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Apr. 6, 2011

Vol. 111, No. 10

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Launching the gap year; facing fears of swine flu

Launching the gap year; facing fears of swine flu

By Jessica Lander ’10

Elizabeth Martin ’14 (briefly ’13) is packing. Sheets and pillowcases will not fill her duffle; a sleeping bag and mat will. Her plane ticket does not list New Jersey — ­instead, it reads India.   Martin is one of 20 students selected...
‘Meet me at Campus Club ...’

‘Meet me at Campus Club ...’

By Angela Wu ’12

For many undergraduates, campus nightlife is centered on Prospect Avenue, where eating-club parties often run into the early hours of the morning. But with the long-awaited re-launch of Campus Club, which opened as a student center in...

Working to cut students' printing output

By Isia Jasiewicz ’10

In a single year, Princeton students use 10.6 million sheets of paper at University printers and copiers  — enough to cover nearly half of the 380-acre campus, and that’s not even counting the 42 million sheets used annually by the rest of...
Fresh look at the clubs; waxing philosophical

Fresh look at the clubs; waxing philosophical

By David Walter ’11

Lawnparties, Sept. 20: On Prospect Avenue, all was well. Clothes were pastel. The sun shone bright and warm.   But as dusk drew its curtain on the end-of-summer blowout, one could just make out, on the horizon, something hazy, new,...
In support of veterans; from garden to table

In support of veterans; from garden to table

By Ben Fong GS

Veterans Campaign, an organization formed by 20 graduate students, brought 75 military veterans from across the United States to a mid-September conference in Princeton to help prepare them to run for public office.   The idea came from...
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