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Human Rights Activist-Scholar Tapped for Award

Each year, Womanspace honors a person of distinction who exemplifies the qualities of founder and former Mayor of Princeton Borough, Barbara Boggs Sigmund. This year, Womanspace will honor Human Rights…

Honoring Dr. King

Upper school students at Stuart Country Day School organized a Unity March to pay respects to Martin Luther King during their lunch time on January 9. Nearly 100 students took…

Morven’s Needlework Show

“Hail Specimen of Female Art! New Jersey Schoolgirl Needlework, 1726-1860,” continues at Morven Museum and Garden through March 29. Shown here is a silk thread on linen, sampler, dating to…

Six Degrees of Separation

Saturday the world of Hans Brinker came to Lake Carnegie, so maybe the little girl could be his sister Gretel, who is about to ask her parents if she can…

Councilwoman to Hear Concerns Tonight About Hospital Demolition

Princeton Councilwoman Jenny Crumiller will meet at 7 p.m. tonight with neighbors of the former Princeton Hospital site, currently under demolition, to hear their concerns about the rerouting of traffic…

Police Warn Residents Not to Leave Idling Cars

The Princeton Police Department is warning residents not to leave their cars running and unattended in their driveways. A series of thefts of idling cars in Hamilton Township, followed by…

Lake Carnegie Open for Skating

There is enough ice on Lake Carnegie to allow skating, according to information from the municipality of Princeton. As of Wednesday morning, skaters and walkers anxious to get out onto…

Princeton University Student Found Dead

Audrey Dantzlerward, 22, a junior at Princeton University, was found dead in her campus residence room at Edwards Hall on Monday, January 12. According to a statement posted on the…

Stanley Katz to Share His Thoughts (And Fears) On Mega Philanthropic Foundations at Library

Ever wondered about the apparent explosion of non-profit organizations in recent years, and pondered the effect on society of a growing independent sector? If so, Stanley N. Katz is the…

University Art Museum Plans Annual Gala Event

Drawing inspiration from the edgy sophistication and glamour of the American city during the 1960s and 70s and from the upcoming exhibition “The City Lost and Found: Capturing New York,…