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John Nash Awarded $800,000 Abel Award

John Nash, the Princeton University mathematician, has been awarded the 2015 Abel Prize by the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters. Mr. Nash, 86, was recognized on March 25 for…

Unmaking the Bomb Authors to Speak at Peace Coalition Event

Co-authors of the recently published book Unmaking the Bomb, Zia Mian and Frank von Hippel, will discuss and answer questions about their work at a Coalition for Peace Action (CFPA) gathering…

Parents and Members of Princeton Community Urge Board, PREA to End Contract Dispute 

To the Editor: We, the undersigned, are parents and members of the Princeton community. We are writing to urge members of the Board of Education and the teacher’s union (PREA)…

PPS Parent Faults Both Board and Teachers For Brinksmanship When Children Are Losing

To the Editor: As a parent with children in the Princeton Public Schools I have watched with deepening concern over the past several months as the contract dispute between the…

Historic Run Comes to End for PU Women’s Hoops, But 31-1 Team’s Legacy Unaffected by NCAA Loss

If there was any doubt that the Princeton University women’s basketball team had captured the imagination of those far and near with its 30-0 regular season, the scene at the…

Rebutting Former Planning Board Member’s Letter Espousing “Wishes of the Majority”

To the Editor: Peter Madison’s letter [“Former Member of Planning Board Faults Frequent Lawsuits Initiated by Self Interest,” Mailbox, March 18] displays the same contempt for contrary opinion that he…

Miller Shrugs Off Lingering Effects of Virus, Sparking PU Women’s Hoops to 1st NCAA Win

As the Princeton University women’s basketball team prepared for its NCAA first round contest against Wisconsin-Green Bay last Saturday, Michelle Miller wasn’t up to par. “I had a fever on…

Urging Members of Princeton Council To Pass Upcoming Plastic Bag Ordinance

To the Editor: It’s decision time for Princeton: Will we continue in the forefront of sustainability efforts throughout New Jersey, as we do now? A plastic bag ordinance will come…

Displaying Grit in Pulling Out Another 1-Goal Win, No. 10 PU Men’s Lacrosse Edges No. 11 Yale 11-10

When Princeton University men’s lacrosse head coach Chris Bates reviewed the tape of his team’s game against Yale last Saturday, he saw plenty of room for improvement. “When we looked…

Lytle Street Homeowner Offers Some Thoughts On Mary Moss Playground, Affordable Housing

To the Editor: I have been following the news regarding Lytle Street for a while [“Vote on Purchase of Lytle Street House Is Postponed by Council After Protests,” Town Topics,…

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