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In a packed town hall meeting for the municipality of Princeton, a resolution urging that the acting New Jersey Commissioner of Education deny Princeton Charter School’s application to expand passed with only one vote against.Princeton Charter School educates local children from kindergarten to 8th grade.
Princeton’s former Civil Rights Commission was active from 1968 to 1998, according to Town Topics. A subcommittee of the Human Services department introduced an ordinance last October after working for its re-establishment for two years.
Rider University’s decision to consolidate the Westminster Choir College’s Princeton campus with its main Lawrence campus has been met with significant backlash from Rider students and faculty.Last week, Rider University President Gregory Dell’Omo came out with a statement addressing the members of the Rider community on the need to sell the Princeton campus and consolidate all students, faculty, and staff onto the Lawrence campus.
Peter Radice Jr., a resident of Lawrence, N.J., challenged the Lawrenceville School's tax exemption status in a lawsuit last week similar to the recent suit between four residents of the town of Princeton and the University.Lawrenceville school is a private boarding school located in Lawrence, N.J.
22-year-old Benjamin Li of Stonewall Circle, Princeton, was arrested by local officials on Monday, Nov. 28 on charges of kidnapping, criminal restraint, and receiving stolen property, according to a ‘Princeton Patch’ report.
Between Nov. 9 and Nov. 19, 2016, the Department of Public Safety responded to two reports of assault as well as to two reports of harassment in the context of domestic violence on the University campus.
A fire fire on Witherspoon Street extensively damaged the building complex comprising the More Café, Sakura Express, and the Village Silver this afternoon.Princeton Director of Emergency Services Bob Gregory said on the scene that there were no injuries due to first responders' efforts evacuate civilians before the fire spread. Numerous first response vehicles and personnel are on the scene to survey and contain the damage including multiple fire trucks and ambulances. Gregory said that it appears that the fire had started in the café area on the first floor of the complex, and then spread to the adjacent businesses and into the basement, damaging the structure.
Governor Chris Christie has begun the appeals process regarding his involvement in the 2013 Bridgegate scandal.
University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83, Princeton Mayor Liz Lempert, and members of the Princeton Council met to discuss town-gown interests in the fourth annual public meeting between the town and the University. According to Eisgruber, the University and the town share several commitments including civil liberties, civil exchange, respect for all people, and the importance of education.The University and the town were recently involved in a lawsuit over properties the University owned that were tax-exempt under the University’s nonprofit status.
In a report issued Thursday morning, the Task Force on General Education made six recommendations pertaining to undergraduate teaching that span from mandating foreign language studies regardless of prior proficiency to changes in the academic calendar.According to the report, the task force is recommending that the fall term start earlier and conclude in December.
In response to a press release issued by the University in late May, professor and former dean of architecture Alejandro Zaera-Polo has filedan amended civil action complaint against University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83, Dean of Faculty Deborah Prentice, and twenty other anonymous individuals affiliated with the University.The amended complaint alleges that the May 26 press release was made in violation of the University’s internal confidentiality rules and included misleading disclosures.The amended complaint raised a number of allegations including the fact that the defendants chose to not disclose evidence favorable to Zaera-Polo to the investigation committee, that the defendants selectively interviewed witnesses adverse to Zaera-Polo, and that Eisgruber’s demand for Zaera-Polo’s resignation was unprecedented.“These facts, among others, directly contradict Defendant’s improper public assertion that Plaintiff had been found guilty of research misconduct by a ‘fair, unbiased, and rule-complaint procedure,’” the brief said with regards to the May 26th press release.In the copy of the amended brief obtained by the ‘Prince,’ Zaera-Polo also raised a number of new claims about the breach of conduct on the part of various University administrators.
Returning to Forbes after the third presidential debate, I overheard the comments of my fellow students.
Carmen LaBerge, a graduate of Princeton Theological Seminary, publicly opposed the Seminary's handling of gender identity and fluidity during a conferenceon gender and theology.In an interview with the The Christian Post, LaBerge said that the Seminary is “irresponsible” for advancing ideas that run contrary to Biblical beliefs.
Over 70 veterans, historians and preservationists gathered at The Nassau Inn Monday morning to announce the creation of Veterans for Princeton, an organization dedicated to opposing the construction proposed by the Institute for Advanced Study.
A University student was arrested on Tuesday after attempting to retrieve a package from the Frist Campus Center mailroom that allegedly contained seven grams of ecstasy, the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office announced Wednesday.
Julian Edgren ’16 was arrested shortly after 4 p.m.
Three incidents of sexual assault were reported to the Department of Public Safety over the weekend, according the University’s federally mandated crime logs.
Two of these cases were reported as having occurred at unidentified eating clubs, though one was listed as occurring on Prospect Avenue while the other in an “Off-Campus Location.” The third case occurred in an unknown dormitory.
University spokesperson Martin Mbugua said that the DPS reports about the incident did not identify a particular eating club.
The new 7,500-square foot Wawa is set to open its doors on Friday at 8 a.m.. Except for the class banners that used to line the store's walls, the new locale retains most of the features of the old one, along with 14 newly hired employees and added features like modern restrooms and new equipment.
The new Wawa, located near the new Princeton Station at 152 Alexander St.
A fire alarm went off in Forbes College on Wednesday morning at 1:50 a.m. triggered by marijuana smoke, according to University spokesperson Martin Mbugua.
A Princeton municipal court judge dismissed on Monday a charge of theft against operations research and financial engineering professor John Mulvey on the condition that Mulvey perform 120 hours of community service.
Mulvey was accused of removing lawn signs belonging to Princeton Computer Tutor and Repairsfrom private properties over the course of about a year.
The allegedly stolen signs were listed as valued at $470.82.
Ted Horodynsky, president of Princeton Computer Tutor and Repairs, set up several cameras and filmed Mulvey taking the signs twice in July.
Two pedestrians were struck by a car on Washington Road on Saturday, according to a press release from the Princeton Police Department.
At 3:03 p.m., Richard Regan, 54, and his 8-year-old son — both residents of West Windsor — were standing on the shoulder of the roadway south of Carnegie Lake Bridge and were attempting to cross the road.