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It is currently a common practice for instructors not to return Dean’s Date papers or final exams with feedback — or at all.
Princeton University, by all accounts, has an unusual academic calendar among its peers.
I have less than 50 days until my thesis is due, and less than 100 before I graduate. Folks, it’s real.
Recently, the University announced its intention to accept a small number of transfer students, starting as early as 2018, as part of a broader strategic planning framework intended to underscore Princeton’s commitment to continued leadership in education, inclusivity and diversity.
Princeton has always had the ability to attract stirring speakers.
Imagine waking up one morning to chants of “You will be broken into 16 parts,” aimed directly at you, followed by more chants in support of the person who had tried to stab you, branding him as a martyr and seeking vengeance for the legal punishment he/she received.
1986 –Around the time of the Reagan-Gorbachev summit in November, the “Washington Post” and the “New York Times” ran articles on Mikhail Gorbachev's view of America.
Throughout frosh week I was bombarded with information about life at Princeton, but there seemed to be a special focus on alcohol education.
Over the last 16 years, our dance troupe has aimed to learn about and share the art and history of belly dance with the Princeton community by bringing together students with a diverse range of experiences and exposures, from those who had never danced before to those who grew up with it as part of their culture.
Last weekend, I saw Raks Odalisque’s show "Dawn." Raks O is Princeton’s belly dance company.
You may have heard of "The Wall," an activist art display constructed by the Princeton Committee on Palestine and the Princeton DREAM Team near McCosh.
As American students, we are able to take much for granted.
Princeton offers its undergraduate students a wide array of summer opportunities, from the International Internship Program (IIP) to Princeton Internships in Civic Service (PICS). Included in students’ access to summer opportunities is the ability to study abroad during the summer for course credit through the Office of International Programs.