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Not In Our Town’s Post-Rally Discussion Promotes Dialogue on Racism in Princeton

People are talking in Ferguson. They are talking in Chicago. And they are talking in Princeton. After the August 24 rally protesting the fatal shooting by a white police officer…

New Faces

The Princeton University campus is bustling again this week as the Class of 2018 makes its presence felt. The four freshmen shown here are on their way up the steps…

BREAKING NEWS: Arts & Transit Update: University Place Reopens Today

University Place, which has been closed from College Road to Alexander Street, will reopen to vehicular traffic this morning, Thursday, August 28. The temporary traffic signal at the intersection of…

BREAKING NEWS: “Biking in Princeton” Map Needs Original Art

The Princeton Pedestrian and Bike Advisory Committee is looking for original art to be on the cover of a new “Biking in Princeton” map that is being developed. Artists or photographers…

Princeton Perspectives Series: The View From Mount Lucas Road

In recent weeks, Town Topics has focused on Princeton’s commitment to Affordable Housing, with a “Princeton Perspectives” series of articles focused on diverse socioeconomic lifestyles and living options in the…

Adventurous Princeton Resident Spends Semester in Patagonia

For the past four months, Lizzie Price, 22, who graduated Princeton High School in 2009, has been working on a research project focused on a population of Rhesus monkeys on…

“Boychoir” Film Debuts At Toronto Film Festival

The American Boychoir will see their visibility increased with the September 5 premier of director François Girard’s Boychoir, one of only 7 Gala presentations at the Toronto International Film Festival.…

“Species on the Edge” Artwork On Display at D&R Greenway

Each year, the D&R Greenway Land Trust and the Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey bring the “Species on the Edge,” with prize-winning art by fifth graders, to its Olivia…

“First Capital Princeton” Tour Explores Town’s Historic Role

Most Princetonians with only a passing knowledge of American history know about the importance of the Battle of Princeton in the Revolutionary War. But how many locals are aware that…

MCCC Showcases Photography Produced With Special Camera

Mercer County Community College (MCCC) will open with an exhibition of photographic works produced by 18 photographers from September 2 through September 25, who used a specially designed 1×3 panoramic…