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As part of the University’s plan to reach net carbon neutrality by 2046, an important portion of campus energy is now being provided by a geo-exchange system, which includes a network of underground pipes, thermal energy storage tanks, and a newly constructed building called TIGER: the Thermally Integrated Geo-Exchange Resource. The Daily Princetonian took a tour of TIGER led by Energy Plant manager Ted Borer, who explained the inner workings of the system.

As part of the University’s plan to reach net carbon neutrality by 2046, an important portion of campus energy is now being provided by a geo-exchange system, which includes a network of underground pipes, thermal energy storage tanks, and a newly constructed building called TIGER: the Thermally Integrated Geo-Exchange Resource. The Daily Princetonian took a tour of TIGER led by Energy Plant manager Ted Borer, who explained the inner workings of the system.


Per an announcement from the dean of the college, the University is launching a pilot to allow students to take up to two final exams per day this semester as part of a move towards a shorter exam period.

Per an announcement from the dean of the college, the University is launching a pilot to allow students to take up to two final exams per day this semester as part of a move towards a shorter exam period.



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Associate Sports Editor Hayk Yengibaryan ’26, Assistant Sports Editor Harrison Blank ’26, sports staff writer Allison Ha ’25, and sports staff writer Max Hines ’25 make their predictions for this weekend’s Ivy League contest.

Associate Sports Editor Hayk Yengibaryan ’26, Assistant Sports Editor Harrison Blank ’26, sports staff writer Allison Ha ’25, and sports staff writer Max Hines ’25 make their predictions for this weekend’s Ivy League contest.


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Men in black shirts smile for a picture, standing on a tennis court holding a banner and a trophy.

Princeton men's tennis squad crushed their competition including Brown University, Yale University, and the University of Pennsylvania this past weekend to win the ECAC Indoor Championships.

Princeton men's tennis squad crushed their competition including Brown University, Yale University, and the University of Pennsylvania this past weekend to win the ECAC Conference Indoor Championships.


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