The New Jersey Superior Court ruled to overturn the ban on gay marriage late last month, arguing that the civil union system violates both the 14th Amendment and the New Jersey Constitution.
The American Atheists, a nonprofit atheist advocacy organization, has threatened to sue the town of Princeton if a proposal to erect a memorial featuring a steel beam with a carved cross salvaged from the World Trade Center comes to fruition. Princeton Fire Department Deputy Chief Roy James said he conceived the idea to construct a 9/11 monument in Princeton three years ago after acquiring a piece of wreckage from the attacks.
Members of the Class of 2016 had the chance to bond with the Class of 1966, their “grandparent class,” this weekend as part of a larger initiative undertaken by former classes to encourage intergenerational bonding.
The Princeton tiger has been granted literary life with a memoir published in early February by Blanche Kapustin ’95, titled Tigering: Memoir of an Ivy League Mascot.
The University is offering seven houses slated for demolition free of charge to anyone willing to move them to an alternate location by April 30.