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Princeton Cinco de Mayo party sparks outrage after students wear sombreros and chant ‘piñata’

‘You are mocking a culture and stereotyping Mexican and Mexican-American individuals’

Princeton Police take middle schooler into custody for threatening to ‘shoot up the school’

He made a ‘terroristic threat’ against students at John Witherspoon school

Princeton offers admission to around 50 students on waiting list

Excitement and anxiety soar, yield rate not yet compiled

Four Indonesian Christians once protected by sanctuary church of Princeton Theological Seminary alumnus detained by ICE

They are tax-paying workers who fled religious persecution in their home country

The author of ‘An Open Letter to President Eisgruber’ explains why she wants to end ‘tedious’ Pre-Reads

‘The small-group discussions are often unstimulating’

Updated: student organization keeps ties with Center for Jewish Life

J Street U says CJL denied permission for room use and expressed disapproval for photo exhibit of ex-Israeli soldires

Updated: Anti-Semitic flyer taped on Princeton’s Center for Jewish Life

White Nationalist group named ‘Vanguard America’ tweets flyer targeting Princeton

Princeton’s West College to be renamed after Toni Morrison and Dodds Auditorium after Sir Arthur Lewis

Starting July 1

After prestigious award rescinded, church leader still lectured at Princeton Theological Seminary

Reverend of church that excludes women and LGBTQ persons from leadership drew ire from PTS community

Student sexual harassment adviser committed two sexual assaults, lawsuit against Princeton claims

University fiercely defends program after plaintiff alleged attacker is a current SHARE student member

The Princeton Club in NYC has changed the name of the Woodrow Wilson room

It’s now called Nassau 1756

Princeton President tells The Tab: ‘A leading university has become the target of a hostile government’

‘CEU has become the target of a hostile government, precisely because it is a leading university’

After PPPD stages walk-out, VP Durkee says Resources Committee never rejected divestment proposal

“The Resources Committee was presenting an update, not a decision. They will continue to consider this proposal for the months to come.”

Princeton has not invested in private prisons and has no intention to invest in them, says Vice President Bob Durkee

The statement came after a CPUC meeting where the Princeton Private Prison Divest Coalition staged a walkout and teach-in as the University rejected its divestment proposal

‘Princeton had a Chernobyl-type nervous breakdown,’ says head of anti-racial affirmative action group after U. sues DoE over record release

Students for Fair Admissions plan to litigate on behalf of Department of Education, considers challenging Princeton admission practices in court once 1,600-page document becomes public

Princeton facing Title IX sexual assault suit

The former graduate student also alleges Princeton expelled him after he attempted suicide

Princeton is one of the top universities on the planet, according to new rankings

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Judge hands Princeton major loss in defamation case: Former Architecture dean’s claims can go forward

Is the university’s aggressive approach to litigation turning up short?