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During Move-In this past September, Frist South Lawn once again resembled a yard sale as part of our second annual Move-In Resale. Featured were rows of couches, futons...
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By Denise Valenti for the Office of Communications The original article can be found on the Princeton University Homepage Art — painting and photography, in particular...
Summer Hanson
Major: Public and International Affairs Professional Role and Organization: Chief Executive Officer, Emeraldology How do you...
Photos, videos and words by Zoe Zeitler '20 who studied at the University of Copenhagen this summer I stepped out of the coatless possibility of being drenched...
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The AMS Col(LAB) is a series of research affinity groups aimed to build bridges and create opportunities for research scholars and practitioners from across campus to...
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Major: Woodrow Wilson School  Professional Role and Organization: Masters Student, Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies...
by Jared Flesher and the Library Communications staff The once dimly lit, labyrinth-like corridors of Firestone Library—known for sending new visitors on Odyssean...
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by Jared Flesher The choices that people collectively make at dinner time—more burger, or more broccoli?—will impact the future of our warming planet. That’s because red...
Tour the Princeton Vertical Farming Project during Reunions! Tours last 25 minutes and start by the Dinosaur in Guyot Hall. Please try to arrive 5 min before the tour...
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by Ezra Austin '19 This semester, Princeton's EcoReps launched “Mend Monday,” a bi-weekly clothing repair initiative in Frist Campus Center. Cecilia Shang '18 and Nico...
Cecilia Shang
Major? Woodrow Wilson School, with certificates in Cognitive Science, Environmental Studies, and Dance How do you define sustainability?...
By Catherine Zandonella, Office of the Dean for Research. This article originally appeared on the Princeton University Homepage. Several new research projects...

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