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Upperclassmen will now have the option to convert their two extra weekly dining hall meals into a flexible 30-block meal plan for $200 a semester, Dining Services announced in an email to a selection of upperclassmen Tuesday morning.
Under the original upperclass plan, upperclassmen were allowed two dining hall meals per week, and unused mealsexpired each Saturday after dinner.The flexible 30-block meal plan will allow upperclassmen to use their existing weekly two extra dining hall meals at any time in the semester, for a total of 30 swipes.
In addition, flexible meals can be used for eating club meal exchanges, theme dinners, outdoor events like barbecues and other special meals.
Seven students were transported for alcohol intoxication on Sunday, the day of Lawnparties, to either the University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro or University Health Services.In contrast, four students were transported for alcohol intoxication on Saturday and one on Friday, according to Department of Public Safety Director of Operations Stefanie Karp.
In total, seven were transported to UMCPP and five to UHS.
The number of students transported over the weekend remains the same as last Spring’s Lawnparties weekend. In the spring, the weekend includes two evenings of eating club Houseparties on Friday and Saturday in addition to Sunday's Lawnparties.
The school year is just getting started, but every men’s soccer team in the Ancient Eight has already seen action this fall.
U.S. Rep. Rush D. Holt, Jr., formerly of U. Plasma Physics Laboratory, seeks Senate nomination
As front runnerinRepublican primary, SteveLoneganadvocates limited government
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University professor emeritus Daniel Kahneman was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President Obamaon Thursday,The Times of Trenton reported. Kahneman, a professor emeritus of psychology and public affairs at the University, is a Nobel laureate in economics.
The award represents the highest civilian honor in the United States.
The Washington Post Co.announced a deal todayto sell its namesake newspaper to billionaire Jeff Bezos’86 for $250 million.
Bezos, the founder and CEO of the online merchant Amazon.com, will become the sole owner of the newspaper, while the paper's parent company will retain control of its other holdings.
Bezos wrote in anopen letter to employees of the Postthat he would not take charge of the paper's daily operations and that the paper would retain its current leadership.
Former linebackerAndrew Starks '13signed a three-year contract with the NFL's Chicago Bearson Thursday, he confirmed.
The three-time All-Ivy League honoree and Illinois native recorded 298 tackles, three interceptions and three fumble recoveries in the 39 games he played for Princeton.
A.B.,abbrev.Artium Baccalaureus, or Bachelor of Arts. Though called B.A.
i-banking, nickname, investment banking.
QR, abbrev. Quantitative Reasoning, a distributional requirement.
These tips aren’t big-picture suggestions, like “discover new passions” or “experience new things.” The tricks I’m about to tell you are tangible ways to make yourfreshmanyeara lot easier—“hacks” that will simplify your life and make yourfreshmanyearschedule a lot less hellish than mine was.
Don’t go to every class.
You will realize from the very beginning that some classes just aren’t worth going to.
When you return to campus after your OA trips sweaty and frightened, having built a house or killed a bear or whatever you do on frosh trips these days, you will face a new set of challenges.
A male University student was hospitalized after being diagnosed with bacterial meningitis on June 30 during an academic program abroad, the University announced in an email sent to undergraduate students Tuesday afternoon.
Eight new members will join the University’s Board of Trustees beginning July 1, the University officials announced Monday.
The octet that will join the 40-member board that manages the University’s endowment, academics and property includes three term trustees elected by the board to serve four years and three alumni trustees elected by the University’s alumni to serve four years.
As part of "Every Voice," the University's first conference for LGBT alumni this weekend, ColoradoCongressman Jared Polis '96spoke to alumni about his experience as an undergraduate at the University and his position regarding LGBT rights.
The three-day symposium featured a series of speakers, panel discussions, films and mixers meant to re-engage LGBT alumni with the University community.
Senior Bernie D’Amato kicked off the men’s golf team’s spring season with an impressive individual performance, shooting 1-over to clinch the Yale Spring Opener individual title at The Course at Yale in New Haven, Conn.
The title was D’Amato’s second individual one with Princeton, with his first title having come in the fall last season when he took the Classic at Shelter Harbor in a playoff.
“Anything that hits the timber or the batsman!”, junior Vijit Kapoor says when asked about his favorite delivery.
Chen Guangcheng, a Chinese human rights activist, was awarded the James Madison Award For Distinguished Public Service by the American Whig-Cliosophic Society on Thursday.
Chinese human rights activist Chen Guangcheng was presented with the James Madison Award for Distinguished Public Service on Thursday afternoon.