If you are driving or riding home for Winter Break and want a fun activity to pass the time, but have outgrown the childish and non-elitist car-ride games of your youth, don’t fret!…
Dear Squirrel, you probably don’t remember me, considering that you were too busy being a dick. I tried to get by you on the street, but no. You were too busy turning an acorn around in your weird little skeletal paws. Not even eating it or intending to bury it. Just spinning it.
Political analyst Nate Silver, known for his highly accurate predictions in the recent presidential election, has weighed in on this week’s USG election, declaring that the candidate who wins Butler will win the presidency.
In a follow-up to their Thursday email regarding the upcoming fire drills, Housing Operations announced today that they were putting aside the traditional fire-drill procedure, where fire drill personnel direct students out of their dorms, in favor of another procedure that involves the use of actual drills of fire.
University maintenance, having missed the word “Green” in a university memo, accidentally built Saturday’s bonfire on Cannon Dial Elm Club instead of Cannon Green. The pile was built so quickly that the error was not realized until it had been built and set aflame. Cannon’s demise came roughly one year after its grand reopening following several decades of inactivity.
- SBW ’15. Artwork by AZ ’16.
Last Saturday night, Brandon Wilson ’16 took a giant leap into Princeton University lore as he walked east on Prospect Avenue and, rather than take the customary turn at an eating club, courageously continued into the unexplored wilderness beyond Fitzrandolph Road.
Not long after lowering sushi prices after student discontent, Princeton University was forced to raise sushi prices yet again.