USG social chair Heavyn Jennings confirmed that electronic music duo 3OH!3 and rapper Rich Homie Quan will join Chicago rapper CupcakKe to perform at Lawnparties.
This restriction follows last year’s frosh ban, which prohibited first-year students from entering eating club parties on the final night of frosh week. In the days prior to the 2018 ban, University Public Safety had evacuated 28 students to either Princeton Medical Center (PMC) or McCosh Health Center for alcohol-related emergencies.
Death at Washington/Prospect intersection spurs calls for action amid town's ongoing effort to keep pedestrians safe
This summer, the NJDOT attempted to address issues of pedestrian safety by testing a pedestrian-only signal phase at the intersection of Washington Road and Nassau Street. A fatal collision at the intersection of Washington Road and Prospect Avenue has led to additional calls for action.
University Student Government Social Chair Heavyn Jennings ’20 has confirmed that Elizabeth Eden Harris, known professionally as CupcakKe, will perform at Lawnparties on Sep. 15.
Forbes ranked the University fifth on its America’s Top Colleges 2019 list, behind Harvard University, Stanford University, Yale University, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Forbes’ 2019 Best Value Colleges ranking, however, puts the University at the second spot behind only Brigham Young University.
The Office of the Dean for Research has named professor of chemical and biological engineering Rodney Priestley to the newly-created position of vice dean for innovation. Priestley will work to expand ties with industry, external entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, alumni, and other potential partners, help foster a culture of innovation and entrepreneurship, and enable on-campus researchers to translate their work into commercial and non-profit endeavors.
Morgan Harper GS ’10 brings a progressive platform to Central Ohio, challenging incumbent Congresswoman Beatty
Last month, Morgan Harper GS ’10 launched her campaign for Congress, challenging Democratic incumbent Congresswoman Joyce Beatty. Harper’s platform centers around financial stability, including proposals tuition-free public college, a federal minimum wage increase, and Medicare for All.
Former Princeton ROTC Cadet General Mark Milley ’80 discussed U.S. military challenges and political issues at his Senate confirmation hearing on July 11. Milley has been nominated to serve as the 20th Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
The University was listed as second among private colleges and universities on CNBC Make It’s list of “the top 50 U.S. Colleges that pay off the most,” behind only Stanford University. The University was the only school in the state of New Jersey on the list, which included a total of 25 public and 25 private colleges.
In her first appearance on Jeopardy!, Emma Boettcher ’14 defeated professional sports gambler James Holzhauer, ending his 32-game winning streak and preventing him from surpassing Ken Jennings’ record for highest regular-season winnings. In her first three days on the show, Boettcher has made over $97,000.