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    Ballard Spahr LLP, an outside counsel, found that the remains from the Africa family were housed at the University of Pennsylvania Museum and used by Professor Emeritus of Anthropology Alan Mann and former visiting professor Janet Monge in a 2015 graduate-level course and a 2019 undergraduate course through the platform Coursera.

    Ballard Spahr LLP, an outside counsel, found that the remains from the Africa family were housed at the University of Pennsylvania Museum and used by Professor Emeritus of Anthropology Alan Mann and former visiting professor Janet Monge in a 2015 graduate-level course and a 2019 undergraduate course through the platform Coursera.


    A number of dorm buildings flooded on Princeton’s campus on Wednesday night after Princeton, along with several other New Jersey counties, was placed under a tornado warning. Students were advised to take cover during the alert.

    A number of dorm buildings flooded on Princeton’s campus on Wednesday night after Princeton, along with several other New Jersey counties, was placed under a tornado warning. Students were advised to take cover during the alert.



    The flooded towpath on Thursday morning.&nbsp;
Justin Cai / The Daily Princetonian

    After Princeton experienced severe weather on the evening of Sept. 1, the first day of fall classes, widespread flooding and downed trees caused several classes to return to a virtual format on Thursday — after just one day of in-person classes.

    After Princeton experienced severe weather on the evening of Sept. 1, the first day of fall classes, widespread flooding and downed trees caused several classes to return to a virtual format on Thursday — after just one day of in-person classes.


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    Brad Snyder before the 2012 Paralympic Games in London.

Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

    Brad Snyder, a PhD in Public Affairs candidate at Princeton who was blinded in 2011 while serving as a Navy lieutenant, won gold last night in the triathlon at the Tokyo Paralympics.

    Brad Snyder, a PhD in Public Affairs candidate at Princeton who was blinded in 2011 while serving as a Navy lieutenant, won gold last night in the triathlon at the Tokyo Paralympics.


    &nbsp;The view as a spotlight operator for Triangle.
José Pablo Fernández García / The Daily Princetonian&nbsp;

    “In this instant, the most tangible change I feel is a resurging joy, almost childlike, after a somber year, all thanks to the promise of soon, finally, participating behind the scenes in the Triangle tradition that helped me fall in love with this school and this club when I was only an audience member.” 

    “In this instant, the most tangible change I feel is a resurging joy, almost childlike, after a somber year, all thanks to the promise of soon, finally, participating behind the scenes in the Triangle tradition that helped me fall in love with this school and this club when I was only an audience member.” ?


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