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Princeton faculty and alumni shine at the Tony Awards

Director of Princeton’s Program in Theater & Music Theater Jane Cox and writer Branden Jacobs-Jenkins ’06 won Tonys at the ceremony on Sunday for their work on “Appropriate.”

Director of Princeton’s Program in Theater & Music Theater Jane Cox and writer Jacobs-Jenkins won Tonys at the ceremony on Sunday for their work on “Appropriate.”


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Graduate Hotel continues to delay opening

While its website lists the opening date as early June, Princeton Town Council member Eve Niedergang GS ’85 wrote in a statement to the Daily Princetonian that all she has heard about the opening is that it will occur “by the end of the month.” 

While its website lists the opening date as early June, Princeton Town Council member Eve Niedergang GS ’85 wrote in a statement to the Daily Princetonian that all she has heard about the opening is that it will occur “by the end of the month.” 


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Whig-Clio set to host first congressional primary candidate forum in its history

On Tuesday, April 16 at 7 p.m., Whig-Clio will host the first congressional primary candidate forum in its history, featuring four candidates running in the Democratic primary for the N.J.-03 Congressional District.

On Tuesday, April 16 at 7 p.m., Whig-Clio will host the first congressional primary candidate forum in its history, featuring four candidates running in the Democratic primary for the N.J.-03 Congressional District.


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Leaving the House: Four of seven Princeton alumni serving as Congressmen will not seek reelection

The Daily Princetonian interviewed the four U.S. Representatives — Reps. Ken Buck ’81 (R-CO), Mike Gallagher ’06 (R-WI), Derek Kilmer ’96 (D-WA), and John Sarbanes ’84 (D-MD) — to discuss their plans for the future and their time at Princeton.

The Daily Princetonian interviewed the four U.S. Representatives — Reps. Ken Buck ’81 (R-CO), Mike Gallagher ’06 (R-WI), Derek Kilmer ’96 (D-WA), and John Sarbanes ’84 (D-MD) — to discuss their plans for the future and their time at Princeton.


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Congressman Derek Kilmer ’96 talks impending retirement from politics, teaching at Princeton

In an interview with the 'Prince,' Congressman Derek Kilmer, who teaches a class in SPIA, discusses Congress, reform, his accomplishments, and his post-retirement future.

In an interview with the 'Prince,' Congressman Derek Kilmer, who teaches a class in SPIA, discusses Congress, reform, his accomplishments, and his post-retirement future.


Princeton Mayor Mark Freda sits smiling at his desk in his office.

Princeton Mayor seeks reelection, expresses worry over campus expansion

Princeton Mayor Mark Freda recently announced his intention to run for reelection during a virtual press conference on Jan. 19. In an interview with The Daily Princetonian, Freda talked about the strengthening relationship between the University and the town and his worries about campus expansion’s effects on student’s experience with the town. 

Princeton Mayor Mark Freda recently announced his intention to run for reelection during a virtual press conference on Jan. 19. In an interview with The Daily Princetonian, Freda talked about the strengthening relationship between the University and the town and his worries about campus expansion’s effects on student’s experience with the town.


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Princeton’s town council formalizes town ban on scooters amid safety concerns

During its meeting on Dec. 18, 2023, Princeton’s town council passed an ordinance formally prohibiting people from riding scooters on sidewalks in the “Central Business District.” This includes a stretch of Nassau Street from Bayard Lane to Maple Street, a stretch of Witherspoon Street from Nassau Street to Paul Robeson Place, and the Palmer Square area.

During its meeting on December 18, 2023 the Princeton town Council passed an ordinance formally prohibiting people from riding scooters on sidewalks in the “Central Business District.” This includes a stretch of Nassau Street from Bayard Lane to Maple Street, a stretch of Witherspoon Street from Nassau Street to Paul Robeson Place, and the Palmer Square area.


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Despite student complaints, campus water fountains are safe to drink from

On Oct. 28, the Daily Princetonian collected and tested water from 38 drinking fountains from around campus using a Walfront multifunction digital water tester.

On Oct. 28, the Daily Princetonian collected and tested water from 38 drinking fountains from around campus using a Walfront multifunction digital water tester.


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