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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…

Bernstein Show, Discussion to Examine Life in Chicago Today by Jon Lowenstein

“South Side,” the current exhibition in the Bernstein Gallery at the Woodrow Wilson School documents life in Chicago as it is revealed through the lens of documentary photographer Jon Lowenstein.…

New Dinky Station Operating Since Monday

In spite of having no heat in the waiting room, commuters were happy to be able to find shelter from Monday’s inclement weather and enjoy the free hot coffee that…

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.…

Civil Rights Activist Robert Moses Launches Freedom Summer Events

Parking around the John Witherspoon Middle School (JWMS) was hard to find Sunday afternoon and it wasn’t just because there was a swim meet and a football game in progress.…

Humanitarian, Scholar, and Philanthropist

The death of William H. Scheide, shown here with his wife Judy, is “a huge loss for Princeton and the town of Princeton,” according to University Librarian Karin Trainer, one…

Philanthropist William Scheide Dies

William Scheide, the Princeton philanthropist whose fields of expertise included music and rare books and manuscripts, died Friday morning. He was 100. Mr. Scheide’s generosity in recent years included the…

President Jimmy Carter to Discuss New Book at Princeton University

Former United States President Jimmy Carter will come to Princeton University’s Chapel on Tuesday, December 3 at 2 p.m. to discuss his new book, A Call to Action: Women, Religion,…

White House Decorator Visits Library Place Showhouse

White House holiday decorator Coleen Christian Burke will visit the Designer Showhouse & Gardens Holiday Edition, at 159 Library Place, on Saturday, November 15 at 1 p.m. Ms. Burke will…

John Witherspoon Middle School Students Take On “Change Hunger Challenge”

Students at John Witherspoon Middle School (JWMS) are reaching out to the community for help in their efforts to combat hunger. They have taken on the task in response to…