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Princeton Alumna Elena Kagan Details Life on the Supreme Court

With her thesis advisor, historian Sean Wilentz, seated only a few feet away from her spot on the Richardson Auditorium stage, Elena Kagan was nervous — or so she joked.…

Local Landmarks Serve as Backdrop For Film Being Shot by PHS Graduate

The circular driveway fronting 42 Cleveland Lane was clogged with vans on the unseasonably warm Monday of this week. Between the columns of the 194-year-old house’s graceful front porch, young…

Council to Continue Discussing the Future Of Witherspoon Corridor

More discussion is in order on the future of the Witherspoon Street corridor, the mile-long thoroughfare between Valley Road and Nassau Street. At a meeting Monday night, Princeton Council decided…

Protest of Ferguson Decision Planned for Tonight

A rally to protest Monday night’s decision not to indict the police officer who shot unarmed teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri will take place this evening, Tuesday, at 6…

Hoagie-Making Heroes

Members of Princeton’s fire and police departments faced off Friday morning in a fundraising contest to see which could turn out the most hoagies. The fire department just made it…

Rush Holt To Lead Scientific Organization

United States Congressman Rush Holt will take the helm of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the world’s largest general scientific organization, when he retires from the United…

Suppers Program Shares Healthy Recipes As the Holiday Eating Season Begins

Like most Thanksgiving feasts, this one included generous portions, multiple side dishes, and lots of discussion about food. But unlike those traditional holiday repasts, the meal left no one desperate…

No Information On Suspects In University Vandalism Incidents

Two incidents involving the defacing of property on the Princeton University campus last week are still under investigation. The first, graffiti of the words “Rape Haven” on the stone wall…

News Editor Turns Novelist With “The Kennedy Connection”

Having been a college student when John F. Kennedy was assassinated, R.G. Belsky knew most of the facts and theories surrounding the tragic events of November 22, 1963. When the…

William H. Scheide Dies at 100

The death of prominent philanthropist William H. Scheide last Friday morning, November 14, has inspired numerous tributes from members of the many organizations in Princeton with which he was associated.…

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