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This season, the Princeton football team had more wins than their in-state rivals have garnered in the past three years combined. Yet despite the calls from local media and a few drunk students clad in orange and black, the Rutgers Scarlet Knights have refused to schedule a non-conference game against the Tigers.
After more than a year of undercover investigations by University officials, 17 intramural athletes were suspended by Campus Recreation on Tuesday for doping. The announcement sent shockwaves rippling through campus, cast the future of dozens of teams into doubt, and thrust the demanding world of intramural sports under intense, unwelcome scrutiny.
President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 has been impeached by the Undergraduate Student Government (USG) following majority approval of two articles of impeachment. The charges? “Abuse of power” and “obstruction of memes.”
It is easy to forget that unlike the outside world, the weather conditions on campus are the products of conscious construction. Though determining the operational parameters of President Eisgruber ’83’s weather machine remains a daunting and neglected project — the silence in the referendum department is deafening — it remains the case that he could, on a whim, resolve the ecological matters that concern much of our campus community.
Last week, Murray-Dodge Cafe announced that they would begin offering marijuana edibles in addition to cookies in a joint effort with the Princeton Cannabis Society. Edibles will be offered starting on Dean’s Date at 4:20 a.m.
William Cox ’22 fancies himself a “normal” Princeton student. He misses the old Tigerbook, never eats fewer than five cookies at Murray-Dodge Cafe, and often enjoys a night out on Prospect Avenue at Campus Club.
Princeton Athletics is launching a new initiative to boost student attendance at Princeton sporting events: adding study carrels to the stands at its sporting facilities.
In an effort to “get with the times,” the University has gotten rid of the historic Dinky train, and in its place has constructed a 50-foot-tall electric scooter that will transport students from campus to Princeton Junction and back.
The Honor Committee announced in an email last Thursday that “pirating ‘Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2’” will be added to the list of violations under their jurisdiction.
In December, Princeton Charter Club’s Board of Governors solicited plans to redesign the club to improve enrollment numbers. Internal memos leaked to The Daily Princetonian reveal the cream of the crop. Out of the 1,746 submissions received, here are the top 10 ways to spruce up Charter.
“Double Sights” — known colloquially throughout the town as the “Woody Woo 36-Degree Inverted Half Pipe” — has garnered mixed reviews from community members since its construction.
Realizing the absurdity of a two-story building calling itself “Tower Club,” Tower Club’s management has purchased the tallest building in Princeton. Other clubs are following Tower’s lead, creating a very different Street than students are used to.
Craig Mazin ’92 was honored with a Golden Globe Award on Sunday evening as creator, writer, and executive producer of “Chernobyl,” the 2019 miniseries produced by HBO in association with Sky UK.
In the first season of head coach Carla Berube’s tenure, Princeton women’s basketball has put together an impressive non-conference resume.
On Saturday, Jan. 4, junior guard Ryan Schwieger had 27 points, sophomore guard Jaelin Llewellyn had 18 points and 14 rebounds, and junior center Richmond Aririguzoh put up 15 points and 10 boards as Princeton (5–8, 1–0 Ivy League) opened Ivy League play with a 78–64 win at Penn (7–5, 0–1). The Tigers were in control throughout, as they never trailed. For the Quakers, Jordan Dingle lead the way with 21 points, and Devon Goodman chipped in 16 points, five boards, and seven assists.
Few things worry first-years more than the fear of not making friends in college — and for good reason. Harvard researchers found in 2017 that nearly half of first years felt that their peers had larger friend groups than themselves. A 2018 national survey of 88,000 students across 140 institutions confirmed that two thirds “felt very lonely” within the past 12 months.
Last year, Princeton Theological Seminary (PTS) committed $28 million to pay reparations for its complicity in the institutions of American slavery. PTS’ steps include offering scholarships, fellowships, and resources to the descendants of those affected by its actions, as well as inhabitants of West African nations impacted by the slave trade.
The University has filed a $10.7 million lawsuit against firms involved in the design and construction of the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment.
Gilbert Spencer ’22 ended his first fall semester in a bike crash. Now, he’s suing.
We, the undersigned students, alumni, and affiliates of Princeton University, recognize, respect, and stand in solidarity with the peaceful protests by students of Jamia Millia Islamia and Aligarh Muslim University against the passing of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) of 2019. Further, we stand with the peaceful protests occurring across the country and condemn the use of force by the police forces as well as the imposition of Section 144, suspension of public transit, and mobile and internet services.