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Construction of Arts & Transit Complex To Commence on Campus This Spring

After more than six years of planning, construction of Princeton University’s $300 million Arts & Transit project is on track to start with demolition this spring. According to a schedule…

Lambertville’s Rojo’s Coming To Palmer Square This Spring

Princeton will get a new coffee shop this spring when former country music guitarist David Waldman opens a companion to his Lambertville roastery Rojo’s on Palmer Square. Mr. Waldman, who…

Sisters

Zoe and Mia Al-Zubaidy share a moment at the Arts Council of Princeton’s president’s Day workshop Monday. That’s Zoe with Lincoln and Mia with Washington. (Photo by Emily Reeves)…

Small World Coffee Brightens February With Month-Long Celebration of Love

With unexpected snow storms and freezing downpours interspersed with teasing signs of spring, February can be one bleak month. For the past four years Small World Coffee on Witherspoon Street…

Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation Still Excites Controversy After 150 Years

One hundred and fifty years ago, during the Civil War, Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation on January 1. A series of events marking the 150th anniversary of this historic…

Now You See It, Now You Don’t

Or will we have another Currier and Ives image like this one before winter takes its last bow? The setting for this winter scene is the Springdale Golf Course. (Photo…

Program on Cunningham, Rauschenberg Brings Together Dance and Visual Art

The legendary collaboration between choreographer Merce Cunningham and visual artist Robert Rauschenberg is the subject of “Spheres of Influence,” a three-part presentation at Princeton University Art Museum from 6:30 to…

Holocaust Account by University Staffer Brings World War II Atrocities to Light

Anna Gerwel always knew that her family had suffered hardships during World War II. As the daughter of political refugees from Poland who lived in Libya, Tunisia, and Italy before…

Michael Graves Among Appointees To Obama Administration Posts

Princeton architect Michael Graves is among five people who will be appointed to posts in the Obama administration, it was announced by the White House this week. Mr. Graves, whose…

All In A Day’s Work: Shirah Metzigian

Shirah Metzigian is a dynamo. At just 26, she’s in charge of all aspects of the day to day running of the Center of Theological Inquiry (CTI), the independent research…