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Breaking the Ice

Members of the Hun School boys’ hockey team celebrate last Thursday after defeating Morristown-Beard 5-3 in the state Prep title game at Twin Oaks Ice Rink. The triumph marked the…

Eagle Scout Project at Princeton Day School Garners Award From Sustainable Princeton

Princeton Day School (PDS) sophomore Tag Quijano was delighted to hear that he was going to receive a 2014 Sustainable Princeton Leadership Award but disappointed that he had to miss…

Body Found in Snow Identified as Sewell Man

The man found dead by workers clearing snow-covered walkways on the morning of Monday, January 26, has been identified as George Gagliardi, 49, of Sewell. According to West Windsor police,…

In ”Princeton Places” Lewis Center Students Offer Local Impressions Through Graphic Arts

Teaching at Wayne State University in Detroit, graphic artist Danielle Aubert often met fellow artists visiting the city to do projects about its abandoned buildings and urban blight. While she…

David Hill Joins Board Of Volunteer Connect

Princeton resident and corporate executive David Hill has joined the board of trustees of Volunteer Connect. Mr. Hill is the Executive Vice President and General Counsel of NRG Energy, Inc. He…

Historical Society Lecture at Nassau Club

The Historical Society of Princeton invites members and friends to the 2015 Annual Meeting and Lewis B. Cuyler Lecture, to be held at the Nassau Club, 6 Mercer Street, on…

Talk on Attosecond Pulses At Plasma Physics Laboratory

Dr. Paul Corkum, professor in the Department of Physics at the University of Ottawa, will deliver this year’s Plasma Science and Technology Distinguished Speaker Lecture entitled “Plasma Physics at the…

Snow Tiger

As Katy Perry sang “The Eye of the Tiger” at Sunday’s Superbowl half time show, one of Princeton’s own tigers was holding its own against the snow as shown here…

Maltz Released From Psychiatric Facility After Judge Reviews Case at Hearing

After reviewing the case of Eric Maltz, 22, the Princeton resident who was found not guilty by reason of insanity in the 2013 crash that killed a Princeton rabbi, Mercer…

Andrew Solomon to Deliver Lecture On “Far From The Tree” at McCosh

Writer, lecturer, and activist Andrew Solomon will discuss his award-winning book Far From The Tree (2012) on February 10 at 6 p.m. in McCosh Hall 50. The book is an…