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Archive – February 2013
Pace yourself! Midterms typically take place over a full week. Don’t stay up all night studying for an exam tomorrow since you’ll then be in recovery for the rest of the week. There’s no guarantee that cramming will deliver a better grade than adequate sleep, nourishment, and exercise; and don’t neglect après-exam relaxation. Remember that exam questions are different from other types of class assignments. Exam questions a
The spring recess meal plan is complimentary to students with unlimited plans provided they register online. The deadline for online registration is March 6 at 5 p.m. Your Princeton netID is required for registration. If you don't have an unlimited plan access to the online form will be denied. You may register now by completing this form.
WILSON/BUTLER SPRING BREAK WRITING STUDIO, OPEN TO JUNIORS AND SENIORS
Confused About Room Draw? Here's Help with Housing
OIT will be conducting interviews with students interested in becoming Residential Computing Consultants (RCC)
Intro to Ableton Live Audio Workshop
Want to get ready for your midterms?
Interested in skyscrapers – how they’re built, what makes each of them different, why they’re so cool? Join us for part II of our NYC walking lecture series this upcoming Saturday, February 23rd. Our trip will include a visit to the Skyscraper Museum in Battery Park and a walking tour of the Financial District, including a stop at the WTC and other significant skyscrapers. Your Wilson RGS tour guides will be Jon Glassman and David Selim Sayers. Roundtrip NJ Transit tickets, subway tickets
Friday 3/8 at 8pm in the BlackBox Theater. Use QR code to sign-up. Sign-up deadline 2/27 5pm. Prizes for all performers.
The Wilson Signature Series presents Music Without Borders: An Evening With Charles Lloyd and Maria Farantouri
No, it's not a X-Men character, or a Superman villain. It's the cloud-based storage now available for private individual and group accounts at the university.
Have you ever heard of the Higgs boson or the Large Hadron Collider? Do you want to learn more about our Universe? Curious about what string theory is? Come to hear more about these fascinating topics ...
Feeling a little stressed, stretched or challenged in some area of your life? Curious what resources are available on campus for support?
Drawn & Moving: Animated Films From Japan Wednesdays, 7 PM Black Box Theatre, Wilcox Hall, Wilson College Wed, 02/20/13 Thriller: Perfect Blue (Satoshi Kon, 1997) Wed, 03/20/13 Alt History: The Sky Crawlers (Mamoru Oshii, 2008) Wed, 03/27/13 &
In this workshop you will:
J Street Media Center Workshops in Statistical Computing, Data Mining, Text Analysis and Data Visualization
Interested in statistical computing, data mining, text analysis and/or data visualization? Join us for an upcoming workshop on statistical analysis and data expression in R and LaTeX...
Dear Wilson Classes of 2014 and 2015...
Wilson College is delighted to announce the opening of a new collaborative workstation in the seminar room adjacent to the student computing cluster in 1937 Hall. This 55” monitor with multiple VGA and HDMI connectors may be used for group work, presentations and streaming video. Connect laptops or DVD/BluRay Players for shared viewing.
Welcome back! We hope you've had a relaxing and restful reprieve from final exams and papers the past week. While fall term fades into the woodwork...
Curious about digital audio, but not ready for the investment required by programs like Pro Tools and Logic? J Street invites you to attend this upcoming introductory workshop exploring Reaper, one of the better kept secrets in audio software: