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- • Annan: Wake up and take control of nuclear weapons situation
- • Princeton increases financial aid grants, helps students on aid afford eating clubs
- • Powers’ $10.5 million gift will be largest ever to Princeton athletics
- • Student sows seeds of community-helping technology in Africa
- • Sahner, scholar of ancient history, awarded Rhodes Scholarship
- • Princeton improves access to variety of social and meal options
- • University names first dean for research, restructures support for funding efforts
- • Spotlight
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Dwayne Rex (photo: Denise Applewhite)
Name: Dwayne Rex.
Position: Senior maintenance mechanic in special facilities in grounds and buildings maintenance. Maintaining building equipment in the Frist Campus Center and McCosh Health Center. Fixing air conditioning and heating systems. Doing carpentry and preventive maintenance on the electrical and plumbing systems.
Quote: “My father worked at Princeton University for more than 35 years, my sister works here as a communications officer in public safety and my uncle worked here as a carpenter until he retired. I grew up in Princeton, and as a kid this was the place to come to.”
Other interests: Collecting and playing handdrums. Serving on the Committee for a Healthier Princeton. Spending time with his wife, Pippa, and their sons, Chandler and Christopher.