Welcome, Class of 2015! As a senior, I can assure you that your experience at Princeton will be filled with incredible, life-changing moments. The opportunities available to you truly are unlimited.
Whenever a problem arises on campus, no matter how small or large, complicated or simple, direct or obtuse, a small assembly of sympathetic undergraduates is amassed, a triumvirate of renowned faculty is exalted to a set of chairmanships, and an adulatory email is quickly dispersed amongst the student body, assuring us that the committee will engage in tough deliberation to produce actionable solutions.
Yet after four classes have applied under the single-admission program since, Princeton announced this year that it would reinstate a modified early admission option.
The program was introduced largely with LGBT students in mind. Its supporters suggested that members of the LGBT community for one reason or another might often be more comfortable rooming with members of the opposite sex.
According to the ODUS website, RCAs work “to promote appreciation of the diverse Princeton residential community and to foster a welcoming, safe, and stimulating environment for all residents of the college.”
Is your hair red? If so, I bet you didn’t know Princeton has dedicated a special group to your specific needs, called Princeton Redheads; an organization devoted to the Ginger experience.
In this article we profile other conservative campus organizations — some of which are widely known, while others fly under the radar.
The Princeton University chapel is central to the two great ceremonies in a Princetonian’s life cycle: Pre-rade and commencement.