Yet, the months-long traffic decrease precipitated by COVID-19 dampened the project’s immediate impact on commuters and local businesses.
“Jim Doig was far and away the best thing about my Princeton education and the same is true for many others,” Andrew D. Hurwitz ’68 wrote. “But Jim’s mentorship did not end when you graduated … he was always available to comment on your work and regularly asked [you] to comment on his.”
“We have been moving from plastic water bottles for two years now,” Chris Lentz, Campus Dining’s associate director of marketing and community engagement, explained. “We started with boxed water, and mostly based on feedback from staff, students, and faculty, ended up switching over to aluminum.”