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13 Princeton Students Have Weird Infectious Disease

Princeton University made national headlines a while back for cases of bacterial meningitis on campus; one Drexel student, Stephanie Ross, died after attending a mixer […]

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Nobel Prize in Economics Goes to Princeton Professor

Rarely is a person’s life’s work rewarded on such a grand scale. But Angus Deaton isn’t just anyone. He’s a professor of economics at Princeton University […]

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Mason Darrow, Princeton University Football Player, Comes Out

There’s another gay football player to keep our eyes on: Princeton University’s junior offensive lineman Mason Darrow has publicly come out just days before the Tigers […]

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Huge International Piano Festival in Princeton Features 15-Year-Old Curtis Student

The Golandsky Institute’s International Piano Festival kicked off Sunday in Princeton, and several musicians who are taking part in the seven-day series of concerts have Philadelphia connections. 15 […]

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Nobel Laureate Toni Morrison’s Papers Find a Home at Princeton

During Princeton University‘s “Coming Back: Reconnecting Princeton’s Black Alumni” conference last week, President Christopher L. Eisgruber announced that the papers of Toni Morrison have found a […]

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PETA Freaking Out on Princeton Over Marmoset Monkey Business

Usually, when we hear PETA making noise about monkeys, it involves researchers shooting cute little monkeys full of horrible chemicals or killing them in the […]

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Princeton Professor Charged with Stealing 21 Lawn Signs

Princeton professor John Mulvey is facing theft charges for allegedly stealing 21 signs for a computer repair business from private lawns in the town. Ted […]