|Just a friendly reminder to please encourage your classmates to RSVP by November 8 for the Princeton Alumni Association’s Annual Tiger Tailgate on Saturday, November 11. The festivities on Fine Plaza start at 11 a.m. and the kickoff for the game against Yale is at 1:00 p.m.
Football Lecture – On the morning of the tailgate, alumni and guests are invited to hear from Sam Wang, Professor of Neuroscience, Founder of the Princeton Election Consortium and co-host of “Politics & Polls.” The lecture, entitled “Can Math Save Democracy? Election Reforms from Gerrymandering to the Electoral College,” will take place in McDonnell A01 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
Parking/Transportation – Attendees are encouraged to park in the West Garagelocated off Faculty Road. Tiger Transit shuttles are available from the West Garage to the Tailgate, and departing from Ivy Lane back to the West Garage following the game. Rovers (six-seater golf carts with lime green signs) are reserved for alumni and guests with mobility issues for transportation between Fine Plaza, Lot 21, and the Princeton Stadium. Click here for parking information.
Please note: Attendees staying at area hotels are encouraged to take advantage of the hotels’ shuttles as parking is limited.
We look forward to seeing you and your classmates at the Tiger Tailgate and the exciting game to follow.
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Go Tigers! Beat Yale!