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‘The best kept secret on campus’: How Say Cheez Café creates nostalgia with their food

Founded in 2013 as a sandwich shop, Say Cheez has made various expansions to its menu, including the Empanada Station. The Daily Princetonian sat down with the founders to discuss good food, nostalgia, and the Princeton community.

Founded in 2013 as a sandwich shop, Say Cheez has made various expansions to its menu, including the Empanada Station. The Daily Princetonian sat down with the founders to discuss good food, nostalgia, and the Princeton community.

FEATURES | 12/13/2022

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Anne-Marie Slaughter ’80, Dean Dolan talk women and leadership

Former Dean of the School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) Anne-Marie Slaughter ’80 spoke on Monday, Nov. 28 about her latest book “Renewal: From Crisis to Transformation in Our Lives, Work, and Politics” at an event hosted by the Princeton Public Library.

Former Dean of the School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) Anne-Marie Slaughter ’80 spoke on Monday, Nov. 28 about her latest book “Renewal: From Crisis to Transformation in Our Lives, Work, and Politics” at an event hosted by the Princeton Public Library.

NEWS | 11/29/2022

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Incumbent Democratic Reps. Bonnie Watson Coleman, Andy Kim keep their seats

The AP has called wins for several Princeton alumni in the U.S. House of Representatives, including Rep. Terri Sewell ’86 (D-Ala.) and Rep. Ken Buck ’81 (R-Colo.). 

The AP has called wins for several Princeton alumni in the U.S. House of Representatives, including Rep. Terri Sewell ’86 (D-Ala.) and Rep. Ken Buck ’81 (R-Colo.).

NEWS | 11/09/2022

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Voting machines down on Election Day in Mercer County

Voting machines are down in Mercer County, “due to a printing and scanning issue with the ballots,” according to county officials. Mercer County residents can vote by completing their ballots and placing them at the top of the scanning machine in the slot where the emergency ballots are placed.

Voting machines are down in Mercer County, “due to a printing and scanning issue with the ballots,” according to county officials. Mercer County residents can vote by completing their ballots and placing them at the top of the scanning machine in the slot where the emergency ballots are placed.

NEWS | 11/08/2022

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CJL responds to FBI warning of ‘broad threat’ to NJ synagogues

University Spokesperson Michael Hotchkiss confirmed that the Department of Public Safety “is aware of the F.B.I alert” and “is working with state and local authorities.” 

University Spokesperson Michael Hotchkiss confirmed that the Department of Public Safety “is aware of the F.B.I alert” and “is working with state and local authorities.” 

NEWS | 11/03/2022

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Banner criticizing the appointment of Princeton School Board draws controversy

A banner targeting three members of the Princeton Board of Education was palced near the Princeton Shopping Centre early this month.  

A banner targeting three members of the Princeton Board of Education, and the election of the new superintendent of the school board, was put up at Princeton Shopping Centre early this month.  

NEWS | 11/03/2022

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Plans for gas line upgrades announced at Town Council meeting

Plans for upgrades to gas lines around town were announced at the Oct. 24 meeting of the Princeton Town Council. The construction will begin in January and is expected to last all year. 

Plans for upgrades to gas lines around town were announced at the Oct. 24 meeting of the Princeton Town Council. The construction will begin in January and is expected to last all year.

NEWS | 10/30/2022

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As Biden pardons cannabis offenses, Princeton town refuses to welcome dispensaries

“This was the opportunity for the town of Princeton to lead, to address the long history of racial inequities and cannabis prohibition,” Professor Udi Ofer told the ‘Prince.’ “And they just decided to do nothing, which is very disappointing.”

“This was the opportunity for the town of Princeton to lead, to address the long history of racial inequities and cannabis prohibition,” Professor Udi Ofer told the ‘Prince.’ “And they just decided to do nothing, which is very disappointing.”

NEWS | 10/06/2022

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As Nassau Starbucks faces staff shortages, unionization pressures mount

“With all the other baristas that I've talked to who work in New Jersey, not just at this location, this location has had the most difficult customers to deal with,” Nubia Morales ’25, an employee at the Nassau Street location, told the ‘Prince.’

“With all the other baristas that I've talked to who work in New Jersey, not just at this location, this location has had the most difficult customers to deal with,” Nubia Morales ’25, an employee at the Nassau Street location, told the ‘Prince.’

NEWS | 10/04/2022

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Witherspoon St. construction to finish by late fall, town council members say

Assistant Municipal Engineer Jim Purcell and several town councilmembers provided updates on the ongoing construction projects in Princeton, including work on Witherspoon Street and the Graduate Hotel.

Assistant Municipal Engineer Jim Purcell and several town councilmembers provided updates on the ongoing construction projects in Princeton, including work on Witherspoon Street and the Graduate Hotel.

NEWS | 09/14/2022

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Students, local vendors react to early weeks of Pay with Points dining program

“As a student on financial aid, I feel like [Pay with Points] was really helpful for me to go out on [Nassau Street] with my friends without worrying about spending too much money,” Monica Jun ’26 wrote in a message to The Daily Princetonian.

“As a student on financial aid, I feel like [Pay with Points] was really helpful for me to go out on [Nassau Street] with my friends without worrying about spending too much money,” Monica Jun ’26 wrote in a message to The Daily Princetonian.

NEWS | 09/14/2022

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USG initiative to provide students with dining points redeemable at Nassau Street restaurants

Students on the unlimited meal plan, which includes all first-years and sophomores, will have $150 on their TigerCards to spend at various restaurants in town beginning this fall.

Students on the unlimited meal plan, which includes all first-years and sophomores, will have $150 on their TigerCards to spend at various restaurants in town beginning this fall.

NEWS | 08/30/2022

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Congresswoman Watson Coleman among 17 members of Congress arrested at abortion rights rally

Rep. Watson Coleman, whose congressional district includes Princeton, was one of 17 members of Congress arrested in a reproductive rights protest outside the U.S. Supreme Court on July 19.

Rep. Watson Coleman, whose congressional district includes Princeton, was one of 17 members of Congress arrested in a reproductive rights protest outside the U.S. Supreme Court on July 19.

NEWS | 07/20/2022

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Plastic bag ban begins as second phase of NJ legislation takes effect

According to a bill passed by Gov. Phil Murphy and other lawmakers last year, NJ retailers and food service businesses will no longer be permitted to use or distribute single-use plastic bags. The bill goes into effect on May 4.

According to a bill passed by Gov. Phil Murphy and other lawmakers last year, NJ retailers and and food service businesses will no longer be permitted to use or distribute single-use plastic bags. The bill goes into effect on May 4.

NEWS | 05/01/2022

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Town Council discusses Prospect ‘historic district’ and ongoing Witherspoon renovation

The section of Prospect Avenue would be considered a ‘type two’ historic district which will only require HPC approval for modifications that “involve the facades visible from the right of way.” Eating clubs could continue to renovate the inside of their houses or the outside portions of the properties not visible to the street without requiring approval by the HPC.

The section of Prospect Avenue would be considered a ‘type two’ historic district which will only require HPC approval for modifications that “involve the facades visible from the right of way.” Eating clubs could continue to renovate the inside of their houses or the outside portions of the properties not visible to the street without requiring approval by the HPC.

NEWS | 04/13/2022

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Princeton Town Council approves Special Improvement District

After three hours of debate and public comments, the Council unanimously voted for the creation of a Special Improvement District (SID) in Princeton. A SID is a self-governed and managed nonprofit organization that is a coalition of businesses and property owners in town with the purpose of helping those businesses.  

After three hours of debate and public comments, the Council unanimously voted for the creation of a Special Improvement District (SID) in Princeton. A SID is a self-governed and managed nonprofit organization that is a coalition of businesses and property owners in town with the purpose of helping those businesses.   

NEWS | 03/02/2022

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