Emily Spalding

Contributor

November 9, 2016

Dance: PUB 101

Whether you are a seasoned pro or simply a tutu aficionado, Princeton University Ballet invites you to participate in their PUB 101 beginner ballet class on Saturday, Nov. 12. The class, which will take place in New South Dance Studio from 5 to 7 p.m., is the first of … Read More

November 9, 2016

Unidad Latina en Acción NJ protests Trump victory outside Nassau Hall

Over 150 people gathered in front of Nassau Hall the night of Nov. 9 to support the Unidad Latina en Acción NJ protest against new President-elect Donald Trump. Featuring speeches, chants, and a campus-wide march, the event united a diverse range of students and residents of the area who … Read More

November 7, 2016

U. professor, PEC creator Sam Wang discusses Senate elections

Sam Wang, professor of molecular biology and creator of the Princeton Election Consortium, believes that the most interesting results to watch for on Election Day are not those of the presidential race, but rather those of the U.S. Senate. “I can’t emphasize enough … this is a really … Read More

October 10, 2016

296 U. students register to vote through voter registration initiative

With the 2016 Presidential Election less than a month away, University student groups are encouraging students to engage with the electoral process through various events. On Friday, Sept. 30, Undergraduate Student Government partnered with the American Whig-Cliosophic Society, Princeton Votes, and the Interclub Council to host a campus-wide … Read More

October 4, 2016

Q & A with F. Duncan Haldane, 2016 Nobel Laureate in Physics

The Daily Princetonian sat down with University professor F. Duncan Haldane. Haldane was awarded the 2016 Nobel Prize in Physics for “theoretical discoveries of topological phase transitions and topological phases of matter.” He joins the likes of Philip Anderson, Joseph Taylor, Daniel Tsui, and David Gross as University … Read More

October 4, 2016

Updated: U. Professor Haldane wins 2016 Nobel Prize in Physics

University professor Frederick Duncan Haldane was awarded the 2016 Nobel Prize in Physics on Oct. 4 for “theoretical discoveries of topological phase transitions and topological phases of matter.” Haldane, the Eugene Higgins Professor of Physics, will share half of the prize with John Michael Kosterlitz of Brown University. Read More