Borough Council to Address Concerns Over Two-Way Spring Street Traffic
Concerns over problems that may result if the Borough turns Spring Street into a two-way street after the garage opens will be addressed tonight at a Borough Council meeting.
University Receives $10 Million To Fund Construction of Dorm
Princeton University alumni Peter and Lynn Wendell, and their friends, Scott Cook and Signe Ostby, have donated $10 million to the school to fund construction on one of the new dormitories in Whitman College.
Task Force Public Meeting Eyes Hospital Location Issues
The possibility of a move by the University Medical Center at Princeton has prompted the formation of a joint-municipal task force that will look at the strategic planning and future of the hospital.
Mint Makers Breathe Life Into Industry In Need of a Refresher
One of the most difficult obstacles in marketing is how to add a fresh perspective to a product that is not necessarily exciting. Three local entrepreneurs, with their mint-making enterprise out of Hopewell, have done for the mint, what Motorola did for the once-clunky cell phone: made it hip.
Princeton Elementary Students Will Have Fresh Schools for Fall
Next September, students attending Princeton's elementary schools will enter newly renovated buildings, without dirt, trucks, or construction workers cluttering up their hallways and school yard. Construction and renovation on all four elementary schools should be complete by this summer, Michael Mostoller, facilities chairman, announced at the March 30 School Board meeting.
Water Quality Canvassing Project Addresses Environmental Concerns
Student volunteers from the Princeton University chapter of New Jersey Community Water Watch took part in a canvassing project that spread water quality information throughout Princeton Borough last Sunday.
Professor Offers Alternative In 'Pledge of Allegiance' Debate
Dissatisfied with the "all-or-nothing" terms of the current Pledge of Allegiance debate, Princeton University Prof. Christopher Eisgruber said he thinks a less controversial alternative is possible, and he has submitted his argument to the U.S. Supreme Court as it hears the case as to whether the words "under God" are constitutionality sound and should remain in the Pledge.