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Two of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s former aides were found guilty of all charges related to the 2013 Bridgegate scandal in a federal court on Friday. Bill Baroni and Bridget Anne Kelly had been charged with seven counts of conspiracy and wire fraud. Their sentencing is set for Feb. 21. David Wildstein, a Port Authority of New York and New Jersey executive, pleaded guilty and served as the prosecution’s key witness in the proceedings.
Becoming ambassadors of higher education and searching for solutions to issues confronting academia today are important missions for University graduates, said legal scholar Randall Kennedy ’77 at the 269th Baccalaureate ceremony on Sunday.
Azza Cohen ’16 was elected Young Alumni Trustee, chosen out of three finalists vying for the position.
Approximately 5,000 students and community members flocked to Prospect Avenue this past Saturday to attend TruckFest, an annual event hosted by University eating clubs and organized by the Community Service Inter-Club Council in conjunction with the Pace Center for Civic Engagement.
The musical group CHVRCHES will be headlining the spring 2016 Lawnparties, Undergraduate Student Government President Aleksandra Czulak ’17 announced in the Lawnparties website Thursday.
23 residents in the Witherspoon-Jackson neighborhood of downtown Princeton have joined a lawsuit filed against the University’s tax-exempt status on April 1.
In a recent report published by the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, the University wasgiven a red light rating— the lowest in the evaluation scheme — for protecting free speech.
In the 2020 census, the US Census Bureau plans to use new technologies to tackle challenges such as a declining response rate and economic restraints, Lisa Blumerman, associate director of the Decennial Census Programs said at a lecture on Wednesday.
The Superior Court of New Jersey Appellate Division rejected anappealfiled by “Save the Dinky,” a local organization comprised of Princeton residents who oppose the University’s decision to relocate the Dinky train station, last Wednesday, according to official court records provided by Peter McAleer, communications manager for New Jersey Courts.
The University's Student Health Plan replaced provider from Catamaran/Express Scripts with OptumRx to reduce costs, according to Director of University Health Services Janet Finnie.
Terrace Club received the highest number of sign-ins for the fourth year in a row, while Quadrangle Club received an increase of nearly 342% in new members from last year.
The Princeton DREAM Team, a student organization focused on immigrant rights advocacy, partnered with the Princeton Committee on Palestine to create a two-sided Apartheid wall between McCosh Walk and Frist Campus Center on Monday.
Judy Jarvis, former director of Vassar College’s LGBTQ and Women’s Centers, began her work as the Director of the University's Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Center on Jan. 18.
The first round of sign-ins for Charter Club, Cloister Inn, Colonial Club, Terrace Club, and Quadrangle Club ended Saturday, Jan. 30 at noon, but the Interclub Council decided not to release the acceptance numbers until the second round, according to ICC president Jean-Carlos Arenas ’16.
The McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning will now offer Group Study Hall tutoring sessions during reading period and finals week, according to Geneva Stein GS ’14, assistant director of the McGraw Center.
Forty-three Princeton Theological Seminary students wrote and signed an open letter petition denouncing Liberty University President Jerry Falwell’s call to violent action against Muslims on Dec.8.
Princeton filed a plan this week for affordable housing, after a New Jersey State Supreme Court ruling in March dictated that municipalities provide housing opportunities for people earning moderate to low incomes, according to the New Jersey State League of Municipalities.
Firestone Library began the fourth of six renovation stages inNovember.
University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 said that he had no plans to sign the document outlining the demands of student protesters occupying his office in Nassau Hall on Wednesday.
Politics professor emeritusSheldon Wolin died on Oct. 21 in Salem, Ore. He was 93.