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One of the most notable changes under the new plan includes alterations to the Block 95 meal plan, which is offered to juniors, seniors, and graduate students. The new version of the plan will feature an additional 250 dining points, built-in at no extra cost, that can be used at the nine campus cafés: Frist Food Gallery, Café Vivian, Witherspoon Café, Woodrow Wilson School Café, E-Quad Café, Frick Chemistry Café, Genomics Café, Chancellor Green Café, and the Atrium Café. Furthermore, these points can be used during school breaks, a new concept that deviates from the current system in which students have to purchase additional plans exclusive to break weeks.
A critical and box office success, “Hidden Figures” is hot off of an impressive awards season — during which it won 28 out of its 72 total nominations — and a run at Princeton Garden Theatre, where it was a USG “Movie of the Week,” in addition to being screened by the computer science department and the Carl A.
As part of a series for Women's History Month, The Daily Princetonian sat down with Professor Shirley Tilghman, President Emerita of Princeton University. The 'Prince' interviewed Tilghman about her journey through science, her time as President of the University, and the advice she has for young students entering careers in science.
Members of the dining staff of all six residential colleges used cots brought over from Dillon Gym to sleep. According to one staff member, this is not the first time dining hall staffers have slept on campus in preparation for a storm or other inclement weather event. In previous instances, one staff member said, workers have slept in Dillon Gym.
he University’s Office of Alumni Affairs has announced that candidates Aleksandra Czulak ’17, Andrew Sun ’17, and Achille Tenkiang ’17 have passed the primary round of the Young Alumni Trustee Election, and will move on to the General Election, to be held from May 2 to May 24, according to a press release from Cathy Phillips. The election results were verified and confirmed by an election services company hired to run the election.
Assistant Vice President of the Office of Communications Daniel Day presented the framework for a new University website. The current website was designed in 2007, and, according to Day, has failed to keep up with changes in technology and shifts to mobile web browsing.
The Princeton Women’s Basketball Team’s season came to an
end this afternoon after a defeat in the Ivy League Tournament Final against
To top a historic season, the men's basketball team (23-6, 16-0 Ivy League) just concluded a victorious weekend at the Palestra in Philadelphia at the first annual Ivy League tournament.
Seeking to help Afghan girls learn coding skills and to empower them both financially and socially, Fereshteh Forough founded Code to Inspire, the first coding school for girls in Afghanistan. At a dinner discussion on Friday, Forough shared her life’s journey, from being born as an Afghan refugee in Iran, to graduating with a master’s degree in computer science from the Technical University of Berlin, to finally founding CTI in 2015.
Halftime Recap: Slow Second Quarter Has Princeton Trailing Penn in FinalPlaying a de facto road game in the Palestra, Princeton trails Penn 29-18 at halftime of the Ivy League Women’s Tournament Final.
Hopefully the Princeton fans and players like to dance, because the Tigers punched their ticket to the biggest one in the nation.
The Ivy League Conference Tournament Title and auto bid to the NCAA Tournament will come down to a battle between the last two regular season champions.In the third of 4 games Saturday afternoon, the Yale Bulldogs defeated the Harvard Crimson 73 - 71 to advance to the Tournament final tomorrow.
Princeton’s overtime victory over Penn this afternoon serves as an excellent example of why so many argued for an Ivy League tournament in the first place.
In a lawsuit filed in federal court in New Jersey on March 9, former University graduate student John Doe alleges that the University did not take his case of sexual assault and attempted suicide seriously enough.
The Constitutional Court of South Korea ousted President Park Geun-hye on March 9 after months of unrest in the country, including protests against government corruption.
He explained that now, the newest evolution of Russia–U.S. relations is becoming clear: the United States is experiencing a governmental collapse comparable to the fall of the Soviet Union, and meanwhile the leaders of the U.S. and Russia see eye-to- eye on a long list of issues.
In a lecture on Thursday, May Boeve, climate change activist and executive director of 350.org, spoke about how she has reshaped the climate change fight for use as a “useful window into unpacking larger topics” against the “specific and unique fight by Donald Trump.”
The solar panels, situated on 27 acres in West Windsor Township, are home to one of the University's green energy initiatives. Seventy-five percent of the panels are tracking panels that will adjust to absorb as much sun as possible. The remaining 25 percent do not track the sunlight and therefore face south in order to maximize absorption. Surrounded by a fence on all sides to protect the fields, the grass in the fields is a special blend that won't grow taller than two feet in order to minimize energy used by mowing the grass.