Intro 6 - the Battle of Princeton in 1777 the cannon remained near the College until 1812 when it was taken to New Brunswick N.J to aid in the

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Rutgers-Princeton Cannon War In the dark of night on 25 April 1875, a group of ten sophomores from Rutgers College (now Rutgers University) in New Brunswick, New Jersey travelled sixteen miles south to the campus of the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University) in Princeton, New Jersey and stole a cannon in what became known as the Rutgers–Princeton Cannon War (or Princeton- Rutgers Cannon War ). For the months following the theft of the cannon, until its return, the story and ensuing debate of the two college presidents to attempt to quell the rivalry and secure the return of stolen items was reported in newspapers across the United States.
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The Big Cannon The "Big Cannon" in the center of Cannon Green dates back to the Revolutionary War, and it was probably used by Hessian troops operating around Trenton, N.J. Abandoned after
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Unformatted text preview: the Battle of Princeton in 1777, the cannon remained near the College until 1812, when it was taken to New Brunswick, N.J., to aid in the city's defense. Rutgers Dance Team Mohammed Sanu Superstar University of Oregon The Mighty Ducks Douglass Yule Log Drinking Games • Drinking games are games which involve the consumption of alcoholic beverages. These games vary widely in scope and complexity, although the purpose of most is to become intoxicated as quickly as possible. Evidence of the existence of drinking games dates back to antiquity. • The rapid consumption of alcohol, key to many drinking games, worsens judgment and decreases inhibition, and may lead to alcohol poisoning. As a result, drinking games have been banned at some American universities. Beer Pong Beer Pong Kings, Played with Cards Strip Drinking Game...
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This note was uploaded on 02/29/2012 for the course 050 366 taught by Professor Angusgillespie during the Spring '12 term at Rutgers.

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Intro 6 - the Battle of Princeton in 1777 the cannon remained near the College until 1812 when it was taken to New Brunswick N.J to aid in the

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