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The Princeton Black Student Union (BSU) hosted the University of Pennsylvania’s Black Students League (BSL) when the two schools’ football teams faced off at Powers Field on Nov. 19. The two organizations led joint community-building programming on Princeton’s campus before and after the game.
Happy Ho-Ho-Holidays! We can all agree that there is an abundance of seasonal festive movies, television specials, and music to inject some joy into 3 p.m. sunsets. On some long winter nights, all you need is to turn your brain off, turn on the TV, and sip some hot chocolate. Let me help you out with some recommendations.
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The men’s hockey team (3–6–0 overall, 2–5–0 ECA) played back-to-back games against Rochester Institute of Technology (11–3–0, 9–1–0 Atlantic) this past weekend, splitting the pair.
Senior forward Tosan Evbuomwan has done it again for Princeton men’s basketball — this time, on his home turf in the United Kingdom.
For many, Thanksgiving is a time to acknowledge and express gratitude to the people who make a difference in others’ lives. For Princeton students, that includes the seven thousand staff members, a number greater than the current undergraduate student body, who ensure that the campus is operating smoothly. This thanksgiving, we asked Daily Princetonian staffers to shout out staff on campus that they are thankful for.
Pablo G. Debenedetti will step down as Dean for Research on June 30, 2023 after a decade in this role, according to an announcement released by the University on Tuesday, Nov. 22. Debenedetti plans to retire after taking a sabbatical during the 2023-24 academic year.
Jennifer Rexford ’91, chair of the Department of Computer Science, will serve as Princeton’s 14th provost, according to an announcement released by the University on Tuesday, Nov. 22. She will assume the position in March 2023, following current Provost Deborah Prentice’s departure to serve as the Vice Chancellor at the University of Cambridge.
On Friday, Nov. 18, Sara Mughal of Starbucks Workers United spoke to students in a talk sponsored by the Princeton Young Democratic Socialists of America (YDSA) and the Whig-Cliosophic Society (Whig-Clio).
A panel of journalists and political scientists convened to answer the question: “Elections 2022: What Happened? What’s Next?” The event, which was held on Wednesday, Nov. 16, was sponsored by The Center for the Study of Democratic Politics (CSDP) and the School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA).
Misrach Ewunetie ’24, a junior in the Department of Sociology from Euclid, Ohio, died on Oct. 20 on Princeton University’s campus. Described by family and friends as a “precious, beautiful soul,” and a “role model, tutor, and best friend,” Ewunetie was remembered by those who knew her as a “great listener.” She was 20 years old.
At a panel about public opinion polling, called “Is Polling Good for Democracy?” executive director of the Data-Driven Social Science Initiative Edward Freeland ’92 introduced G. Elliott Morris, a data journalist for The Economist to discuss his new book “Strength in Numbers.” The panel was sponsored by the Princeton Survey Research Center (PSRC) and the Center for the Study of Democratic Politics (CDSP).
Lately, I’ve been digging around the Oral History Project of the Department of Mathematics to learn more about one of my favorite Princeton traditions: teatime at Fine Hall. Here is what I found:
Princeton’s women’s swimming and diving team lost this past weekend against Cornell 121–179 and Penn 145–154.
Content Warning: The following column contains mention of antisemitism.
The Undergraduate Student Government (USG) Senate opened their most recent meeting on Nov. 20 with a discussion of mental health on campus, in light of a recent interview published in The Daily Princetonian with University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83.
It seems like construction never ceases on campus. Fences abound, pathways are blocked, and cranes line the horizon. Take a look to see what campus looked like before construction versus after.
Sometime in August, one of my favorite singers and thinkers of all time, Jorge Drexler, announced the addition of a new date to his 2022 “Tinta y Tiempo” world tour. My heart skipped a beat when I read “Show Added: McCarter Theatre, Princeton, N.J.” How in the world was this Grammy and Oscar-winning, Latin-American superstar coming to this small college town in the middle of New Jersey?