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The six Bicker clubs, as well as one sign-in club, held officer elections this month. All eleven eating clubs have now elected new leaders, who will be responsible for governing their clubs following Princeton’s largest class ever entering into the eating club scene.

The six Bicker clubs, as well as one sign-in club, held officer elections this month. All eleven eating clubs have now elected new leaders, who will be responsible for governing their clubs following Princeton’s largest class ever entering into the eating club scene.


Students hopped at the chance to leap into Feb. 29 at a Campus Club event held by the Princeton Student Events Committee (PSEC) in commemoration of the leap year. Festivities included cake, trampolines, and frog-themed crafts to celebrate Princeton's 68th leap year.  

Students hopped at the chance to leap into Feb. 29 at a Campus Club event held by the Princeton Student Events Committee (PSEC) in commemoration of the leap year. Festivities included cake, trampolines, and frog-themed crafts to celebrate Princeton's 68th leap year.  



A woman holding a basketball.

From scoreboard management to last minute fruit snack runs, SJ Ruybalid single handedly manages the women’s basketball team. Now, as the women’s team heads into Ivy Madness, Ruybalid reflects on her time with the team.

From scoreboard management to last minute fruit snack runs, SJ Ruybalid single handedly manages the women’s basketball team. Now, as the women’s team heads into Ivy Madness, Ruybalid reflects on her time with the team.


Caden Pierce jumps off the court with a basketball coming out of his hand. Several Columbia players wearing blue jerseys stand around him.

After winning against Columbia, the Tigers will now turn to a pivotal Ivy League game Saturday night versus the the Cornell Big Red, as they vie for the important one seed in the Ivy Madness tournament.

After winning against Columbia, the Tigers will now turn to a pivotal Ivy League game Saturday night versus the the Cornell Big Red, as they vie for the important one seed in the Ivy Madness tournament.


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100 Division I schools received a highlight tape from Tosan Evbuomwan’s club basketball coach. Princeton was the only one to respond. Three seasons, an Ivy Player of the Year award, and a trip to the Sweet Sixteen later, he’s the only Ivy Leaguer in the NBA — and he used to play cricket in high school.

100 Division I schools received a highlight tape from Tosan Evbuomwan’s club basketball coach. Princeton was the only one to respond. Three seasons, an Ivy Player of the Year award, and a trip to the Sweet Sixteen later, he’s the only Ivy Leaguer in the NBA — and he used to play cricket in high school.


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