Battle for a Bonfire + Sandy Relief Efforts!

Hi Tigers,

1. Buses to Princeton v. Yale Football!    2. Hurricane Sandy Volunteer Efforts

1. Get Fired Up: Princeton v. YaleBattle for the Bonfire!

Your USG has been working hard in collaboration with ODUS to organize 10 buses to take ~550 students to watch our Princeton Tigers take on the Yale Bulldogs in New Haven. The chance for the first Bonfire since 2006 hangs in the balance, so don’t miss this chance to cheer on Princeton Football!
Why a Bonfire? Check out Bonfire History HereSpark Notes: If our football team beats Harvard and Yale in the same season, the whole university celebrates around a huge bonfire! Before 2006, the last bonfire was 12 years before, so let’s help our Tigers cut that time in half by cheering them on!
The Deal
What: One Bus Ticket, One Game Ticket, + One T-Shirt 
Cost: $10 (for a $35 value!)
Pickup: University Ticketing Office in Frist
   Monday-Wednesday Noon-6pmwhile supplies last!!
Rules: One Ticket per Prox, Two Proxes per Person may be presented

Trip Information
Date + Time: Saturday, Nov. 10th

Game Time: Noon

Departure + Return Time7am-7pm

Location: Bus Departs from and Returns to Baker Rink
What to Bring: Tiger Pride, Your Friends, All the ORANGE gear you can find!
SponsorsUSG, ODUS, Office of Campus Life, Athletics Dept., Class Government–’13, ’14, ’15, ’16
Special Thanks to Benny Wagstaff ’14, Adi Rajagopalan ’13, Deana Davoudiasl ’15, Lillie Cartwright ’14, and Stephen Stolzenberg ’13 for their work organizing this initiative throughout midterm week and Fall Break! And to all the ODUS staff for their logistical support!
2. Princeton University Hurricane Sandy Supplies Drive

A message from the Pace Center: Our campus was lucky to have gotten through the storm, but thousands of people in communities close to Princeton could really use some Tigers in the Nation’s Service.  Supplies will be delivered to the communities of Princeton, Trenton, Staten Island, and Keyport, NJ.

Please consider donating the following items:

  • Clothing, esp Warm Clothing (New or Gently Used)
  • Food (Nonperishable)
  • First Aid Supplies
  • Flashlights/Batteries
  • Blankets (New or Gently Used)
  • Towels
  • Water (Sealed, Bottled)
  • Hygiene Items (Unopened)
  • Toothpaste
  • Toothbrushes
  • Soap
  • Shampoo
  • Kids’ Toys

WhenNovember 5th- 16th

Where: All residential college dining halls, Frist 1st floor, Dillon Gym, and Spelman, Patton, and Dod laundry rooms.

We also need volunteers for the drive to canvas dorms, and collect and sort items. Sign up here.  Join our Facebook group “Sandy Relief- Princeton University” for more general information about the relief effort. 

GO Tigers,
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