The women’s water polo team, ranked No. 9 by the Collegiate Water Polo Association, is entering the CWPA Championship, April 28-30, with strong momentum and an incredible showing from the senior class.
Eight students were selected as the winners of the Spirit of Princeton Award, according to Deputy Dean of Undergraduate Students Thomas Dunne. Seven winners are seniors and one is a junior.
Princeton Theological Seminary rescinded their decision to award Reverend Tim Keller the Abraham Kuyper Prize for Excellence in Reformed Theology and Public Witness, although he still delivered the 2017 Kuyper Lecture.
R.J. Snell emphasized that he did not want to establish and defend a thesis about the meaning of personhood. “I’d rather us just try to reflect together on some basic intuitions that we may or may not share,” Snell said. He described a hypothetical situation in which the audience would debate whether one of the particular audience member was a person.
The Princeton softball team swept Penn 4-0 this weekend, retaining its first-place position in the conference and keeping its lead in the Ivy South.
DJ Relley Rozay, also known as Durelle Napier '17, will be the undergraduate student headliner at the 2017 Spring Lawnparties, as announced by the Undergraduate Student Government Social Committee on Monday.
The Princeton women’s lacrosse team is poised to secure its fourth consecutive Ivy League title this spring. With a record of 8-1 overall, 2-0 Ivy, and a strong legacy of success, the team has built great momentum going into the second half of the season.
The American Whig-Cliosophic society hosted a debate on Wednesday, April 5 on whether the University should divest from private prisons.
PHMC sponsors "FLI is Fly" week to raise awareness of first-generation low-income student experience
From April 3rd to April 7th, the Princeton Hidden Minority Council (PHMC) is holding a “FLI [first-generation low-income] is Fly” week to raise campus awareness about the specific experiences and challenges low-income and first-generation students face. “With this week, we really wanted to bring visibility to FLI students and get everyone to know what FLI is,” Council Co-Chair My Bui ‘18 said.
The University offered admission to 6.1 percent of applicants in 2017 in its most selective round of admissions yet, according to a University press release.