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BREAKING NEWS: Arts & Transit Update: University Place Reopens Today

University Place, which has been closed from College Road to Alexander Street, will reopen to vehicular traffic this morning, Thursday, August 28. The temporary traffic signal at the intersection of…

BREAKING NEWS: “Biking in Princeton” Map Needs Original Art

The Princeton Pedestrian and Bike Advisory Committee is looking for original art to be on the cover of a new “Biking in Princeton” map that is being developed. Artists or photographers…

Question of the Week: Why are you participating in this rally?

(Asked at Saturday’s “Justice for Michael Brown” rally)   Monifa: “I have two African American sons, and each time I see another black man shot down by police officers it…

Rebounding From Injury to Regain Spot on U.S. 8, Former PU Star Robbins Primed for Rowing Worlds

Starting rowing as a walk-on to the Princeton University women’s open crew program in 2009, Heidi Robbins has enjoyed an astonishing rise up the sport’s ladder. Robbins, a native of…

Going From Out of the Picture to Double Gold, Princeton’s Reelick Stars at U-23 Rowing Worlds

Erin Reelick was originally on the outside looking in this spring when it came to the U.S. U-23 rowing program despite emerging as a star for the Princeton University women’s…

Building on Strong Season With PU Heavyweights, Hamp Helps U.S. Men’s 8 to 3rd at U-23 Worlds

For Jamie Hamp, getting cut from the U.S. Under-23 team in 2012 after his freshman year with the Princeton University men’s heavyweight rowing program proved to be a blessing in…

After Finding a Home With F&M Women’s Soccer, PHS Alum Kerr Looking to Provide More Scoring

Kate Kerr can’t imagine life without soccer. Starring for the Princeton High girls’ team and the Match Fit Chelsea club program, Kerr had long range plans in the game. “I…

Growing Into Starting Receiver on Navy Football, Hun Grad Dudeck Fired Up for Final Campaign

Brendan Dudeck’s goal growing up was to be a big-time college athlete, not a soldier. “In middle school and high school, my dream was to someday play college sports at…

BREAKING NEWS: HiTOPS Seeks Volunteers

HiTops is looking for volunteer traffic cyclists as well as volunteers for other positions in anticipation of the Princeton Half Marathon that is scheduled to take place on November 2…

BREAKING NEWS: Arts Council of Princeton Launches New and Improved Website

The Arts Council of Princeton’s new website design is interactive, filled with colorful photographs, and reflects a commitment to the organization’s mission of “building community through the arts.” New features…

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