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U.S. Senator Robert Menendez and Salomon Melgen, a Florida ophthalmologist, were indicted on Wednesday by the District of New Jersey for one count of conspiracy, one count of violating the travel act, eight counts of bribery and three counts of honest services fraud.
Environmentalists and other local community members have expressed concerns over the Williams Transcontinental pipeline that will run through parts of Princeton and Montgomery.
The University has been advertising heavily for students to take its survey about the climate for sexual misconduct on campus because it wants to conduct the survey in future years, Daniel Day, the University’s acting director of communications, said.
The student-run International Collegiate Science Journal launched on March 11 after publishing its first issue.
Multiple eyewitnesses reported seeing Malia Obama, daughter of President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama ’85, on campus on Monday.
A proposal for an ethnography certificate program has been submitted to the Office of the Dean of the College.
The Council of the Princeton University Community discussed graduate student career paths, the Princeton Perspective Project and the Special Task Force on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at its meetingon Monday.
Art museums across the country, including the University Art Museum, have intensified their efforts over the past decade and a half to determine the provenance, or origin, of art from the World War II era.
The Dear World photography project is designed to help people express their life stories, photographer Robert Fogarty said in a lecture on Monday.
The computer science department’s offering of both an A.B. degree and a B.S.E. degree is rooted in the engineering prerequisites being less applicable than they are to other engineering majors, according to department chair Andrew Appel ’81.
A donation fund launched by members of the Class of 1977 this Monday called“Not the Princeton Mom”on the crowdfunding website GoFundMe.com, has raised $5,444 as of Thursday night, exceeding the fund’s original $5,000 goal.
University Carillonneur Lisa Lonie believes there is room for modern experimentation in the art form of carillon playing, which originated in the late medieval period.
The University notified certain members of the faculty and staff on Thursdaythat they will be required to provide proof of protection against measles before they are allowed to return to work.
The Princeton Board of Health plans to introduce an ordinance that will prohibit stores from selling tobacco products and electronic smoking devices to anyone under 21 years old.
The Student Health Advisory Board last week launched Peer Connection, a one-on-one peer advising service for students who might be dealing with stress or who seek academic, life, relationship or other advice from peers.
Not many botanists can claim to have won two Emmy Awards, but GlennShepard’87 can.
Alexander “P.G.” Sittenfeld ’07, the youngest city council member in Cincinnati history, recently declared his candidacy for the position of U.S. Senator from Ohio in the 2016 race against incumbent Republican Rob Portman.
Forbes Magazine’s 2015 Venture Capital 30 under 30 list features two University alumni, Ryan Shea ’12 and Nikhil Basu Trivedi ’11, and former University student, Kevin Petrovic, who was a member of the class of 2016.
The gender disparity in visible leadership positions at the University, as well as the general challenges women face in pursuing leadership positions, were discussed at a Women’s Mentorship Program panel on Friday.
Queen Noor of Jordan — formerly Lisa Halaby ’73 — has been named the Woodrow Wilson Award winner, and Martin Eakes GS ’80, who earned a Masters in Public Affairs from the Wilson School, is the 2015 James Madison Medal winner. Queen Noor and Eakes will receive their awards and deliver addresses on campus on Feb. 21 during Alumni Day.