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.
An article about Prof. Jeffrey Schwartz's freshman seminar is the feature article on the Princeton home page today. This is especially exciting because it highlights the work of a Forbes fellow as well as Forbes itself--Professor Schwartz teaches the seminar in our MPR, which is...
As we approach mid-December, it's important to remember your dining options on campus will be changing during winter recess.
Topics covered include academic guidance (major areas of study and study abroad opportunities); lifestyle guidance (upperclass dining options); and looking beyond the bubble (career and life vision workshop). These panels and discussions designed just for you, class of 2017.
On Friday, November 13, Professor Michael Hecht, Forbes' head of college, opened his home for a special gathering of the weekly Tea and Talk series. Usually hosted in the lounge right here in Forbes, Tea and Talk took a road trip to the college house to offer a change of scenery on a fall afternoon, bone china tea cups, and a special guest.
Last week, members of the Princeton Garden Project spent a Wednesday afternoon tending the patch, which lies a short grassy walk away at 79 Alexander Street. After a few short hours of work, students had transplanted blueberries, turned compost, planted a cover crop, and began preparations for wintering the garden.
Monday, October 12 saw President Eisgruber in the Forbes SDR for an engaging lunch and discussion with members of the Forbes class of 2019. Dining Services laid the tables with white linens and special desserts to create some mood and atmosphere.
Do you need some help with a computer, phone, tablet, or other device?
During the academic year, the Student Technology Consultants will be ready and available to assist you. The team comprises three sophomores living right here in...