"Thank you to the University Staff who worked tirelessly during and after the storm"
"... thank you to the University staff who worked tirelessly during and after the storm to keep those of us on campus safe. Something as delicate as a bubble isn’t created spontaneously. During the storm, Princeton’s bubble was maintained partly due to the strength of its infrastructure, partly due to the benefit of having a cogeneration plant on campus but mostly due to the spirit of the people who work inside the bubble, keeping it afloat for those of us within. I’ve always been aware of the luxuries here on campus, but never more so than after Hurricane Sandy."
Read the entire November 5 Daily Prince opinion column, Sandy meets the Orange Bubble.
Also of interest on the Daily Prince Hurricane Sandy section, our own Ted Borer, Facilities Energy Plant Manager, is featured in the Princeton's Cogeneration Plant Provides Power video, explaining how the cogeneration plant provided critical power to campus in the aftermath of the storm.