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Eli Berman ’20 goes above and beyond what University students typically do in their college music careers. The Glee Club member recently returned from being featured in a performance in Austin, Texas. Their music is known for its expressions of Berman's queer identity.
Activist and politician Mu Sochua lived in exile from Cambodia for almost two decades after her parents disappeared under the Khmer Rouge regime. Ever since, she has fought for justice in her home country. She spoke about her political journey in front of an attentive audience on Thursday in her talk, “Democracy in Peril,” as part of the Woodrow Wilson School’s Joseph S. Nye Jr. ’58 International Affairs lecture series.
On Thursday, Oct. 11, politics professor Jacob Shapiro deconstructed the United States’ defense strategy and how data is used in modern conflict. He spoke about his most recent book, “Small Wars, Big Data: The Information Revolution in Modern Conflict,” which was co-authored by Eli Berman and Joseph H. Felter.
Former First Lady Michelle Obama ’85 will begin a book tour for her upcoming memoir, “Becoming,” next month.
On Thursday, Oct. 4, associate professor of chemical and biological engineering Clifford Brangwynne and mathematics professor Allan Sly were both named 2018 MacArthur Fellows for their work in cellular compartmentalization and probability theory, respectively.
The first half, referred to by the University Art Museum as a “folded earth piece,” was completed this past June, while the second half of Lin’s outdoor installation piece — a water table — is set to be completed in late spring before Reunions, according to art museum Campus Collections Manager Lisa Arcomano.
Since the beginning of this academic year, the Writing Center has operated from its new location on the second floor of the New South Building.
A little over a year since its first art installation, the once-inconspicuous passageway between Starbucks and Landau on Nassau Street has both established itself as a creative establishment and failed to secure the funding necessary for more exhibits.
U.S. and Iranian leaders had a war of words Tuesday at the United Nations General Assembly in New York City, while at the same time in Tehran, fourth-year history graduate student Xiyue Wang was presumably hoping for positive news from the annual meeting of world leaders.
Wang has been arbitrarily imprisoned by Iranian authorities on an unlawful conviction of espionage since August 2016, and the University and Wang’s family are using the assembly as an opportunity to discuss the possibility of his release.
Unhappy with the Dinky schedule changes? You aren’t alone.
Frequent Dinky train passengers disgruntled with the upcoming line shutdown have placed a “Save the Dinky” petition at Wawa.
The namesake of the Bechdel test, a familiar feminist film metric, took the stage in McCosh 10 yesterday. In an Oct. 9 lecture, acclaimed cartoonist Alison Bechdel discussed her creative process as a queer memoirist.
The front lawn of Cap & Gown currently features a crane, a heap of dirt, and a team of construction workers surrounded by a high fence. The eating club is undergoing a historic expansion to open a new wing in time for Reunions this June.
The $1-million Overdeck Education Innovation Fund is open to creative, education-related project proposals from faculty and students in all disciplines, with priority given to interdisciplinary education research. The Wilson School will distribute it over the next three years.
After the Honor System Review Committee recommended that a new committee be created to improve communication, a “Reconciliation Committee” was formed. The Reconciliation Committee will replace the Honor System Review Committee and the Disciplinary Review Committee.
The hydroponic farm at Forbes College may look like a portal to another universe, but its purpose is to show students that crops can grow anywhere by demonstrating hydroponics, or the cultivation of crops using nutrient solutions instead of soil. The hydroponic farm is also a fully functioning laboratory where students and staff regularly conduct experiments.
After nearly half a century of serving the Princeton community, Vice President and Secretary of the University Robert K. Durkee ’69 will retire in June 2019. He has been a member of the campus community since 1965.
The University announced Monday that its endowment earned 14.2 percent for the fiscal year that ended in June. Now, the endowment is valued at $25.9 billion, up $2.1 billion from last year, when the University reported a 12.5 percent return. Discounting Columbia University, which has not yet announced their endowment return for this year, the University’s endowment return figure is greater than that of any other Ivy.
“[We want to] make it more feasibly understandable for your average person who isn’t digging through ten thousand cells on Microsoft Word,” Spicher said.
On Friday, the University's “She Roars” conference included a panel providing updates on the University’s sexual misconduct and Title IX policies.
On Saturday, Oct. 6, five University alumnae discussed the importance of women in politics at the panel “She Should Run: Why and How More Princeton Women (Like You) Should Run for Office,” a part of the “She Roars” conference. The panel took place at 9 a.m. in the Frist Campus Center Multipurpose room.