As we plan out our second semester schedules, I’ve noticed a prevalent phenomenon: Students value the difficulty (or lack thereof) of a potential class more than their actual interest in the class.
Norwegian player Magnus Carlsen convincingly defended his world chess champion title today by defeating U.S. challenger Fabiano Caruana 3–0 in their tiebreak match.
So during this holiday season, take a break from the football game once in a while. Check on the Chess World Championship, cheer for Fabiano Caruana, and maybe even play a couple of games yourself!
Ivy League Offensive Player of the Year Kevin O’Toole and a stout Princeton defense lead men’s soccer into their NCAA tournament first round showdown Thursday in Ann Arbor.
By understanding the psychology that underpins procrastination, we can transmute our procrastinatory tendencies into directed diligence
Set to host five days of tennis matches, men’s tennis looked to place high in the annual ITA Tournament. However, some tough competition and the elements derailed the Tigers, with sophomore Davey Rodriguez being the only Tiger remaining in Monday’s action.
Starting this Thursday, Princeton will host the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Regional Championships for the Northeast division.