Princeton Weekly Bulletin   June 5, 2006, Vol. 95, No. 28   search   prev   next

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2006 valedictorian composes impressive record of achievement
Study of past sets salutatorian on course for future
Commencement events scheduled

University steps up sustainability efforts
Tilghman names committee to guide health and well-being
University extends Humanitarian Relief Efforts Policy until June 2007
Rothman helps reveal intricacies of ancient math phenomenon
Program offers grad students a world of opportunities
Carter shapes future breakthroughs, one atom at a time, one student at a time


Nassau Notes
Calendar of events
By the numbers



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By the numbers

Tigers ranked number one

• Princeton ranked number one in 2005-06 in the Ivy League’s all-sports points championship, making this the 20th straight year that Princeton has finished first.

• The Tigers won 13 Ivy League championships in 2005-06.

• Princeton has won 135 Ivy League championships in the last 12 years, 47 more than the next-highest league school in the same time period.

• A total of 23 Princeton teams qualified for team or individual postseason competition during the 2005-06 academic year.

• Senior Yasser El Halaby (pictured) won his fourth national individual championship this year, becoming the first four-time men’s champion in intercollegiate squash history.

• For 20 consecutive years, Princeton has had at least one team or individual national champion.

(Beverly Schaefer)