Nominations for the nineteenth annual Spirit of Princeton Awards, which honor undergraduates for their positive contributions to campus life, are due by noon Monday, April 14, 2014.
Spirit of Princeton winners have demonstrated a strong commitment to enhancing the undergraduate experience through contributions to student organizations, athletics, community service, religious life, residential life and the arts. All undergraduates are eligible to be nominated, and any member of the Unive
In what is shaping up to be one of the Tiger’s greatest seasons in history, we are looking forward to our second straight bonfire, which will be held on Cannon Green this Sunday, November 24th! This year’s wins over Harvard (51-48 3OT) and Yale (59-23) mean that this one is extra sweet! The Office of the Dean of Undergraduate students will be hosting an online stream of the event again this year. For more information, please click HERE.
Three days and two nights for sophomores to reflect on where you’ve been…where you are…and where you are going. We encourage all members of the class of 2016 to apply for the Halftime Retreat during Intercession 2014!
This year will see two skate nights, one in each semester. The first will be Thursday, December 5th, in Baker Rink from 10pm-12:45am. Come enjoy refreshments, music and free skate rentals!
We are selling a limited edition 2013 Bonfire t-shirt in advance of the November 24th Bonfire. Proceeds of the shirt will benefit those affected by Typhoon Haiyan. The T-Shirt can be ordered by students HERE, or by cash on-site at Sunday’s bonfire
An ad-hoc committee of students have vetted and recommended the following organizations for donations:
Catholic Relief Services (http://crs.org/countries/philippines) has been in the Philippines since 1945. They have r
To greater showcase the talent and personality of professors and students, a group of writers, actors, and technical specialists created Princeton’s first, late-night talk show entitled All-Nighter with David Drew ’14. The show, inspired by hosts such as Jimmy Fallon and Conan O’Brien, consistently sold-out the Frist Campus Center, and was a fixture on the Friday evening social calendar throughout the year. A memorable highlight was the “pun-off” that to
Dear Princeton Students,
The Student Activities Funding Engine (better known as SAFE) is now accessible to undergraduates. SAFE (http://www.princeton.edu/studentfunding/) provides a better and more efficient way to seek and apply for Princeton funding to support a variety of student activities, including:
senior thesis research,
junior papers and independent work,
summer study abroad,