In this video, Elizabeth Paluck, assistant professor of psychology and public affairs, discusses her research on the “climate of conflict” in schools. Read more about Paluck and her research in this feature article.
Manela is dead; long live Mandela!— Chika Okeke-Agulu (@Chikaokekeagulu) December 5, 2013
Nelson Mandela was a revolutionary. The distortions of popular media might have you think otherwise. Reject the simple sentimental story— Imani Perry (@imaniperry) December 6, 2013
Reflecting on the incredible impact #Mandela made on the world. And on my own life and world view. RIP.— Evan Lieberman (@evlieb) December 5, 2013
RIP Nelson Mandela. Truly an inspiration for everyone. A world-changer in the truest sense.— Lorenzo Quiogue (@frozenQUIOGurt) December 5, 2013
Rest in peace, Nelson Mandela.— Ryan Spaude (@RyanSpaude) December 6, 2013
Nelson Mandela was one of the perennial figures of the 20th century. His presence has left an indelible mark upon humanity— Khallid Love (@DrLove_94) December 5, 2013
Susan Fiske of Princeton University reveals what baseball rivalries can teach us about why we sometime take delight in the misfortune of others.
Peter Singer’s practical ethics course forces students to think carefully about donating to charity. (The Atlantic)
Eden Full ‘15 has been a “solar enthusiast” since the age of 10. Now she’s also the inventor of the SunSaluter, possibly the world’s simplest solar tracker. Running on nothing more than gravity and empty soda bottles, the SunSaluter can potentially boost the productivity of solar panels by 40% in communities around the world. Follow Eden, as she follows the sun.
While the students are away for Thanksgiving, Princeton’s squirrels are chowing down, too.
President Eisgruber yells to crowd, “Are you in the mood for a bonfire?” He’s saluting “a very special team.” #bonfire13— Princeton University (@Princeton) November 25, 2013
Eisgruber: “Thank you for beating Harvard. Thank you for beating Yale. Thank you for letting us light this bonfire tonight!” #bonfire13— Princeton University (@Princeton) November 25, 2013