Nick Marsh ’90 graduated from the University with a degree in history and no job. Today, the longtime entrepreneur is CEO of Chop’t Creative Salad Company, a quickly expanding casual restaurant chain that recently opened up its 51st shop in Princeton, N.J.
For ten years, Princeton’s University Health Services has offered a series of programs to promote mindfulness and meditation in the community, ranging from a Women's Meditation Series to Mindfulness for Grad Students to Koru Mindfulness, a course developed specifically for college-aged students.
On an overcast Sunday, hordes of young families, students, and other community members milled around Nassau street, sampling food from their favorite restaurants, perusing handmade jewelry, listening to music, and making crafts.
The University’s Activities Fair provides admitted students with a glimpse at the different communities that exist on campus, giving them the opportunity to clearly envision what campus life could be like. Whether they decide to engage in political debates, critique creative writing, or pick apples from trees, there is a club for every admitted student to belong to.
Now in its second year, the U.S. China Global Governance Forum has a new name, different programming, but a similar mission. PUCC will welcome 33 students on April 5, 2017 from the United States, China, and other countries to listen, learn, and share their perspectives on the challenging issues facing the two countries over the next few decades.
“When else can you move to a country just for four or five months, no strings attached?” asked Yihemba Yikona ’17.