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The University will test the Princeton Telephone and Email Notification System and the blue-light tower emergency broadcasting system this Friday.
The announcement, which was sent to all undergraduates on Monday, comes a week after a report of gunshots in Nassau Hall prompted a major police response and an order to clear the area around the building.
A backhoe accidentally ruptured a gas line at Alexander Street near Forbes College around 10 a.m.
Almost halfway through the season, six of the eight Ivy League teams are at or above .500, and at least half the league still has legitimate championship hopes.
A study cosponsored by the University has yielded findings that suggest an association between the perception of guilt and the perception of heaviness, The Huffington Post reported.The study used three separate groups of college students.
Concert: Princeton University Concerts presents the Takacs String Quartet
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Ben Bernanke, the former chair of the University’s economics department, will step down from his role as chairman of the Federal Reserve at the end of January.
College Night at Whitman will now take place every three weeks instead of each Tuesday in response to cumulative student feedback, the Whitman College Council announced in an email to Whitman College this week.
1. The freshmen shouldn't get anything we didn't have.
2. Without it, it will be really embarrassing when I don't get an A.
3.Because grad schools totally buy, "No.
The Ancient Eight kicked off their seasons last weekend, and though they had a late start, some of the Ivy League men’s soccer teams have already made a big impact.
Chinese legal activist Chen Guangchenghas accepted a three-year fellowship at the Witherspoon Institute, a conservative research centerin Princeton.
Chen will join University politics professor Robert George, who is theHerbert W.
A town parking enforcement officer was fired Monday after allegations that he overlooked parking violations in return for bribes, the Times of Trenton reported.
Chris Boutote, who is also a retired Princeton Borough police officer, and another enforcement officer, John Hughes, were suspended last month after passersby reported certain cars with menus and shopping bags on the dashboards remained at metered parking spots downtown for up to 10 hours without receiving a ticket, while other vehicles were ticketed immediately.
The University’s controversial grade deflation policy — which stipulates that no more than 35 percent grades given out in any department should be As — will come under review over the next year, the UniversityannouncedMondaymorning.
President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 — who took over from former President Shirley Tilghman in July — charged a committee of nine faculty members with reevaluating Princeton’s grading policies, taking into account student feedback on the policy and the impact it may have on their graduate school and professional school prospects.
The grade deflation policy was put in place in 2004, under the auspices of former Dean of the College Nancy Malkiel, in response to perceived gradeinflationin certain courses.
Field hockey: Tigers win 16th straight Ivy game, remain undefeated in Ancient Eight
Junior back Cassidy Arner and junior striker Allison Evans each netted two goals as No.
The northwestern corner of the town of Princeton is the neighborhood with the highest median income in the town, according to data collected in the 2010 U.S.
Edward Felten, the director of the University’s Center for Information Technology Policy and a professor in the Wilson School and the computer science department, testified before the U.S.
Anne-Marie Slaughter’80, a former director of policy planning for the U.S. State Department and a former dean of the Wilson School, said the current shutdown of the federal government has made the U.S.
William S. Dietrich II '60 has bequeathed a gift to endow the University's Economic Theory Center, which has been renamed in his honor. University Spokesperson Martin Mbugua declined to disclose the amount of the gift.
Dietrich majored in history at the University.
Half of the Ancient Eight has now seen league action, and all but one team has won its first game of the 2013 season.
Yale plans to expand its number of residential colleges from 12 to 14, financing the additional two with a $250 million donation from alumnus Charles Johnson, the Yale Daily News reported.
The donation from Johnson, retired co-chair of the mutual fund Franklin Resources,is the largest in Yale's history.
1. Reject John Locke's social contract theory.
3.Work with Nic Cage and steal the Declaration of Independence.
4.Make "Party in the U.S.A." the new national anthem.