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Women’s basketball (19–5 overall, 10–2 Ivy League) will host Harvard (15–9, 8–4) at Jadwin Gymnasium in their final regular season home game this Friday, Feb. 24. Prior to tip-off, the team will celebrate senior night and honor their five graduating members.
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On a frigid and gloomy Tuesday night on Sherrerd Field at the Class of 1952 Stadium, No. 3 men’s lacrosse (2–0 overall, 0–0 Ivy League) clashed with the Manhattan Jaspers (2–1, 0–0 Metro Atlantic Athletic) in what was a tougher-than-expected game for the heavily favored Tigers. After a 22–9 stomping of Monmouth (1–1, 0–0 Colonial Athletic), Princeton’s endurance, resilience, and poise were tested, but the Tigers emerged with a 14–9 win.
Graduate Student Government votes to support student unionization
Editor’s Note: Since the time of publication, the University has updated the language on its financial aid website to clarify that students on full aid get $10,034, not $9670. The piece has been updated to reflect that change.
For this week, students captured the erratically changing weather and the coming of spring.
Amid a flurry of questions regarding the Princeton Graduate Students United (PGSU) efforts to unionize, the Graduate Student Government (GSG) voted to release a message of support for PGSU, at their meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 21 presided by GSG Vice President of Internal Affairs Allison Tang.
On Feb. 6, 2023, two earthquakes, of 7.8 and 7.6 magnitude each, struck Southeastern Turkey and Northern Syria. In his speech given on Feb. 9, Secretary-General of the United Nations António Guterres stated, “the earthquake that struck Türkiye and Syria is one of the biggest natural disasters in our times.”
For Matija Pecotić ’13, the journey to victory in the round of 32 at the Delray Beach Open, a professional men’s tennis tournament in south Florida, was far from typical.
On a bustling Friday night, I was surrounded by an intoxicating energy in Frist Theatre, where Sympoh, Princeton’s only B-Boy/B-Girl (break-boy/break-girl) crew, was performing.
Women's Basketball dominates weekend games
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University President Christoper L. Eisgruber ’83 discussed his annual letter to the community, campus expansion, combating mental health issues, and the University’s renewed focus on diversity at the first Council of the Princeton University Community (CPUC) meeting of 2023.
The Undergraduate Student Government (USG) met on Sunday, Feb. 19 to approve the spring semester’s budget, confirm new committee members, receive committee updates, and discuss the Mental Health Work Organization.
Speaking to broad student use, 68 percent of students used all of their Dining Points, a part of the Pay with Points program that kicked off in Fall 2022.
The Tigers have hit their stride with reigning Ivy League Tournament MVP, junior guard Kaitlyn Chen, leading the way.
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