In our first edition of Tiger Time-Out, running back Collin Eaddy '22 discusses his decision to take a leave of absence, his current job, his path to Princeton football, and his strong relationship with his coach.
Ever since Princeton’s temporary closure in March, each and every student has felt the gaping absence of their campus, but some of that still stands to be recovered. While remaining on campus was impossible, an alternative was unveiled on May 30 via the creation of a virtual campus on Roblox.
The Arts Fellows program at the University provides support for early-career artists who have demonstrated both extraordinary promise and a record of achievement in their fields with the opportunity to further their work while teaching within a liberal arts context.
The quarantine has taught us many, many things. Like working from home isn’t as cool as it seems. Or that Animal Crossing is apparently still a thing. It has also taught us that we are people that need each other. And that while this situation is far from ideal, the fact that we still have access to one another is something to be grateful for.
The opening day of the Houston tournament in Houston, Texas saw the softball team split a pair of games — winning against Syracuse 6–4 and losing to Houston 11–1. Louisiana Tech defeated the Tigers 6–3 on the second day of the tournament.
Women’s softball will make the long journey to the Lone Star State this weekend for the annual Houston Tournament. From Friday, Feb. 21, to Sunday, Feb. 23, the Tigers will take on Louisiana Tech, Texas Tech, Syracuse, and the University of Houston.