The bulk of the snow from the Feb. 8-9 storm in the Northeast missed Princeton, but students were able to make the most of what did fall on campus (7 inches, according to the National Weather Service). Jackson Dobies ’14 captured these scenes for PAW.
Student demonstrators erected a narrow wall near the northern entrance of Frist Campus Center April 8 to protest the barriers and checkpoints that Israel has constructed in the West Bank. Protesters collected signatures on two petitions: one urging the Israeli government to release Palestinian prisoners, and another demanding that the U.S. government cut off military aid to Israel.
The demonstration was supported by two campus organizations, the Princeton chapter of Amnesty International and the Princeton Committee on Palestine, and one non-University group, the Princeton Middle East Society. By Giri Nathan ’13
(Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)
Seniors in the Woodrow Wilson School celebrated the completion of their theses April 7 by jumping into — and in some cases, paddling around — the Fountain of Freedom in front of Robertson Hall.
(Photo by Habin Chung ’12)
The blanket of snow that remains in Scudder Plaza complements the white facade of Robertson Hall in this photo, taken Feb. 17. (Photo by Marianne Nelson)
This week’s snowstorm gave Princeton students a rare day off from classes Feb. 10, and members of the Princeton Tower Club took advantage, turning the club’s front lawn into a snowball free-for-all. (Photo by Zachary Ruchman ’10)
Temperatures in Princeton dropped to the 70s last week, but the Woodrow Wilson School’s Fountain of Freedom remained a popular spot for young swimmers. (Photo by Marianne Nelson)