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The 7th U.S circuit Court of Appeals recently ruled against several former student athletes, claiming that they deserved to be
financially compensated for their participation in their college’s athletic
court ruled in favor of a February 2016 case where the student athletes’ claims
To illustrate the importance of this issue, Kolemen played a clip from back to the future showing the “Mr. Fusion” device used to power a time-traveling car. Kolemen explained that process control should allow fusion to take place in a space of 5 or 6 meters in diameter, though he doubts that it would ever be possible in something as small as the Mr. Fusion. He outlined several methods for creating fusion energy, starting with the obvious example of the sun. This type of fusion energy is not attainable, though, for an obvious reason.
The Daily Princetonian sat down with University mathematics professor Charles Fefferman GS ‘69 to discuss his work and career. Fefferman was recently jointly awarded the 2017 Wolf Prize in Mathematics with Stanford mathematics professor Richard Schoen for his work in numerous fields such as complex variables, partial differential equations, and subelliptic problems, as well as his contributions to the Navier Stokes equation and Euler Equation, according to the Wolf Foundation’s press release. Fefferman was also awarded the Fields Medal in 1978 for his work on convergence and divergence.
Pacala, an environmental science professor at Princeton for 25 years, first began to develop the course in 2015, a task he felt was an “important responsibility” given the influence of environmental issues on both contemporary and projected global affairs.
On January 13, physics professor William Happer met with President-elect Donald Trump in his New York office at Trump Tower to discuss climate change.
In early November the University, along with 17 other peer institutions, signed the Sponsored Academic Research Agreement (SARA) with Facebook’s Building 8 project.
At their last senate meeting of the semester, the Undergraduate Student Government discussed the results of the bathroom code survey and the menstrual products pilot program among other issues on January 15. At the end of the meeting, outgoing USG members, USG president Aleksandra Czulak '18 and vice president Jeremy Burton '18 celebrated their terms.
University students have found themselves terrorized in the past few days by rabid squirrels. The animals appear to be infected with a rare strain of rabies that makes them more intelligent in addition to becoming ferocious, growing to the size of dogs, and frothing at the mouth.“I walked into my room and found one of them sitting at my desk.
A recent study conducted by researchers in the University's Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology found that buffalo from Buffalo intimidate — and even assault — buffalo from Buffalo.The study, entitled "Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo," suggests that buffaloes in the wildlife intimidate and assault each other, just as humans do.
University President Christopher Eisgruber '83 will complete the Prospect 11 by the conclusion of 2017, according to his bucket list obtained by The Daily Princetonian.
In a move that art critics are lauding as revolutionary, on
Tuesday Mary Elizabeth Ryan ’20 posted an Instagram of Nassau Hall in the snow. “We’ve seen
Instagrams of Nassau Hall,” art history professor Albert Sykes said, “and
Instagrams of the campus covered in snow, but we’ve never seen such a
Princeton’s former Civil Rights Commission was active from 1968 to 1998, according to Town Topics. A subcommittee of the Human Services department introduced an ordinance last October after working for its re-establishment for two years.
Friends interviewed said they remembered Shin as a kind, humble, and hard-working person who was passionate about neuroscience, literature and history, and the state of affairs in South Korea.
Peter Saraf, producer of the 2016 film "Loving," participated in a question-and-answer session at the Princeton Garden Theater on Dec. 16."Loving" depicts the true story of the interracial relationship of Richard and Mildred Loving, who were married in 1958 and subsequently arrested. The couple entered in a legal battle for their relationship that ended in the landmark Supreme Court case, Loving v. Virginia.
The Department of Justice and the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of New Jersey reached an agreement with the University with regards to the University’s protocol and procedural practices relating to students with mental health disabilities, according to a University press release.A compliance review of University policies began in May 2014, and the Justice Department did not find any instances of non-compliance after years of review.
Wonshik Shin ‘19 was found dead in his campus residence Sunday, Dec.
18. Originally from Seoul, South Korea, Shin was 19 years old.The cause of death has yet to be determined but foul play is not suspected, according to a University press release.