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Princeton South Asian Theatrics presents “The Trump Card”A few reasons why PSAT’s “The Trump Card” may be the best publicity campaign by student groups this semester: it has a topical component, and it poses Donald Trump in a position of meeting non-white foreigners who are, gosh forbid, successful.
1. “Casino Royale” is better than “Spectre”
2. But “Skyfall” is the best
Cruz ’92 proposes dissolution of IRS at presidential debate, proposes annual tribute of insincere folksiness instead
Whig-Clio Tiger statues vandalized yet again, as sacred guardians of Cannon Green, the Tigers demand sacrifice in retribution
Trick-or-Feed raises $7,601, collects 760 non-perishable items, and 76 slightly creased Ivy passes on Princetoween
UMatter, TigerTransit to provide nighttime weekend bus service, with a monorail in the pipeline
Analysis shows Frist, Murray-Dodge most popular places for free food distribution; proves that learning R was good for something
Princeton Neuroscience Network approved as official, 24/7 neuro service dedicated to finding missing or malfunctioning brains
The Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity at Yale allegedly hosted a “White Girls Only” party on Oct.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie named Ford Scudder ’05 as the next New Jersey State Treasurer, according to apress releaseonTuesday.Scudder is the chief operating officer of Laffer Associates, an economic research and consulting firm based in Nashville, Tenn.
General Mark Milley ’80, chief of staff of the U.S. Army, and James Heckman GS ’71, a Nobel Laureate in Economics who is a University of Chicago faculty member, will receive the University’s top honors for alumni at Alumni Day on Feb.
The Fox Club, one of Harvard's eight original all-male final clubs, became the second final club to accept women into its membership on Monday, the Harvard Crimson reported.An email sent to prospective members of the club said that a group of women had become members of the club, and that the club intended to transition to being fully co-ed over the next year.The move comes six weeks after the Spee Club, another formerly all-male final club, voted to invite women to participate in its punch process.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie exited an Amtrak quiet car after passengers complained to the train conductor that Christie had been screaming at his security detail and into his phone, CNN reported.Christie is an ex officio trustee of the University.Alexander Mann, a passenger, said that Christie was on a work call for five to 10 minutes despite signs that instructed riders to refrain from loud conversations or phone use.While one passenger indicated that the governor was asked to leave the area, another recalled that Christie exited of his own accord upon learning that he was in the quiet car.According to Christie’s spokesperson Sam Smith, Christie had not meant to board the quiet area.
The University of Pennsylvania allows Penn employees to take up to two free classes at Penn, The Daily Pennsylvanian reported on Wednesday.These classes can be in either liberal and professional studies or in other fields, and enable these employees to learn more advanced career skills or work toward a degree.Charlotte Merrick, a communications officer in the Penn School of Engineering and Applied Science, explained that young professionals are most likely to take advantage of these free classes.
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13 incidences of hand, foot and mouth disease diagnosed on campus; Meningitis B supposedly overcome, the medieval plague begins anewNeither News nor Notes: Princeton ranked best college town of 2015, according to company no one has ever heard ofMost students comfortable with new rifle policy; calls for Red Ryder carbine-action BB gun this ChristmasAvalonBay construction halted due to on-site contamination; Hand, foot and mouth disease unearthedNJ Transit begins #RudeZone campaign; all rude passengers required to self-segregate from general populationLocal radio station WPRB celebrates 75th anniversary; quietly playing hipster music for old people since 1940
Dartmouth College andDisney Research scientists have developed a new method of displaying full-color images, EurekAlert!
Nineteen students in total have now been diagnosed with hand, foot and mouth disease since the beginning of this academic year as of Tuesday afternoon, University spokesperson Martin Mbugua said.Thirteen cases had been reported as of last Thursday.According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, hand, foot and mouth disease is a viral illness common among children under five years old.Symptoms include reduced appetite, sore throat and malaise.
NJ Transit will debut its #RudeZone campaign over the next six weeks toencouragepassengers to mind their manners during their commutes, Planet Princeton reported.
The campaign will be centered around postcards placed on train seats that read“Greetings from the ?#?RudeZone?! You’ve heard this person before during your commute” or “Don’t be that person, keep it down.” The postcards are accompanied by cartoons of nightmare passengers.
The campaign will focus on six specific types of "rude"passengers.
A “Phone Booth” passenger is one who loudly and publicly holds phone conversations.
About 15 Harvard students staged a “die-in” at the entrance of the Harvard Hillel building on Thursday night, according to the Harvard Crimson.
The protest involved students lying down near the building’s entrance.
Princeton has been ranked the best college town of 2015, according to financial technology company SmartAsset.
According to the company's2015 study, Princeton’s violent crime rate is second lowest within college towns, and its property crime rate is third lowest.
1. R1 is due.
2. R2 is due.
3. First assignment for “Practical Ethics.”
Public Safety to have access to rifles in emergencies, tanks and aircraft also in works
Deaton wins Nobel Prize in economics; the world rejoices and the angels of Wall Street sing
U.S. News & World Report ranked Rutgers University at Newark the most diverse institution among national colleges this month, Fox News reported.
To create the list, U.S.
Everyone has a responsibility to address the lack of education for women worldwide, First Lady Michelle Obama ’85 said at the Fortune’s 50 Most Powerful Women Summit Tuesday, according to a transcript provided by the White House.Obama noted that 62 million girls worldwide are not in school and that though there has been some progress in primary education, girls still lag behind in the field of secondary education, with fewer than 10 percent of girls completing high school.She added that while the problem sometimes comes down to a lack of resources, it is often about attitudes, with girls being subjected to the belief that they should get married and have children or stay home and do household work rather than pursue an education.Obama also noted that she and President Barack Obama launched Let Girls Learn last spring to support girls’ education in conflict zones and that they have partnered with the Peace Corps.