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'The Science of Mythbusters': A freshman seminar

Professor Joshua Shaevitz's freshman seminar, "The Science of Mythbusters," focuses on the ways in which scientists approach real-world problems using the scientific method. Students learn about research funding and processes, along with how to evaluate information they encounter in their own lives.
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Community and staff share well wishes during exams

Familiar faces from everyday places around the community and campus share good luck messages and study tips for undergraduate students preparing for first-semester exams beginning Wednesday, Jan. 18. Read more.

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Princeton Campus Dining nourishes people and planet

Campus Dining highlights how they care for students through healthy "plant forward" menus that shift focus toward plants, legumes and grains. The student group Greening Dining partners with Campus Dining to foster a culture of health and sustainability throughout campus food programs. Learn more about campus sustainability.

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Wild Science: Photos from the Mpala Research Centre

For Princeton University faculty and students, the Mpala Research Centre, a multidisciplinary and multi-institutional field laboratory that sits on a 50,000-acre reserve and ranch in central Kenya, provides an expansive natural terrain ideal for large-scale field experiments in ecology, biology, geology and other fields. Students and other researchers at Mpala work in a setting where the human and natural worlds intersect, one of great natural beauty and diversity. A true international experience, Mpala embeds students in local schools and communities to learn about how people in pastoralist economies interact with and rely on the land and wildlife. Read more.

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