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Sustainability Projects Funded through High Meadows Gift

April 28, 2009 ・ Ruth Stevens

The second round of initiatives seeking to improve sustainability on Princeton’s campus have been funded under the auspices of the University’s Sustainability Plan. Supported by a gift from the High Meadows Foundation, the 16 projects range from a study of…

900 Fill Frist for Sustainability Open House

September 19, 2008 ・ Ruth Stevens

Senior Sean Gleason used pedal-power to light up a bulb in an effort to demonstrate sustainable transportation during the Sept. 17 sustainability open house in the Frist Campus Center. About 900 attended the event to learn about endeavors under way…

Princeton Students Explore Lake Carnegie for Nature’s Sake

July 1, 2008 ・ Kitta MacPherson

You have to love nature, rising junior Stephanie Hill said, when you grow up, as she did, in a remote, pristine village on the shores of a glacier-fed lake in British Columbia. Megan Prier, a rising sophomore who hails from…

Testing the Waters in Bermuda for Global Warming

December 6, 2007 ・ Karin Dienst

Eileen Zerba (left), the instructor of “Signals, Yardsticks and Tipping Points of Global Warming,” helped freshman Laura Fernandez identify and prepare algae samples. Students in the freshman seminar took a fall break trip to Bermuda, enabling them to get a…