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Ryan Reich, a former trader at Barclays Plc, arrives to stand trial for conspiring from 2005 through 2007 to fix the London interbank offered rate, or Libor, at Southwark Crown Court in London, U.K., on Friday, May 27, 2016. Reich shouted "no, no, no, no," from his seat on Friday after the prosecutor asked fellow ex-Barclays trader Alex Pabon on the stand if the Libor rate affected swaps valuations. Photographer: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg *** Local Caption *** Ryan Reich
An estimated 200 students waited in line to buy tickets at Frist Campus Center for the Ivy League Basketball Tournament to be held March 11-12 at the Palestra in Philadelphia.
In an unprecedented civic engagement event, University affiliates organized to create yesterday’s Day of Action, hundreds of students converged in Frist Campus Center to participate in what organizers called a “day of Teach-ins and Action.”Sixty-four teach-ins, hour-long discussions, and teaching sessions centered around a certain topic were conducted on issues such as civil rights, democracy and knowledge, international peace and security, as well as climate and environmental challenges.
President Donald Trump’s updated travel ban executive order affects populations from 6 countries.
“We’re interested in providing an outlet for students to learn about, engage with, and have a positive impact on climate change,” Jonathan Lu ’18 said, another co-founder of PSCL. The group’s inception arose from a need to address current issues surrounding just how institutions and lawmakers are handling climate change, as well as a marked lack of discussion at the time within campus itself.
Gregory Katsas '86 was named Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Counsel to the President. He will serve in these posts from the White House Counsel's office.Katsas will report to White House Counsel Donald McGahn II, where he will advise President Donald Trump on all legal issues concerning the President and his administration.
Lonnie Reece Smyth GS '10 and Lewis Lukens '86 GS '03 were named chargé d'affaires ad interim at the U.S. Embassies in Ireland and the United Kingdom, respectively.
“I considered myself a writer, but didn’t write anything,” Whitehead said. “Eventually I gathered my forces and wrote two five-page stories to audition for the creative writing classes, but I was turned down each time.”
The Princeton men’s ice hockey season this year can be viewed as one long comeback. Situated in the cellar of the ECAC for much of the beginning of the season, the team clawed back to earn a No. 7 seed and home ice for the first round of the conference tournament. However, this pales in comparison to the comeback pulled by the team in this weekend’s three-game playoff series against Colgate. Literally a second from elimination, Princeton fought back to win the series and advance in the tournament.
Members of the University science community gathered on the Day of Action to discuss the importance of science and its historical and current role in the political climate.
Reich and Contogoulas’ manipulation of LIBOR rates entailed serving as middlemen between the Barclays U.S. dollar swaps trading desks and the U.S. dollar rate submitters in London, requesting specific rates that would make their own trading more lucrative.
Coming into this weekend, the Tigers knew that they would be invited to the inaugural Ivy League tournament. What they didn’t know, however, was if they would be there defending a regular season title or just looking to turn a second or third place finish into a spot in the Big Dance this March.
In its weekly meeting on Mar. 5, the Undergraduate Student Government confirmed new committee members, recapped a meeting on student health care and Mental Health Week, and deliberated future steps for the student room guide.
The Class of 2012 decided to change their costume choice for their Star Wars-theme at Reunions in response to one classmate’s concerns about the term “storm trooper,” which has connections to Nazi Germany.
“We heard banging on the window, and went to go look to see what happening, and then as we turned the corner in the annex, we saw the deer inside the building, and we saw all the broken glass, and we starting running the opposite way because we were obviously scared of the deer,” Shaw said.
In the most important game of the season, the Princeton Tigers showed last night why they are the best team in the Ivy League.
The degree of polarization – especially among media outlets – is at a zenith, Tom Weber ’89 asserted at the Princeton Social Media Day.
“We take energy for granted,” Richard said, recalling the devastating Hurricane Sandy, which left thousands of individuals across the East Coast without electricity for days in October 2012. Richard said that he believes a realignment of energy sourcing can be the answer to problems such as those that arise after natural disasters when only traditional energy sources are available.
Crenshaw argued that we must acknowledge painful truths in order to achieve equality. She said we must acknowledge that constitutional language centered around the idea of the individual prevents the administration of justice to people who have been systemically discriminated against because of their membership to a particular group.