(Photo by Bill Allen/NJ SportAction)

FIRED UP: Princeton University football star Tim Strickland flies high as he celebrates with teammates and student supporters last Saturday after Princeton rallied to beat Yale 34-31 at the Yale Bowl. The victory lifted Princeton to 8-1 overall and 5-1 in Ivy play, leaving it tied with Yale (7-2, 5-1 Ivy) atop the league standings. If Princeton beats Dartmouth in its finale this Saturday, it will clinch at least a share of the Ivy title. Moreover, the win means that for the first time since 1994, Princeton will hold a bonfire, the school's traditional celebration of a single-season sweep of Harvard and Yale. The festivities are set for Thursday night at Cannon Green behind Nassau Hall. In the event of rain, the long-awaited celebration will be held Friday evening. For more on the game, see page 44.

206 Study Rouses Support and Concern

Matthew Hersh

While Princeton Township Committee Monday night passed a resolution supporting the concept of taming traffic and integrating road design with surrounding neighborhoods, a flurry of concerns continue to swirl around the Route 206 Joint Vision Plan and Traffic Calming Study.

Dinky's Future Under Discussion in Transit Study

Matthew Hersh

To non-rail commuters, the Dinky is that funny little train whose horn is audible throughout Princeton on quiet evenings, but for commuters, the Dinky represents one of the last no-traffic alternatives to effectively navigating the Northeast Corridor.

New Designs and Familiar Concepts Displayed as PU Looks to Grow Inward

Matthew Hersh

Two-and-a-half years ago, when Princeton University put the brakes on plans for a so-called mirror campus on University lands in West Windsor, Robert Durkee, the University's vice president and secretary, couldn't offer specifics, but indicated that instead of expanding, the goal would be a smarter use of current land.

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