So many faceoffs occur in any given men's hockey game that only in rare late-game situations does a single one affect the outcome of the game.But any hockey coach will tell you that over the course of a game, the team that dominates the faceoff circle will usually dominate the game.
It was worth the long walk, but now you don't have to.Starting Monday, students will be able to order their favorite Hoagie Haven hoagies without leaving the comfort of their room.Josh Greenhill '00 and Tom Johnson '00 have organized delivery from the Haven to students both on and off campus.
The University will donate $100,000 to the Arts Council of Princeton to assist its $3.5 million capital campaign.The Arts Council sponsors classes, workshops, film series, puppet shows and storytelling.The Arts Council and the University team up each spring for the Communiversity fair and on New Year's Eve for a "Curtain Calls" party.
Found on the floor by an alert member of Congress:Mr. Speaker, Mr. Vice President, members of the 105th Congress, distinguished guests, my fellow Americans:I would like to start out by thanking America for showering me with a 60-plus percent approval rating, mostly because of an economic boom I had little to do with.
It was a tale of two cities and two Ivy League rivals. And two very different results.Saturday the women's swimming and diving team (8-2 overall, 6-1 Ivy League) exploded into the water to capture a thrilling 180-120 victory over Harvard in Cam-bridge, Mass.
Zagat's annual survey (www.zagat.com) of New Jersey restaurants recently named the best eateries in Princeton and ? surprise ? students probably will not be dining in any of the top three unless their parents come to town.Leading the pack of local restaurants are Lahiere's, Le Plumet Royal and Quilty's ? none of which offer meals within a price range that would be compatible with the average college student's limited budget.Charles Monaghan, a former food editor and restaurant reviewer at the Bergen County Record edited the New Jersey Zagat survey.Monaghan said he merely compiles the thousands of comments and ratings that pour in from amateur restaurant reviewers across the state, and added that he has dined in Princeton many times.He said he would advise students to head for Mexican Village, Theresa's Pizzetta Cafe and Triumph Brewing Co., restaurants that he said have a good "price to quality ratio."In contrast, an average dinner at Lahiere's, located on Witherspoon Street, runs between $40 and $50 per person, said David Wagner, the restaurant's general manager.
Committee defines roleThe Feb. 5 article entitled "Committee Supports Safe Bicker Amid Sexual Harassment Concerns" was misleading and represented a fundamental misunderstanding of the commitment that has been made by the eating clubs and the Standing Committee on the Status of Women.
While many students tend to raise an eyebrow after looking at their receipts from U-Store, Print-It and Pequod purchases, the total prices for a number of classes offered this semester could send students into shock.Students taking ENG 350: "Contemporary Poetry" may have had to use two shopping baskets to carry their required and optional books ? 19 in all ? from the shelves to the register.
Both men's and women's track have hit their stride going into the home stretch of the season, a stretch that sees them face traditional rivals in the Harvard-Yale-Princeton meet and also in the upcoming Heptagonal Championships.The weekend saw seven meet records broken, and although the men fell short of victory, the future appears bright for both squads.The women squared-off against Penn, eventually winning handily by 18 points, 68-50.
You win some, you lose some.This season the women's hockey team has certainly proven this adage to be true, and once again it split a pair of games this weekend.After falling 5-2 to Cornell (12-6-1 overall, 11-4-1 Eastern College Athletic Conference, 3-2-1 Ivy), the Tigers (10-11-1 overall, 7-9-0 ECAC, 3-4-0 Ivy) pulled themselves back together to deliver St.