They woke up as first-years and seniors, history majors and engineers, Oklahomans and Connecticut natives. They pulled on standard-issue shirts, shorts, socks, strapped on their running watches. Some of them double-checked to make sure their shaves were clean. And somewhere in the walk from each of their dorms to Jadwin Gym, that group of individual students became something else entirely: a platoon of Army cadets.
When he checks your prox at the front door of Ivy Club, Nick DeStefano may come off as intimidating. He’s a self-described “big guy,” with a muscular, sturdy build and a certain aura of confidence.
Features editor Samantha Shapiro explores the reliance on walk-on athletes for both the men’s and women’s rowing teams, how the process works, and what the walk-ons contribute to the crew program as a whole.
Princeton Men’s squash concluded its grueling, nearly four month long season with a solid result— an eigth place national finish in the College Squash Association.
23 percent of students investigated by Honor Committee in the past five years found guilty, report says
Over the last five years among these five categories, 99 violations were reported to the Honor Committee, 37 resulted in a hearing, and 23 students were found responsible of violating the Honor Code.
On Sunday, Feb. 10, Campus Recreation’s Fitness “Free Week” concluded with three Krav Maga workshops, featuring expert Gaby Gliksman. Krav Maga is a form of Israeli martial arts, developed as a self-defense system for the Israeli army.
In the midst of a successful indoor season, Princeton Women’s Track and Field is showing promise of capturing the 2019 Ivy League Indoor Track and Field title.
This past weekend, men’s hockey suffered two losses in a doubleheader against ECAC rival Quinnipiac.
This weekend, a few of the Tigers will contend at the Fasttrack Season Opener in Staten Island. The majority of the team will compete for the first time this season at home in Princeton’s New Year Invitational on the following Saturday, Dec. 8.
Contributing to a weekend full of Tiger athletics victories, cross country concluded its season at the NCAA championships in Madison, Wis. Women’s cross country finished 21st in the nation, and men’s finished 22nd.