On Saturday, April 9, Dr. Renita Miller, Professor Sabine Kastner, and Chef Alex Trimble joined together with Forbes students to share in the preparation (and eating!) of a meal.
We're bringing thesis camp back to the dining hall!
If you will be on campus during spring break and are looking for somewhere to spread out and work on your thesis, your spring JP, or any other assignments, come by the dining hall. Let the sparkling moonlight on the lake soothe your mind and provide a tranquil backdrop for your...
Three Forbes fellows have made headlines at, and beyond!, the University this week. Jeremy Kasdin, David Spergel, and Alejandro Rodriguez are positioning themselves for some far-out discoveries....
Forbes offers several chances to interact with your professors, many of them right here in our own Inn! Below is a summary of events so far this year, as well as a few peeks at upcoming engagement opportunities for the spring. Some events occur on specific dates, others are on more a consistent and rotating schedule, like our language tables,...
Produce overflowing from baskets in a marketplace is not a common sight during Jersey winters. But on January 20, you may have done a double-take as you entered the lounge.
You can read the article published on the University's home page by clicking this link.
What's the Pyne Prize? The article provides a short history:
During the weeks leading up to January 31, students in the Forbes dining hall found boxes of crayons and brown paper bags. These supplies were set out by Dr. Renita Miller, your Director of Studies, to encourage our fine students to decorate the bags with cheerful images or messages.
You may be wondering what's up with the craft supplies in the dining hall. They are encouragement to make a lunch bag cheerful! These small bags have a big job: to hold lunches to feed families through the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen.
It may have looked like a time warp, but Forbes students shuffling into the dining hall on Thursday, January 14 to eat breakfast was not a trick of the imagination. Dining Services prepared late-night breakfast for students as a fun way to recharge and come up for air while studying for final exams.