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Princeton 3D Printing is a student organization that aims to make 3D printing technology available to the Princeton community. To learn more about this fascinating technology and organization, Associate Street Editor Harrison Blackman sat down with Matthew Romer ’18, a 'Print Leader' in the club.
This past Friday, the men of Princeton wrestling played host to Navy, a team against whom the Tigers have found little success in decades past. Despite a valiant fight that was filled twists and turns, the Orange and Black came away unsuccessful in a tight loss to the Midshipmen.
After an encouraging victory against Lipscomb University down in Nashville, Tenn., the men’s basketball team looks to continue its newfound momentum as it takes on Liberty University back at Jadwin Gymnasium on Thursday night.
Junior lock Jack Jankowski and junior scrum-half Max Weber are a force of nature to be reckoned with, both on and off of the Rugby field. Roommates in their time off, these two gentlemen sat down with The Daily Princetonian to talk about Rugby, Justin Bieber and their ideal dates.
The men’s ice hockey team (4-9 overall, 3-5 Eastern College Athletic Conference) suffered a tough loss to Penn State (11-2-3, 2-0-0 Big 10) this past Friday, Dec. 11. Despite a three-point rally in the third period, two open net goals helped the Nittany Lions secure a close match, 6-3.
With just under a month left until league play begins, the Ivy League women’s basketball teams have been testing their mettle against non-conference foes. A year after Princeton ran away with the title, the league looks much more competitive this season, with both last year’s closest challengers in Penn and bottom dwellers in Brown and Columbia enjoying successful starts to the year. Here’s how the Tigers and the rest have fared so far:
Both the men's and women's track and field teams returned to Jadwin Gymnasium to host their season home opener at the New Year’s Invitational this past Friday, after convincing performances in the Metro Holiday Meet at Ocean Breeze Park in Staten Island a week prior.
At the end of back-to-back-to-back weekends on the road, the men’s basketball team found success in their second-to-last road trip before winter break. Traveling to the Music City of Nashville, Tenn., they took down Lipscomb University 78-64.
Despite over a decade of practicing gymnastics, then-sophomore TJ Smith arrived on campus last year without any means to continue the sport. Men’s gymnastics had been a varsity sport throughout the 1900s, with a women’s team formed in 1974, but both teams were eventually defunded. Currently, Yale, Cornell, Brown and the University of Pennsylvania are the only Ivy League schools with gymnastics teams.
The Princeton women’s ice hockey team (9-4-1 overall, 5-4-1 ECAC) is scheduled to host the Penn State Nittany Lions (4-10-4, 1-3-4 College Hockey America) for its fifth annual two-game series this weekend at Baker Rink. The Princeton Tigers are currently on a four-game winning streak, which includes their sweep from last weekend against two major conference rivals, No. 7 Harvard and Dartmouth. This week was a successful week for the Orange and the Black, as junior defender Kelsey Koelzer was honored as the ECAC Player of the Week and senior goalie Kimberly Newell was honored as ECAC Goalie of the Week. The team’s offense has been led by freshman forward Karlie Lund in the past few games, who has previously been named ECAC Rookie of the Week. With many stellar players and great team chemistry, the Tigers are striving to continue their success in this weekend’s series against Penn State and the rest of the season.
The men’s basketball team looks to rebound from its first two losses of the season as it faces a struggling Lipscomb team (3-8 overall) on the road this weekend.
The Princeton women’s basketball team will look to extend its five-game win streak in a home game against Pittsburgh on Saturday.
This weekend, the lights on diSiac’s fall-semester show go up in Berlind Theatre. Street got the inside scoop on “Legend” from president Emily Wohl ’16 and publicity chair Alexandra Loh ’17, who came up with the show’s theme.
Princeton Chinese Theatre’s “Timeless Love” is a time-traveling love story that straddles the present and a world on the cusp of World War II. Before the show’s opening this weekend, Street spoke to PCT’s president Richard Hu ’16 and the show’s director Cadee Qiu ’18.
Tilghman to join nefarious-sounding but equally prestigious-sounding Harvard Corporation
Music: Princeton University Orchestra presents “December 2015 Concerts”
Dearest Princetonians, you have reached, if you will, the home stretch of your regular season. With classes just a week and a half away from winding down, you may, as I do, begin to wonder in vain why we have been allotted merely two weeks of rest and relaxation instead of three, as has been the case in years past. How, you may ask, will be the most productive way to spend your holidays? Preparing for Dean’s Date? Getting a head start on your upcoming exams?
Buoyed by impressive performances by the men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams, Princeton edged out seven other teams to place first at the three-day Big Al Open meet, hosted in DeNunzio Pool. The men’s team scored 1100.5 points, beating out runner-up Pittsburgh at 818 points, while the women’s team also scored a narrow victory over Pittsburgh, 994 to 931 points. Princeton also defeated fellow Ivy League members Brown and Dartmouth in the invitational, which also served as Princeton’s regular season dual meet against these teams. Combined with previous wins over Penn and Cornell, the Tigers’ win this weekend moves both the men’s and women’s teams to 4-0 against Ivy League opponents.