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In a study examining how the commercialization of online data has personalized web users’ experience, researchers at the University and Belgium's KU Leuven have released "bots" that mimic the behavior of real people online, according to "Freedom to Tinker," a blog hosted by the University's Center for Information Technology Policy. Their research studies the different personal experiences that arise due to the practices of companies like Google, which stores data on users' web history and filters their search results based on this history.
Princeton formally donated $4.1 million to the University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro in fiscal year 2012.
1. The music to the Honor Code song so they can never sing it again. 2. The squirrel costume. 3.
The Ivies are off to a great start this basketball season, and most of the teams look like they will be boasting excellent records when they start Ivy play.
Princeton is not the only school experiencing an outbreak of meningitis B. Four students at the University of California, Santa Barbara have been diagnosed with the disease since November, The Los Angeles Times reported. All four cases have been of serogroup B, the same serogroup that has affected eight people at the University.
A few weeks into the season, Ivy League teams are getting a taste of life outside the Ancient Eight.
As University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 met publicly with town leaders and residents on Monday night for the first time since his September installation, the discussion touched on old town-gown tensions but also addressed ways to improve the University’s relationship with town government.Current negotiations regarding the University’s annual voluntary contribution to the town budget were excluded from Monday’s discussion, Mayor Liz Lempert announced at the beginning of the meeting, which was held in the town hall.
Students will be able to select all spring-semester precepts and lab sections directly in SCORE during course selection, University Registrar Polly Griffin announced in an email to the student body on Monday.
Twenty tons of food waste from University dining halls could be sent to a plant in Lawrence Township, N.J., each week to be cycled through a new waste handling process involving mass fermentation, The Times of Trenton reported on Friday. Local startup company AgriArk has made a deal with the University to use University food waste in the development phase of its efforts to establish a food waste processing plant in Lawrence, according to a proposal AgriArk has filed with Mercer County. Using Japanese fermentation technology that decomposes food waste in an acidic, anaerobic process similar to that used to make kimchi and other pickled vegetables, AgriArk’s industrial homestead would turn food waste into solid and liquid fertilizers that could be sold back to the University. AgriArk hopes to have permits by the end of January and a functional site up and running by the spring, the Times reported.
The wrestling team picked up a pair of wins on Sunday to sweep the “Grapple at the Garden” tournament in Madison Square Garden.
Men’s basketball: Princeton looking to extend winning streakThe men’s basketball team will try to win its third straight game of the season Tuesday night when it takes on George Mason in Jadwin Gymnasium.
The University has made a donation of $100,000 to the stewardship fund of the town's public library.
Reports of a gunman on campus brought Yale University under a daylong shelter-in-place lockdown order Monday. The campus-wide lockdown lasted approximately six hours, from 10:50 a.m.
The two $1,000 first prizes for Princeton Pitch went to the creators of “splash,” a free application that allows users to share media based on location, and the developers of “Saheli,” a catering service that aims to help Indian women escape the sex trade. Students dressed in business attire crowded into Dodds Auditorium for the annual competition hosted by the Entrepreneurship Club, which gives participants 60 seconds to pitch their startup ideas, in for-profit or social entrepreneurship tracks, to a panel of judges for cash prizes.
Women’s basketball: Hoyas top Tigers with last-second heroics The Tigers fell to Georgetown 66-64 on a Hoya basket with three seconds left, bringing Princeton to 2-2 on the year despite a second-half comeback.
Students will be tabling in Frist Campus Center until the end of the semester to collect donations as part ofongoing relief efforts for Typhoon Haiyan. Students will be accepting donations near the Welcome Desk on Mondays and Wednesdays from 11:15 a.m.
A case of meningitis was reported at nearby Monmouth University on Thursday,The Star-Ledger reported. The diagnosis comes on the heels of the University's decision to provide two rounds of meningitis vaccines to the campus community. A Monmouth employee has been hospitalized and is "gravely ill,"according to a letter sent to the school by President Paul Brown, though a university spokeswoman said the strain of the bacteria is unknown.
1. Your midterm. 2. The Articles of Confederation. 3. Toe socks. 4. Bluetooth earpieces. 5.
Tourism spending in the Princeton area totaled $1.85 billion in 2012, even higher than spending before the 2008 recession, the Times of Trenton reported.