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Princeton Education Foundation

Littlebrook teacher Martha Friend is all smiles as a recipient of a PEF Mini Grant for her “Where’s the Wind” project. Shown from left to right: Clara Burton, Josie Denny,…

Rush Holt Appointed Director’s Visitor at Institute for Advanced Study

U.S. Representative Rush Holt has been appointed a Director’s Visitor at the Institute for Advanced Study through March 1, 2015. Director’s Visitors are scholars from a variety of fields who…

Princeton Cafeteria Workers Go On Strike

A group of cafeteria workers from six of Princeton’s public schools braved the cold this morning to hold a rally protesting changing terms of employment by Nutri-Serve, the company hired…

Princeton Public Schools Installs High-Speed Fiber Internet from Sunesys

Princeton Public Schools has announced that it has obtained SunIP Internet connectivity and Transport Services from Sunesys, LLC, a subsidiary of Quanta Services, Inc. Established in early October, the diverse…

PHS Music Program to Benefit From Screening of Latest Feature Film by Alumnus Damien Chazelle

Whiplash, written and directed by the 2003 Princeton High School (PHS) graduate Damien Chazelle, playing at the Princeton Garden Theatre on Nassau Street through December 11, is also scheduled for…

HiTOPS Will No Longer Offer Clinical Services to Clients

HiTOPS, the Adolescent Health and Education Center on Wiggins Street, has announced that it will no longer provide clinical services for young people. After examining its resources, the center has…

Now Back on NBC, Nancy Snyderman Apologizes for “Scaring” Community

On last Wednesday’s Today Show, NBC’s chief medical editor and Princeton resident Dr. Nancy Snyderman apologized for “scaring my community” by violating a self-imposed quarantine after being exposed to the…

After Gastrointestinal Outbreak, Health Officer Urges Frequent Use of Hot Water and Soap

According to Princeton’s Health Officer, the Nassau Inn’s Yankee Doodle Tap room restaurant received a visit from health inspectors and the health nurse on Monday, December 1 after 30 individuals…

Bernstein Gallery to Feature Digital Collages by A.E. Johnson

“Call and Response,” an exhibition of digital collages by Andrew Ellis Johnson opens at the Bernstein Gallery on Saturday, December 13 and runs through January 29. There will be a…

Princeton Groups Protest Police Brutality

Recent events across the nation involving racial discrimination and police brutality, particularly a New York grand jury’s decision not to indict a police officer in the death of Eric Garner,…