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Secret injection of trackers along with the meningitis vaccine has been identified as the cause for the painful post-meningitis-vaccine “meng arm” in freshmen, according to an investigation conducted by the Undergraduate Student Government.
The first tracker was discovered in Iliketobelieve Imspecial ’19 when he underwent a full body scan for undisclosed medical reasons.
“I was looking at my scan reports when suddenly I saw this little device with the Princeton logo embedded in my arm,” Imspecial said.
Imspecial added that the device was identified as a tracker by zooming in on and studying the scans, since the device could not be removed.
“This is Princeton we’re talking about,” Imspecial said.
The Daily Princetonian will be disbanding at the end of January following University spokesperson Martin Mbugua’s departure from the University, outgoing Editor-in-Chief Anna Mazarakis said.“It’s simple, really,” Mazarakis said, wiping her eyes with an issue of the ‘Prince.’ “Without Martin to decline to comment on our articles, we cannot function as a news organization.”Mbugua declined to comment for this article.Associate News Editor Do-Hyeong Myeong ’17 said that she admired Mbugua’s professionalism and dedication, and that her time at the ‘Prince’ would not have been the same without him.“He declined to comment for me once and it was the most beautifully written thing I’d ever seen,” Myeong said.
The Princeton Police Department is training an elite squad of undercover policemen, known as “The Temperance 10,” to apprehend underage drinkers on campus and outside liquor stores in town.
“I was put on this earth with one God-given mission in life,” said police chief Carry Nation II, who trained the recruits and was responsible for selecting them.
The Undergraduate Student Government has instituted a new dress code stipulating new heights of preppification for University students.USG president Jay Crew ’17 noted that while the dress code is not mandatory, students who are observed not following it will be added to a “Burn Book” which will be put on display in Frist Campus Center.“I think Coco Chanel or someone once said that all the world’s a stage,” Crew said, “and to that can be added that all of Princeton is a costume party.”Under the new guidelines, all students must wear pastel colors on Wednesdays, and students may not wear glasses that do not have thick frames.
Students at the University have convened in an “Occupy Princeton” protest against what they say is the undue expensiveness of the Orange Bubble.The students have pledged to boycott all dining hall food and all food sold in University-run establishments such as the University Store, Studio ’34 and the C-Store, and to boycott books sold by Labyrinth Books.
Program in Theater Director and Lecturer Tim Vasen died in an accident at homeon Monday, according to an email from Lewis Center for the Arts Administrative Director Marion Young.
Vasen, who was in his early fifties, became director of the program in 2012, and had taught courses and directed plays as part of the faculty since 1993.
At the University, Vasen directed the world premieres of unproduced Soviet-era pieces by Alexander Pushkin.
Alongside Lewis Center Chair Michael Cadden and the Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies, he facilitated interactions between University students and Greek theater artists by developing the recurring course "Re: Staging The Greeks," which launched in 2008.He was scheduled to teach two sections of the class in spring 2016.
Vasen also served as an adviser to students pursuing a master of fine arts in directing at the Yale School of Drama.
Event: Princeton Winter MarketIt’s the first Princeton Winter Market of the year!
1. Nomad Pizza roasting on an open fire
2. Jeff Nunokawa nipping at your nose
3. Yuletide carols being sung by Tigertones
Princeton files plan for 446 units of affordable housing, wait, something will be affordable in Princeton?
USG discusses ways to decrease student voter apathy during elections
Tilghman to join nefarious-sounding but equally prestigious-sounding Harvard Corporation
It’s “winter.” So dress “warmly.” Like that ice sculpture will melt.
Harvard Dean Rakesh Khurana said the institution would discontinue the use of the term "House Master," which currently refers to the heads of Harvard’s residential houses, theHarvard Crimson reported.The announcement comes on the heels of a similar change that took effect at the University on Nov.
sssssPoetry: Ellipses Slam Team presents “(AMPERSAND)”Why “(AMPERSAND),” you ask?
3. The class that goes to Havana
4. The class that goes to Peru
Through Arts and Transit Project,Fenwick Hospitality Group expands restaurant empire’s territorial possessions
Post office relocated to 259 Nassau amid debate, old location eyed for restaurant development ... hmm
University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 emailed University students and alumni on Sunday in response to recent demands to improve the racial climate on campus.
Eisgruber said he acknowledges the distress, pain and frustration students of color feel from a campus climate they find unwelcoming or uncaring.
He explained that he asked the University Board of Trustees to develop a process to consider the issue of thelegacy ofWoodrow Wilson, Class of 1879, at the University.
Comedy: Fuzzy Dice Improv Comedy presents “Sidekicks”
Some refer to them as “scrubs” or “newbs” (alternatively, “n00bs”), but Fuzzy Dice would like to introduce their new members as “sidekicks.” Sidekicks aren’t lame; they’re necessary for bringing out the awesome in the superheroes they will eventually become.
1. It's still pretty warm outside.2. More-secular-than-usual Starbucks cups.3.
U. sees rise in height of international graduate students
Café, restaurant to open next year alongside forthcoming concrete monolith for the arts
Admission office sees 9.4 percent increase in early action applications; the vengeful U.S.
There are 22 candidates in the upcoming USG elections, USG president Ella Cheng ’16 announced in an email to the student body on Monday.Cheng is a former staff writer for the Daily Princetonian.Aleksandra Czulak ’17, Grant Golub ’17 and Simon Wu ’17 are running for USG president.