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International terrorism is a lesser threat to America than homegrown violent extremism, said Peter Bergen, CNN National Security Analyst, at a public lecture Thursday.Bergen, a seasoned foreign policy and security expert who even interviewed Osama Bin Laden, shared with the audience a few concerns he had about the future of international terrorism.
After a full year of renovations, the Murray-Dodge Café, dubbed Princeton’s hole-in-the-wall space, has resumed its cookie-baking.The Café, located in the basement of Murray-Dodge Hall adjacent from the University Art Museum, was moved to the Carl A.
Princeton Internships in Civic Service launched a new endowment called the Leave Your Legacy campaign, a separate initiativefrom its original endowment established within Princeton University Investment Company, which manages the University’s larger endowment.The original PICS endowment was based largely on donations from the Class of 1969 after its 25th Reunion.
Chief of the Federal Communications Commission’s Bureau of Enforcement Travis LeBlanc ’99 discussed the necessity of privacy and consumer protections in a lecture and Q&A session on Wednesday afternoon.LeBlanc’s talk underscored the need for both preventative and enforcement measures against violations of rights for American consumers online and in telecommunications.
Travis LeBlanc '99 has advised President Obama’s administration as a Department of Justice attorney, and currently serves as Chief of the Bureau of Enforcement at the Federal Communications Commission.
Associate Professor of Near Eastern Studies Michael Reynolds GS ’03 published an article on the Foreign Policy Research Institute on Sept.26 that accused supporters of Islamic preacher Fethullah Gülen of allegedly orchestrating the attempted Turkish coup in Jul.Reynolds further called for Gülen’s expulsion from the United States.Reynold’s essay outlined the existence of a struggle between pro-government forces led by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdo?an and underground, “insidious” forces purportedly led by exiled Gülen.Gülen is an Islamic cleric currently residing in Saylorsburg, Pennsylvania.
Subhash Khot GS ’03, an alumnus of the University’s graduate computer science program, has received the MacArthur Fellowship for his pioneering work in computational complexity.Khot is currently a professor at New York University’s Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences.
A new University committee is hosting a series of focus groups to generate student input on meal plans and dining options on campus in an effort to recommend more efficient and more flexible options that best suit the University’s diverse student body.The Princeton University Board Plan Review Committee was created last semester as an extension of the University’s strategic planning process and the strategic planning task force on the residential college model.
Sonya Satinsky began serving as the director of health promotion and prevention services for University Health Services on Sept. 26. She sat down with The Daily Princetonian to discuss her personal perspective on health, sexuality, and gender issues, and a holistic approach to wellness.
The trial brought against the University over its tax exemption status will begin on Oct.
The Department of Public Safety responded to a report of "terroristic threats" incident on Sept.
The Daily Princetonian sat down with University professor F. Duncan Haldane. Haldane was awarded the 2016 Nobel Prize in Physics for "theoretical discoveries of topological phase transitions and topological phases of matter." He joins the likes of Philip Anderson, Joseph Taylor, Daniel Tsui, and David Gross as University faculty members who've received a Nobel Prize in physics.
University professor Frederick Duncan Haldane was awarded the 2016 Nobel Prize in Physics on Oct.
University professor Duncan Haldane was awarded the 2016 Nobel Physics Prize today “for theoretical discoveries of topological phase transitions and topological phases of matter”, according to a press release by the Nobel Prize Association.
Haldane, the Eugene Higgins professor of physics, will share half of the prize with J.
Playing on home turf at Roberts Stadium, Princeton came incredibly close to rallying for an amazing win, but ending the Ivy League opening game with a tie was almost a win in itself.
Astrophysics professor Stewart Prager stepped down as director of the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory on Sept.
The Department of Public Safety responded to two cases of sexual harassment on Prospect Avenue reported in late September.
Ranked No. 14 in the national poll, the University’s men’s water polo team wasted no time in impressing observers, going 4-1 against fellow Collegiate Water Polo Association programs.