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Inclusive is the Key

At a legislative breakfast today at the Nassau Inn, the Princeton and Trenton YWCA, the organization Not in Our Town, the Princeton Merchants Association and guests including Mayor Liz Lempert,…

Edward Snowden in Live Conversation at University

A live conversation between Edward Snowden, the former National Security Agency (NSA) contractor who leaked classified NSA documents to the media, and Barton Gellman ’82, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, author and…

Communiversity Town-Gown Celebration Sunday

The Princeton University Marching Band and those madcap Stone Soup Circus people are set to entertain the 40,000 visitors expected to attend this year’s Communiversity on Sunday, April 26. Between…

In the Spring of A Young Writer’s Fancy

Writing of Nassau Hall, Scott Fitzgerald, Class of 1917, found it “not like a mother who has borne sons and wears the scars of her travail but like a patient…

New Courses at The Watershed Take a Grown-Up Look at Nature

Offering ecology-based experiences for adults is a regular part of the Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association’s mission. But a new series of courses and field trips geared to grown-ups is designed…

Cycling Reward Program Enters Its 10th Year

In celebration of National Bike Month, the Whole Earth Center will once again be committing Random Acts of Community throughout the month of May. This town-wide program was created to…

Steven Pinker on The Decline of Violence In Princeton’s Vanuxem Lecture Series

With rapid-fire delivery, cognitive scientist and linguist Steven Pinker gave an abbreviated version of the highly researched and heavily supported arguments in the 800 pages of his 2011 book, The…

Community Park School Garden Marks Earth Day Anniversary

Community Park School (CP) will celebrate 10 years of its school garden on Earth Day, Wednesday, April 22. Each student will make one “recycled” plastic flower from yogurt cups that…

Andreas Huyssen Reading At Labyrinth April 23

Andreas Huyssen will read  from his new book Miniature Metropolis: Literature in the Age of Photography and Film (Harvard Univ. Press $39.95) at Labyrinth Books on Thursday, April 23 at…

Princeton’s Ash Trees Are Among New Arborist’s Concerns

Since taking over from Greg O’Neil as Princeton’s arborist this past February, Lorraine Konopka has been bracing herself for the arrival of tiny visitors that could alter the town’s landscape.…

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