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Andlinger Center News

October 5, 2015

Arriving at Princeton last year, behavioral scientist Sander van der Linden was intrigued by bright posters that appeared in the spring, provocatively urging students to “Do It in the Dark.” The signs referred to a campuswide competition among the University’s residential colleges to see which could conserve the most heat and electricity. The campaign came to Princeton in 2009 and since has spread to colleges across the country