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A total of 1,162 eligible individuals received the second vaccination dose against meningococcal-B on Monday, according to University Spokesperson Martin Mbugua. An additional 305 individuals received the second dose last month, which included some student athletes as well as students who were going abroad for the semester.
The women’s basketball team comfortably won a pair of Ivy League matchups to keep pace with Penn and Harvard in the standings. Princeton (15-6 overall, 6-1 Ivy League) beat Brown 81-70 on Friday before dominating Yale 96-75 on Saturday. Junior guard Blake Dietrick’s back-to-back career-highs of 27 and 28 vaulted her into second place in conference play scoring.
1. McCosh Infirmary.
The USG senate approved selected appointees for a range of positions last weekend, USG president Shawon Jackson ’15 said.
The University will consider overturning its policy on transfer students, which prohibits the use of external college credits to enroll after freshman fall, University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 announced during Monday’s Council of the Princeton University Committee meeting.
One Harvard student died, and three others were injured in a traffic accident on the New Jersey Turnpike early Monday, The Harvard Crimsonreported. The students were returning from a mock trial competition in Virginia.
The town of Princeton has announced it will conduct “lethal deer removal and deer management” on various private properties, according to a press release by the Princeton Police Department.
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University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 unveiled his administration’s strategic planning to satisfy the University’s mission statement, respond to significant global trends and diversify the student body during a meeting for the Council of the Princeton University Community on Monday.
While dozens of elite colleges have recently been accused of illegally instructing potential applicants to fill out an unnecessary financial aid form, the University is the only Ivy League school not included on the list of offenders, according to The Huffington Post.
Two Princeton Ph.D. students of mechanical and aerospace engineering, John Cannarella and Joshua Spechler, submitteda publicationwhose research predicts that Facebook will lose 80 percent of its users by 2017.
Street spoke with Warren Rieutort-Louis GS, the director of BAC|Drama's "Children of Eden." The musical will run for four performances this weekend.
1. Goldman interviews.
One student was taken to McCosh Health Center and another to the University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro for alcohol intoxication this weekend. These hospitalizations occurred during the same weekend as some eating clubs pickups.
Administrative offices were closed on Monday due to a snowstorm, the University said. Although departments such as the Office of the Registrar did not operate and residential college offices operated for only a few hours, the dining halls were still open, as well as the libraries and Frist Campus Center. Employees in critical or essential roles, such as dining hall employees, were asked to report to work as usual.
University faculty and administrators voted to approve the formation of a Council on Teaching and Learning during this month's University Faculty Meeting. The council will provide input and recommendations for undergraduate policy with a particular emphasis on online courses.
The intersection ofAlexander Street and University Place that faces Forbes College will reopen as a roundabout onMonday morning after several months of construction, meeting the planned deadline despite inclement weather.
Fred Hargadon, the former Dean of Admission known for the iconic 'YES!' he included at the top of admitted students' acceptance letters, died Wednesday night, the University confirmed. He was 80.
Men’s Hockey: Tigers pick up 4th win
Senior midfielder Tom Schreiber of the men's lacrosse team was the first overall pick in Friday's Major League Lacrosse Collegiate Draft.