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Students on Princeton’s unlimited dining plan now have five new restaurants they can eat out at using the dining points established in an Undergraduate Student Government (USG) initiative at the start of the 2022–23 academic year: Chennai Chimney, Greek Bites, Junbi, Lan Ramen, and Thomas Sweet.
On Sunday, Nov. 13, Marie-Rose Sheinerman ’23 was awarded this year’s Rhodes Scholarship. Sheinerman, Princeton’s sole Rhodes-winner, who serves as the Editor-in-Chief of The Daily Princetonian’s 146th Board, will begin graduate studies next fall at the University of Oxford.
On Nov. 1, Princeton announced the first 10 research projects that will receive funding and support from the new Princeton Alliance for Collaborative Research and Innovation (PACRI).
After consecutive losses in the first three games of their season, the men’s hockey team (2–3–0 overall, 2–3–0 Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference) skated to two victories this weekend against rivals Yale (1–5–0, 1–5–0 ECAC) and Brown (1–4–1, 1–4–1 ECAC).
Nothing has disappointed me more than Princeton’s recent architectural failures. New College West and Yeh look terrible: They are dull, rectangular, and prison-like. And as columnist Julianna Lee recently argued, the yet-to-be-built Hobson College is poised to continue this mistaken trend. Princeton’s new architectural style — if one can even call it style — represents a cultural and architectural decline at Princeton.
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Eisgruber names expansion of Engineering School top priority for coming 5 years
On Saturday, Nov. 12, five guest speakers spoke on campus about game design and development at Games &&, a symposium organized by Tim Szetela, a lecturer in visual arts.
On Friday night, Princeton women’s basketball (1–1 overall, 0–0 Ivy League) dropped a 69–59 loss to Villanova (2–0, 0–0 Big East) in front of the home crowd at Jadwin Gymnasium. The Tigers had a narrow one-point lead by the end of the first quarter but were out-scored 21–9 in the second, making for quite the uphill battle.
Renowned Slovenian philosopher and public intellectual Slavoj Žižek visited campus early this month. His lecture attracted around 200 community members, as McCosh Hall 46 filled to capacity and attendees spilled out of the room.
For the first time since 2018, The Daily Princetonian sat down for an interview with University President Christopher L. Eisgruber ’83. The exclusive 45-minute interview with Eisgruber will be published in a two-part series this week. The following article expands on a portion of the interview.
In the Hawaiian language, there exists a fundamental proverb: i kaʻōlelo nō ke ola, i ka ʻōlelo nō ka make. “In the language there is life, in the language there is death.”
On Friday evening, the men’s basketball team (0–2 overall, 0–0 Ivy League) failed to pick up their first win of the season after a controversial no-call on the final shot of their Veterans Classic matchup with the Navy Midshipmen (2–0, 0–0 Patriot League).
On Saturday afternoon, Princeton football (8–1 overall, 5–1 Ivy League) fell to Yale (7–2, 5–1) in a 24–20 battle in New Haven. This was the Tigers’ first loss in their otherwise undefeated season and it cost Princeton their first-place ranking in the Ivy League. Yale and Princeton are now tied on top of the Ivy League standings with a 5–1 conference record each.
The women’s volleyball team (21–3 overall, 13–1 Ivy League) officially clinched the Ivy League regular-season title after wins against the Columbia Lions (6–17, 3–11) and the Cornell Big Red (6–17, 4–10). These final two regular season games were a clean sweep, with the Tigers winning all six sets of the weekend.
As Thanksgiving break approaches, it is an occasion to not only enjoy a traditional feast with family but also to try food from other cuisines. For me, Taïm — a self-described “Mediterranean kitchen” — is a wonderful step outside of the typical flavors in the Orange Bubble.
Princeton’s quintessential, student-run coffee shop has finally moved into the residential colleges.
This past Friday, No. 7 Princeton field hockey (13–5 overall, 7–0 Ivy League) fell 5–2 to the No. 9 Syracuse Orange (16–6, 3–3 Atlantic Coast Conference) in the hard fought battle of the first round of the National College Athletics Association (NCAA) tournament.
SPEAR 7x9 protest denounces solitary confinement
On Nov. 3, visual arts professor Joe Scanlan said the n-word while posing a question to students during his VIS321: Words as Objects seminar. He used the word during a discussion about a poem by Black poet Jonah Mixon-Webster’s poetic anthology “Stereo(TYPE).”