As Program Coordinator, Deas helped support student organizations by advising events and running training on policies and procedures. He was also part of the ODUS student engagement team, which runs events like Lawnparties and Dean’s Date Celebration. A final part of his role involved working on ODUS communications.
This year featured a record number of 75 applicants, according to SINSI co-directors Rick Barton and Kit Lunney.
The University Art Museum permanently acquired five new works for their collection by artists including Ruth Cuthand and Mario Moore.
The Daily Princetonian spoke to members of Congress who are University alums, and asked them how they believe they work “in the Nation’s Service.”
The Daily Princetonian spoke with Fatima Goss Graves, the President and CEO of the National Women’s Law Center.
“We take those prices and reduce the price to anywhere between 20-50% depending on the quality of the item – how new it is, the condition of the item, the uniqueness of the item based on our inventory,” Lisa Nicolaison, who is the Engagement and Communication Coordinator at the Office of Sustainability, wrote in an email to The Daily Princetonian.
In the past, Tigerbook showed every student’s name, picture, email, residential college, dorm building, room number, hometown, state, country, roommates, and major.
Ellie Kemper ’02 gave the 2019 Class Day speech on Monday, June 3. At the University, Kemper majored in English. She wrote and acted for the Triangle Club, performed improv with Quipfire!, and acted with Theater Intime.
“I saw so many paths to success and so it was really comforting to know that whatever path I take, as long as I’m doing the things I’m interested in and working really hard, that I think I’ll be able to find success in the future,” a 2019 participant Nicole Meister ’22 said.
Jenny Cho and Yongmin Cho, along with University of Pennsylvania graduate Quan Nguyen, co-founded ‘SAY’, an online platform that pairs students interested in learning Korean with Korean senior citizens who teach them the language.