Welcome to the website of the Princeton Cube Club

We are a student organization at Princeton. We are currently sponsored by Jane Street.

Photos of Princeton Fall 2010. credits: Kian Barry, David Hassine, Lars Jebe, Eva Alvarez, Jason Song (Actually, none of Jason's photos are on here yet. There's a lot but we haven't had time to download them!)

Check out photos from our other events!


Princeton Winter 2016
Posted on January 26, 2016 by Sam
After a year break, Princeton Winter 2016 will take place on Saturday February 6, 2016 in Frist MPR.
PUMac 2015 Cube Competition
Posted on November 21, 2015 by Sam
The PUMac 2015 cube competition (unofficial) took place during the Princeton University Math Competition. The top three fastest 3x3 solvers were given prizes.
No Princeton Fall 2013
posted on September 7, 2013 by Alan
There will not be a Princeton Fall 2013. We hope to have a competition in the winter.
PUMaC 2012 cube competition
posted on November 17, 2012 by Alan
The PUMaC 2012 cube competition (unofficial) took place during the Princeton University Math Competition.
Princeton Fall 2012
posted on July 24, 2012 by Alan
Princeton Fall 2012 will take place on Saturday, September 22 at the Richardson Auditorium. Yay!
Princeton Fall 2011
posted on 30/11/10 by macky
Princeton Fall 2011 will take place on Saturday, September 24 at the Richardson Auditorium. Speedsolving.com thread and Facebook event.
WCA Official
posted on 08/11/10 by macky
Princeton Fall 2010 has been recognized as an WCA official competition. More information is available on the competition website. Add it to your Facebook event!
Princeton Fall 2010
posted on 02/12/10 by macky
Princeton Fall 2010 will take place on Saturday, November 6 at the Richardson Auditorium. Details will follow in the competition page. Also check the Speedsolving.com thread.
A Website
posted on 02/10/10 by macky
We have one.
Official Princeton Cube Club
posted on 09/24/09 by macky
We are now an official Princeton student group recognized by the Undergraduate Student Government (USG). There will be information on an introductory meeting soon for assembling/lubricating cubes as well as a teaching meeting for anyone who wants to learn to solve a Rubik's Cube.