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The Hun School of Princeton reported a theft of approximately $95,000 to the Princeton Police Department last week, according to a police press release. Officials believe the theft took place over the last few years, but no additional information is currently available. The investigation has been assigned to a detective for follow-up, according to the crime log. The Hun School is an independent preparatory school founded in 1914.
University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 charged the executive committee of the Council of the Princeton University Committee with developing recommendations to improve the University’s policies and practices regarding diversity, inclusion and equity on campus during a meeting on Monday afternoon.
The student community at the University should stand in solidarity with the people of Ferguson, Mo., and not remain silent in complicit violence, six student leaders announced to a packed auditorium in Frist Campus Center on Monday night.The presentation's call to action challenged campus community members to stand in the nation's service and fight for justice, ending with the mantra "No justice, no peace."
Princeton’s new 1,265-square-foot Dinky train station located across from Forbes College and 460 feet south of its original location began operating on Monday, marking an important milestone in the University’s Arts and Transit Project.
James Lebenthal ’49, America’s beloved municipal bond salesman known for phrases such as “bonds are my babies,” died in New York last weekend. He was 86 years old.
John Doar ’44, a prominent civil rights lawyer who fought for the rights of African-Americans in the 1960s and who received the Presidential Medal of Freedom for his efforts in 2012, died in New York, N.Y., on Tuesday. He was 92.
A new University websiteoutlining the roles of strategic planning task forces and their preliminary reports will allow community members to stay informed about the planning process and provide input, University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 said during this month’s Council of the Princeton University Community meeting.
University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 discussed various issues, including plans to expand the undergraduate student body, the University’s recently modified sexual assault policy and the relocation of the University's Dinky station during his second annual meeting with town mayor Liz Lempert and other town council representatives on Monday night.
The newly constructed Dinky train station running between Princeton and Princeton Junction will begin operating 460 feet south of its original location on Nov. 17, according to a University press release.
The announcement that the University’s Office of Technology Licensingestablishedthe position of executive in residence to help commercialize its research comes in the midst of alawsuitagainst the University regarding its tax-exempt status.
The University’s Office of TechnologyLicensing hashired Bradford Middlekauff as its first executive in residence, a part-time consulting position to assist researchers and students in translating their technologies into the marketplace, Office of TechnologyLicensingDirector John Ritter said in a phone interview.
The University is scheduled to hire an external investigator to handle sexual misconduct disciplinary proceedings, according to a job posting on the University's website.
Ten years after the University first adopted a grade deflation policy, faculty members voted on Monday to reverse the policy and allow each department to determine its own grading standards. The repeal of the policy is effective immediately.
The Rockefeller Brothers Fund announced their decision to join the divestment movement last week, pledging to sell assets tied to fossil fuel companies from their portfolios and to continue investing in cleaner energy alternatives.
A case of bedbugs was reported in a room in Forbes College on September 26,marking the first bedbug case of the 2014-15 academic year, said University spokesperson Martin Mbugua.
The Council of the Princeton University Community voted in favor of adopting changes to the University’s sex and gender discrimination and sexualmisconduct policy two weeks after facultyapprovedchanges to the waydisciplinary procedures are adjudicated.
Princeton University Press will outsource its distribution and book fulfillment services from a local company in Ewing, N.J. to publishing giant Perseus in Jackson, Tenn, after more than 20 years of local operations.
Town residents discussed concerns over preserving the historic and cultural charm of Witherspoon Street while considering the implications of current zoning regulations during a public meeting on Monday night.
University faculty members unanimously voted to approve a set of recommendations on the handling of sexual misconduct by the Faculty Advisory Committee on Policy this afternoon.
The base compensations of the University’s two top chief investment executives, Andrew Golden and Jonathan Erickson, both went up by just over 5 percent last fiscal year, maintaining the executives' positions as the two highest-paid University employees.