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After eating club sign-in ceremonies at Cloister Inn and Charter Club on Feb. 6, 1988, 39 students ended up at McCosh Health Center with alcohol poisoning. Seven more were sent directly to Princeton Medical Center, now known as the University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro, with one sophomore in an alcohol-induced coma. Criminal charges were brought up against five officers of the clubs, and two were even initially sentenced to serve time.
The University celebrated the opening of the new Lewis Arts complex with a dedication ceremony on Friday morning.
An inclusive vision for India, opening up several systems in the country, and the creation of jobs are top priorities for India’s future, according to Indian politician Rahul Gandhi.
The University will make its transfer application available early in the fall of this year, according to its undergraduate admissions website. Transfer students will be admitted to the University for the first time in 28 years starting in fall 2018.
Sharon Fairley ’82 has been the Chief of Chicago’s Independent Police Review Authority since 2015. She held various positions in marketing management, marketing consulting, and advertising management before becoming an attorney and federal prosecutor. Fairley sat down with 'Prince' to discuss her career trajectory, reactions to movements such as #BlackLivesMatter, and the organization that is set to replace the IPRA.
Sarah Tantillo ’87 is an educational consultant who has written several books and research reports, founded multiple organizations to aid charter schools, and taught high school English and humanities for 14 years. The ‘Prince’ sat down with her to discuss her books, experiences at the University, roles in founding the New Jersey Charter School Resource Center and New Jersey Charter Public Schools Association, and thoughts on the future of education in the United States.
Lisa Belkin ’82 is the Chief National Correspondent at Yahoo News. She worked for The New York Times for 30 years and authored three books – "Life’s Work, Confessions of an Unbalanced Mom,” “First, Do No Harm,” and “Show Me A Hero.” The Daily Princetonian sat down with her to discuss her experiences at the University, her writing process, and her multi-decade career in the world of journalism.
University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83, Princeton Mayor Liz Lempert, and members of the Princeton Council met to discuss town-gown interests in the fourth annual public meeting between the town and the University.
Swedish electropop duo Icona Pop will be headlining the Fall 2016 Lawnparties, Undergraduate Student Government president Aleksandra Czulak ’17 announced in the Lawnparties website Wednesday.
Of the 13 University students and alumni and two assistant coaches that competed at the 2016 Olympics, three returned home with medals.
Of the University’s two track and field assistant coaches that competed on Day 13 of the Games, one was disqualified, while the other failed to qualify for the next round.
U.S. athlete Donald Cabral ’12 finished in eighth place in his 3,000m steeplechase finals with a final time of 8:25.81. Kenya’s Conseslus Kipruto finished first with a time of 8:03.28, a new Olympic record. At the 2012 Games, Cabral had finished eighth with a time of 8:25.91.
Despite a 2-1 victory over Germany in the preliminary matches on Day 4 of the Games, Diana Matheson ’08 and the rest of her Canadian soccer team fell 2-0 to the German squad in the semifinals of the event. Matheson only played the last thirty minutes of the match. This loss ended Canada’s undefeated streak at the tournament. Canada will now face Brazil on Friday for the bronze medal. In the preliminaries of the event, Canada and Brazil were the two highest ranked teams in each of their groups, with 9 and 7 points respectively.
U.S. athlete Donn Cabral '12 has qualified for the 3,000m steeplechase finals on Wednesday after finishing third in his heat, which happened to be the most competitive of the three. His time of 8:21.96 puts him third in the overall standings, behind Kenyan Conseslus Kipruto’s time of 8:21.40 and Ugandan Jacob Araptany’s 8:21.53.
Gevvie Stone ’07 became the first Princetonian to earn a spot on the podium at the 2016 Games when she won a silver medal in her single sculls event.
Three Tigers competed on Day 7 of the Games, locking in two more Tiger powered victories for Canada and USA.
Ten Tigers competed on Day 6 of the 2016 Rio Games in rowing, water polo, fencing, and field hockey.
Due to poor weather conditions, all rowing events were cancelled on Day 5 for the second time in four days. This made a preliminary field hockey match between the U.S. and Japan the only event with Princetonians in it on Wednesday.
Day 4 of the Games saw some powerful performances from six Tigers in rowing, water polo and soccer.
Six Princeton Olympians competed in rowing and field hockey on Day 3 of the Games.