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Three alumni have been named to Gazette Review's “Top 10 Most Intelligent People in the World” list, which was published on April 8. The list includes Terence Tao GS '96, who was named the world's most intelligent person, along with Christopher Hirata GS '05 and Akshay Venkatesh GS '02.
There is no safe online space for people to ask questions about sex and pleasure without attracting vicious internet trolls, Andrea Barrica, Founder and CEO of O.school, said in a workshop on Tuesday titled ‘Sex, Power and Pleasure: The Sex Ed you Deserve.’O.school is a shame-free online platform for pleasure education that is intersectional, trauma-informed, and entirely LGBTQ+ inclusive, Barrica explained.
Mark Beissinger, the Henry W. Putnam Professor of Politics, is one of the recipients of the 2017 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship.
Due to the ambiguity and debate surrounding the Paris Agreement, Steve Pacala wanted clarityfor his students in the new Environmental Nexus (ENV 200) class.
The Undergraduate Student Government discussed resolutions created by the Women's Student Leadership Task Force in their weekly meeting on April 9.
When describing relations between the United States and China, former U.S. Ambassador to China Max Baucus said that “it’s kind of like a marriage,” in that each country needs the other in order to pursue their goals in the world.
Linda Colley, the Shelby M.C. Davis 1958 Professor of History, is one of the recipients of the 2017 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship. Colley received the award in the field of Constitutional Study, and she is also a Fellow of the British Academy and the Royal Society of Literature. The Daily Princetonian sat down with Colley to discuss her current research on British history and its applications to society. This Q&A is part of a series featuring the four University affiliates who are recipients of this year's Guggenheim Fellowship.
In windy weather on April 7 and 8, the Princeton Track and Field program competed at the Sam Howell Invitational in their first home meet of the season. There was no team scoring at the meet, but on the women’s side, the Tigers won nine events, and on the men’s side, the Tigers won eight events.
Both the men and women’s tennis teams faced off against Cornell and Columbia this past Friday and Sunday. While the men lost both of their matches in their first round of Ivy League competition, the women were able to pull out a win against the Lions after a loss to the Big Red to stand 2-1 in the Ivy League.
At noon in Palmer Square, a lone guitarist stood next to an anti-war sign to protest the U.S. missile attack on Syria.
“In order to talk about science, we can’t just talk about it in a vacuum...We need to connect it to the other social issues that are dividing us as a nation and as an international community.”
Eric Swanson wasn’t planning to be so involved in Bioengineers Without Borders (BWB) when he first joined.
Though rising populist leaders, spreading Islamophobia and isolationist tendencies have threatened refugees around the world, students at leading French university Sciences Po have created an organization to provide emergency and integration aid to asylum seekers in France.
UC Berkeley students are developing a website and mobile app to connect campus students experiencing mental health issues with other students who face similar experiences. The startup, called SafeSpace, placed first in the Improving Student Life category of UC Berkeley’s 2016 Big Ideas contest, an annual competition aimed at providing students with startup ideas and resources to help turn ideas into realities.
A Duke medical student's NGO aims to expand career development options in science, technology engineering and math for youth in Nigeria.Teminioluwa Ajayi, a third-year medical student at Duke, co-founded Grow with Nigeria three years ago after moving to the United States when he was 15 years old.
Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch was confirmed as a Supreme Court Justice by the Senate with a 54-45 vote yesterday over accusations of plagiarism in his book “The Future of Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia,” according to POLITICO.
Professor of Religion AnneMarie Luijendijk and Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Clancy Rowley ’95 were named the new heads of Wilson and Rockefeller Colleges.
Espionage defends liberty by promoting national security, former Central Intelligence Agency director Michael Hayden argued on Thursday.“The secret pursuit of secret truth is not only compatible with, but essential to, American democracy,” he said.
Last summer University students went to the front lines and reported on an ongoing story — the refugee crisis in Greece.
J.I.D will open for Jeremih at the 2017 Spring Lawnparties, as announced by the Undergraduate Student Government Social Committee on April 6 at 9:30 p.m.