016 show, "The Collection." Street sat down with Esin Yunusoglu '19, the assistant artistic director of eXpressions to learn more about this upcoming art-themed dance performance.
Dear Sexpert,There are a lot of preconceived notions about Tinder and Grindr, and similar “matchmaking” apps.
1. This is the end
2. Marco friend
3. Not only Jeb, the end
4. Of Bernie's elaborate plans, the end
U. to revise course evaluation system, but rest assured: Polly Griffin will still email you about them
IAS, SAVE Princeton argue about the future of Maxwell's Demon
I’ve heard there’s a female Viagra. As a woman, is this something that could help me when I when I’m interested in having sex, but can’t seem to get in the mood?
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1. Midterms are next week.
2. Let the freak-out begin.
3. Frantically cram.
U. professors work on NASA spaceship to send Matthew McConaughey to an interstellar, fourth-dimensional bookshelf
Doudna discusses science of gene-editing, splicing and copywriting for 3D printing known as 'life'
Breaking: Forbes College experiences flooding due to heavy storm and proximity to Florida, where hurricanes are from
The University filed an amicus brief to the National Labor Relations Board on Monday against graduate student unionization along with eight other private universities.The brief was filed in a Columbia University case before the NLRB regarding unionization of graduate students at the school.The brief argues that relationship between graduate students and private universities should be defined as strictly academic, and urges the NLRB not to reverse the 2004 Brown University ruling that graduate teaching assistants should primarily be considered as students, not employees."Amici believe that reversal or modification of Brown would significantly damage private sector graduate education in this country and will represent an inappropriate intrusion into long protected areas of academic freedom and autonomy," the brief reads.The brief explains that the institutions who signed the brief do not measure teaching and research in commercial or economic terms, adding that the institutions consider teaching experience as a crucial component of preparing doctoral candidates for careers.The brief further adds that the market value of teaching services provided by doctoral candidates is not taken into consideration when determining stipends provided to graduate student who teach.
Forbes College is experiencing flooding following a major storm Wednesday night in to Thursday morning, according to an email distributed to the Forbes listserv.
According to the email, various rooms in the Forbes Annex, as well as an area around the northwest stairwell in the Addition and the indoor walkway between the Main Inn and the Addition are flooded.
The Department of Public Safety has been informed of the situation and is working to bring people to contain and clean up the water.
More to come...
Reclaim Harvard Law, a group of student activists at Harvard Law School, occupied part of the school's Caspersen Student Center on Monday and plan to remain there indefinitely until their demands are met, according to the Harvard Crimson.The Crimson reported the activists wanted the Law School to reconsider using the family seal of the slave-owning Royall family, among other demands such as hiring more diverse faculty and creating a critical race theory program.Students also called the lounge "Belinda Hall" in honor of a former slave of its Law School benefactors and decided to claim a space that minority groups on campus lack, according to the Crimson.Although Harvard Law School's Dean Martha Minow appointed a committee to address these demands, students were dissatisfied with the administrators' response, according to the Crimson.
Event: This is Princeton: 2016
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I just joined an eating club, and I’m already excited about all the new friends I’m making!
1. Eat all the chocolate your mom sent you.
2.Read a stupid E-card your great aunt sent you.