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- • Project aims to ‘kindle debate’ on U.S. national security
- • Princeton will compete to retain management of plasma physics lab
- • Nobel awarded to leaders of the COBE science team
- • Tangled fibers prove inspiring for Princeton chemists
- • Hit the classroom before the stadium
- • West to deliver inaugural Toni Morrison Lectures
- • Symposium explores intersection of neuroscience and religion
- • Festivities celebrate 250th anniversary of ‘Princeton in Princeton’
- • Black alumni come back to look forward
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Kittavee “Joy” Gomez
Name: Kittavee “Joy” Gomez.
Position: Janitor in Building Services. Arriving at work at 5 a.m. to clean labs, offices and bathrooms in the Engineering Quadrangle. Taking care of plants in the E-Quad and the Friend Center.
Quote: “Princeton University is a great place to work. I come from Thailand, where I worked on a family farm.”
Other interests: Cooking spicy Thai food. Studying English and learning about American culture. Watching TV comedies and mysteries with her husband, Edgar, who also works as a janitor at the University.